In-Show Names From Previous Sentai Seasons That Were Later Used As Names For Later Super Sentai Seasons!

Here's quite something funny or weird with how some in-show names in Super Sentai seasons were used to name later Super Sentai seasons...

The name of the flying fortress in Maskman was called Turboranger.  It does look like a car if you ask me.

In 1989, a Super Sentai series called Turboranger was born and it was the first Super Sentai series that DID NOT have a transport mecha.  Ironically, Carranger which is somewhat based on Turboranger (and the first true shift into Turbo series) created another mecha transport called Victory Trailer.

In Fiveman, an evil Sentai team called Ginga Sentai Gingaman existed.  They were first used by Dordora in a quest to hypnotize the media.  Later on, Chevalier took control of these clowns who had a habit of being his background characters.  They were easily dispatched during the final battle against Zone.

In 1998, we have the team called Seijuu Sentai Gingaman!

Weird huh?


  1. One thing to note is that the Maskman's Turboranger is "spelled" differently than the Kosoku Sentai Turboranger.

  2. Though it wasn't on screen, Maskman was to be called " Fiveman" and well what is the emblem representing Maskman?


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