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Uchu Sentai Kyuranger vs. Space Squad
A movie for Uchu Sentai Kyuranger and Uchuu Keiji Gavan
Kyuranger vs Gavan poster
Release date June 30, 2018
Written by Nobuhiro Mouri
Directed by Koichi Sakamoto
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Uchu Sentai Kyuranger vs. Space Squad (宇宙戦隊キュウレンジャー VS スペース・スクワッド Uchū Sentai Kyuurenjā bāsasu Supēsu Sukuwaddo) is an feature-length crossover of the V-CinemaIcon-crosswiki Space Squad franchise with Uchu Sentai KyurangerIcon-crosswiki, following the guest appearance of Space Squad characters in Space.18: Emergency Dispatch! Space Hero!Icon-crosswiki.

It was announced on February 4, 2018 at 10:00AM JST, immediately following the conclusion of Kyuranger in Space.Final: Echo in the Universe! Alright, LuckyIcon-crosswiki.

In an interview with Tom ConstantineIcon-crosswiki, director Koichi SakamotoIcon-crosswiki revealed that Kyuranger vs. Space Squad is regarded as "Episode 1.5" of Space Squad as opposed to Episode 2, which would come later.[1]

SynopsisEdit

Taking place 4 years after the events of the TV series, the universe is at peace. But that changed when Hammie/Chameleon Green attacked the Rebellion and stole the newly developed Neo Kyutama! Fearing its possible misuse once it falls into the wrong hands, Space Federation President Tsurugi Ohtori/Houou Soldier has declared Hammie wanted all across the universe. Lucky/Shishi Red and some of the Kyurangers that believe in Hammie fight against Tsurugi's decision, causing a rift amongst the Kyurangers.

PlotEdit

Set four years after Don Armage's defeat, the universe is now at peace, until Hammie from the Kyurangers suddenly steals the newly developed Neo Kyutama, and her fellow Kyuranger and Space Federation President Tsurugi Ōtori is forced to declare her a wanted criminal due the danger the Neo Kyutama poses should it fall into the wrong hands. Lucky and some of the Kyurangers refuse to believe Hammie became evil and contest Tsurugi's decision, causing a rift amidst the team that worsens when Space Sherrifs Geki Jumonji and Shu Karasuma intervene. Little they know that the events are masterminded by the Genmakuu organization, who has sent one of their top-member, Space Ninja Demost, who also revived Mele, Juzo Fuwa, Basco Ta Jolokia, and Escape to assist him in his plan.

Continuity and PlacementEdit

CharactersEdit

KyurangersIcon-crosswikiEdit

Evoking Captain America: Civil War, the Kyurangers are split into two teams of six in regards to Hammie's theft of the Neo Kyutama. One team, led by Lucky, defends Hammie, while the other, led by Tsurugi, seeks to capture Hammie.

"Team Lucky"Edit

Shishi Red LuckyIcon-crosswiki
Ookami Blue GaruIcon-crosswiki
Oushi Black ChampIcon-crosswiki
Chameleon Green HammieIcon-crosswiki
Kajiki Yellow SpadaIcon-crosswiki
Koguma Skyblue Kotaro SakumaIcon-crosswiki

"Team Tsurugi"Edit

Houou Soldier Tsurugi OhtoriIcon-crosswiki
Sasori Orange StingerIcon-crosswiki
Tenbin Gold BalanceIcon-crosswiki
Hebitsukai Metal Naga RayIcon-crosswiki
Washi Pink Raptor 283Icon-crosswiki

Space SquadEdit

Space Sheriff Gavan Type-G Geki JumonjiIcon-crosswiki
Jiraiya Touma AmagiIcon-crosswiki
Space Sheriff Shaider Shu KarasumaIcon-crosswiki

AlliesEdit

Confrontation Beast Chameleon-Fist Mele MeleIcon-crosswiki

CameosEdit

DekarangersEdit

DekaRed Banban "Ban" AkazaIcon-crosswiki
DekaBlue Houji "Hoji" TomasuIcon-crosswiki
DekaGreen Senichi "Sen-chan" EnariIcon-crosswiki
DekaYellow Marika "Jasmine" ReimonIcon-crosswiki
DekaPink Koume "Umeko" KodouIcon-crosswiki

