Kousoku Sentai Turboranger Is Now Fully Subbed

Kousoku Sentai Turboranger has recently been fully subbed by Wandering Moonbeams. The 13th season of Super Sentai never received a Power Rangers ounterpart but many fans still have a high interest in the seasons before Zyuranger became Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. This has led fans of the franchise to take it upon themselves to add English subtitles unofficially.

Turboranger is also a keystone season in Super Sentai as it served as the 10th Anniversary of the Super Sentai series. This is because Toei originally marked Battle Fever J as the start of Super Sentai until Ohranger, which is when they started to include the other shows officially. The show was also the first in the Heisei Period and included a total of 50 episodes, a TV special, and a movie. Due to this unofficial fan release, every season of Super Sentai can now be found fully subbed in English online.

It is clear that fans still want to own and see every piece of Super Sentai as they do Power Rangers, but until an official release for all other shows, this will have to suffice.

Kousoku Sentai Turboranger Synopsis

Kousoku Sentai Turboranger follows five teenagers that must now face the Bouma Tribe who was once sealed away by the Fairy race Twenty thousand years ago. Due to the pollution of the modern-day, and the destruction of nature caused by mankind, the power of fairy magic weakened allowing the Bouma Tribe to be released. With the help of Dr. Dazai and Seelon, the last of the fairies, the five teenagers can fight the Bouma Tribe when they transform into the Turborangers.


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Bryn Darby

Long time fan of Tokusatsu fan since Power Rangers was first released in the 90s. Whereas most Superhero fans grew up with DC Comics and Marvel, my childhood was surrounded by releases from Saban Entertainment such as Beetleborgs, along with anime, and other various fads of the generation. Anime is also a great passion with Digimon, That Time I Was Reincarnated As A Slime, and Demon Slayer being significant favorites. It was the love of both Power Rangers and Digimon that led to the path of becoming a Senior Writer for The Illuminerdi.