Toku Time: Chouriki Sentai Ohranger Review

An elite Earth military force versus an invasion from beyond the stars. But enough about Independence Day. EZ Rider looks at the 20th Anniversary Super Sentai Series.

(PART 1)

(PART 2)

(PART 3)

(PART 4)

21 thoughts on “Toku Time: Chouriki Sentai Ohranger Review

  1. Donovan Graf says:

    *dodges incoming fire from robotic soldiers* Time to really open a can of whoopass on these tin-cans *pulls out Drillsniper custom* Drillsniper Breaker! *shoots said tin-cans with one shot* Booya *looks at audience* What? I had to besides since EZ has to hide but I can kick some tail as he can.

  2. Cool, can’t wait for Part 2! No rush by the way.

  3. Fake says:

    Great review! Also when are you going to do your gokaiger review?

  4. Toku Nation says:

    Ohranger was good, but it’s not my cup of tea

  5. Eddy Madison says:

    Part 1 : Lt. Kirino actor also play as FiveBlue from Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman

    also when you’re gonna fill up the 2017 slot

  6. mattwo says:

    Now if only we could figure out why places like California (where most of the Power Rangers (the confirmed state for the Zordon era, Lightspeed Rescue, Dino Thunder and Ninja Steel and most likely Operation Overdrive when considering the name “San Angeles”) are apparently from as well as a hotspot for superpowered activity in both DC and Marvel, with DC having iconic locations such as the San Franisco Titans Tower, Star City and Coast City), New York(tons of iconic Marvel and DC stuff there (also judging by the unaltered intro of Power Rangers Time Force, I’m guessing that’s where Silver Hills is)), New Jersey (where Gotham City and Bludhaven are) and Delaware (where you can find Superman’s home of Metropolis, Halfway House Cafe and a HYDRA base), England and Wales seem to be huge hubs for villain activity in the west…

    Is it because they’re all on ocean coasts as well? Hell, most of the Pacific Rim and coastal Atlantic area in general seems to be bereft with monster and supervillian activity. Meanwhile inland places like just get evil giant robots (Detroit in Transformers Animated, though G1 took place in coastal parts of Oregon) and D-List superhero teams like Justice League Detroit and Great Lakes Avengers.

    I mean metafictionally speaking I know this is because these places are where all the biggest cities of the world are but come on, freaking DELAWARE, DETROIT and WISCONSIN get treated better than Utah, home of one of the most prestigious universities in USA! (not even the Great Lakes Avengers had a base in Utah too, they had one in Detroit and later Milwaukee)

    Also in Heavyarm’s defense, most of the canon fodder mobile suits it fought were figuratively made of paper anyway…

  7. Mike Maverick says:

    OHRANGER! YEAH!!! Juri (Oh Yellow) is my waifu! <3

  8. Conrado Manuel Tantengco Javier says:

    so Ohranger is like a Micheal Bay Movie, Screw Ratings, when you got Toy Sales.

  9. Jim says:

    So… is Chouriki the Force?

  10. can you please review ninnger

  11. David says:

    Where is part two

  12. adrian krueger says:

    where can i find the rest of the review

  13. kamenatlanta56 says:

    Where is part 3?

  14. kamen atlanta says:

    Where’s part 3?

  15. 07:23 I practically agree.

  16. JP says:

    I Tell You I Won’t Live in a Land, That Robs Men the Right to Marry Their Cousins!

  17. The Network says:

    EAT THAT YOU D-WEEB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Also, WHERE IS THE ALMIGHTY DECADE? We at “The Network” HQ are getting ANTSY AF!

  18. Now that all 4 parts are out, great episode. Kind of interesting with that post-credits scene at the end of Part 4.

  19. Courtney McDade says:

    Eight minutes into part four and the video freezes.

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