GokaigersEdit

Metal HeroesEdit

Space Wolf Juspion JuspionIcon-crosswiki
Fire Ryouma KagawaIcon-crosswiki
Draft Redder Hayato KanoIcon-crosswiki
Janperson JanpersonIcon-crosswiki
Blue Beet Takuya KaiIcon-crosswiki
B-Fighter Kabuto Kouhei TobaIcon-crosswiki
Show Show NarumiIcon-crosswiki
Jiban Naoto TamuraIcon-crosswiki

VillainsEdit

CastEdit

Suit ActorsEdit

KyutamaIcon-crosswikiEdit

Theme songsEdit

ErrorsEdit

  • to be added

NotesEdit

  • According to Space Squad writer Naruhisa Arakawa, Machineman from Seiun Kamen Machineman was his most wanted Toei Hero that he planned to add in the sequel.[2] Unfortunately, it doesn't happen.
  • Of the three current Space Sheriffs, Kai HyugaIcon-crosswiki/Sharivan is the only one not to appear. This is due to the retirement of his actor, Riki MiuraIcon-crosswiki, from the entertainment industry.[3]
  • This movie sees HammieIcon-crosswiki/Chameleon Green of the Chameleon SystemIcon-crosswiki fighting alongside her fellow Chameleon warrior from GekirangerIcon-crosswiki, MeleIcon-crosswiki.
    • However, Mele's presence among the Super Sentai Villains is curious in that she was uniquely redeemed by the end of her series alongside her partner RioIcon-crosswiki and, despite condemning their souls to revive in Engine Sentai Go-Onger vs. GekirangerIcon-crosswiki, they would fight with the Super SentaiIcon-crosswiki in the Legend WarIcon-crosswiki.
      • She was revived with her original personality as she revealed to still be loyal to Rio and she refuses to obey Demost so he brainwashes her to serve him.
  • Basco has prior connections with two of his fellow Sentai Villains.
  • Basco is also connected to Metal Heroes through his appearance in the film Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Uchuu Keiji Gavan: The Movie, where he informed the Gokaigers that Retsu IchijoujiIcon-crosswiki had been imprisoned in Makuu SpaceIcon-crosswiki. He intended to take advantage of their absence as they set off to Makuu Space by seizing the Gokai GalleonIcon-crosswiki, only to be thwarted by the Go-Busters trioIcon-crosswiki.
  • Some Metal Heroes' English spelling was clearly typed in this film for the first time:
    • Space Wolf Juspion
    • Janperson Fight For Justice
    • Jiban The Mobile Cop
  • Beside M • A • OIcon-crosswiki (Raptor 283Icon-crosswiki) appearing as Luka MillfyIcon-crosswiki, other Kyuranger's voice actors also make cameos in this movie.
  • The cameo appearance of Ryouma Kagawa/FireIcon-crosswiki in this film marks the first return of this character over 26 years after the final episodeIcon-crosswiki of SolbrainIcon-crosswiki.
    • Notably, Ryouma appears in his Fire form, rather than his Knight Fire form he had in Solbrain.
  • Five of the six members of the Kyurangers that defend Hammie (Shishi Red, Ookami Blue, Oushi Black, Chameleon Green, and Kajiki Yellow) are the first five Kyurangers to appear transformed in the series. These are also the Kyurangers' whose Voyagers make up the main formation for Kyutama Gattai KyurenOhIcon-crosswiki.
    • Additionally, the Kyurangers are divided into odd number Rangers for those who are defending Hammie (1/Shishi Red, 3/Ookami Blue, 5/Oushi Black, 7/Chameleon Green, 9/Kajiki Yellow, & 11/Koguma Skyblue), and even number for those against Hammie (2/Sasori Orange, 4/Tenbin Gold, 6/Hebitsukai Silver, 8/Washi Pink, 12/Houou Soldier).
  • Shou doesn’t transform into Ryu Commander in this movie, and as such is the only Kyuranger not to be part of either side during the team's conflict.
    • However, Shou's ranger form only appears in the movie poster.
  • It's unknown how Luka Millfy managed to travel to the Kyuranger universe, although her appearance is most likely simply for fan service's sake.

ReferencesEdit