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Power Rangers Ninja Storm
PR Ninja Storm logo.png
Based on Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger
by Toei Company
Developed by The Walt Disney Company
Toei Company
Directed by Koichi Sakamoto
Charlie Haskell
Andrew Merrifield
Wayne Rose
Paul Grinder
Starring See below
Theme music composer Ian Christian Nickus
Jeremy Sweet
Composer(s) Steven Vincent
Bruce Lynch
Frank Strangio
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 38
Executive producer(s) Ann Austen
Douglas Sloan
Producer(s) Janine Dickins
Koichi Sakamoto
Production location(s) New Zealand (Wellington, Auckland)
Japan (Saitama, Kyoto, Yokohama and Tokyo)
Cinematography Simon Riera
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 20–21 minutes
Production company(s) BVS Entertainment
Renaissance Atlantic Entertainment
Toei Company, Ltd.
Village Roadshow KP Productions Limited
Original network ABC (ABC Kids)
Original release February 15 (2003-02-15) – November 15, 2003 (2003-11-15)
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Power Rangers Ninja Storm is a television series and the eleventh season of the Power Rangers franchise, based on the 26th Super Sentai series Ninpu Sentai Hurricaneger. The season marked a series of firsts in the franchise, being that it was the first to be filmed in New Zealand, the first to not be produced by MMPR Productions, and the first to air on ABC Kids in its entirety, debuting on February 15, 2003. It was the last season to have theme music done by Jeremy Sweet, who had been working on most of the show's themes since Power Rangers Zeo.


In the city of Blue Bay Harbor, Shane Clarke, Tori Hanson and Dustin Brooks are three students at the Wind Ninja Academy. Their less than stellar performance and tardiness gets them the occasional lecture from their Sensei, Kanoi Watanabe. One day, the academy is attacked by Lothor, a banished ninja master and Kanoi's identical twin brother, who has returned to capture all the ninja students. Shane, Tori and Dustin are the only three remaining students, and along with Sensei, who has been transformed into a guinea pig by Lothor, and his son Cam, retreat into the underground Ninja Ops. There, the three are given Wind Morphers, which allow them to transform into Power Rangers Ninja Storm and protect the city of Blue Bay Harbor from Lothor's forces.

When Lothor demonstrates his ability to make his monsters grow, the Rangers unleash the Ninja Zords, which could combine into the Storm Megazord and destroy monsters with its arsenal of Power Spheres, activated by special ninja power disks. Lothor again raises the stakes by sending his new allies to battle the Wind Rangers - the Thunder Rangers, Blake and Hunter Bradley, who have their own Thunder Zords. The Thunder Rangers are on a mission to destroy the Wind Rangers' Sensei, who they believed to be responsible for their parents' death, but a visit from the afterlife from Blake and Hunter's parents show them the truth - that it was Lothor who killed them. The Thunder Rangers see the error of their ways and join the Wind Rangers in the battle against Lothor, bringing the Thunder and Ninja Zords together to form the Thunderstorm Megazord.

When the Rangers lose their powers, Cam uses the Scroll of Time to travel into the past and retrieve the Samurai Amulet, a family heirloom in the possession of his late mother, where he discovers how Lothor rose to power. Cam returns to the present and uses the amulet to become the Green Samurai Ranger, armed with the Samurai Star Megazord, which later combines with the Rangers' zords to form the Hurricane Megazord. A lost scroll would later reveal to Cam the Lightning Riff Blaster, which could summon the Mighty Mammoth Zord, which combines with the Thunderstorm Megazord or the Hurricane Megazord to form the Thunderstorm Ultrazord or the Hurricane Ultrazord.

In a last-ditch effort to take over the world, Lothor attempts to open the Abyss of Evil and release its evil, causing all the monsters that were defeated over the season to be resurrected. In a final battle, the rangers, along with the rescued ninja students manage to defeats Lothor's revived army, but he steals the Samurai Amulet and uses it to take away all of the Rangers' powers. However the Wind Rangers combine their inner ninja powers to overpower Lothor and throw him into the abyss. After the battle, the powerless Rangers become ninja masters at the Wind Ninja Academy.

Cast and characters

Ninja Storm Rangers

  • Pua Magasiva as Shane Clarke, the Red Wind Ranger.
  • Sally Martin as Tori Hanson, the Blue Wind Ranger.
  • Glenn McMillan as Waldo "Dustin" Brooks, the Yellow Wind Ranger.
  • Adam Tuominen as Hunter Bradley, the Crimson Thunder Ranger.
  • Jorgito Vargas Jr. as Blake Bradley, the Navy Thunder Ranger.
  • Jason Chan as Cameron "Cam" Watanabe, the Green Samurai Ranger.

Supporting characters

  • Grant McFarland as Sensei Kanoi Watanabe (voice and human form)
  • Megan Nicol as Kelly


  • Grant McFarland as Lothor
  • Katrina Devine as Marah
  • Katrina Browne as Kapri
  • Peter Rowley as the voice of Zurgane
  • Bruce Hopkins as the voice of Choobo
  • Michael Hurst as the voice of Vexacus
  • Craig Parker as the voice of Motodrone
  • Jeremy Birchall as the voice of Shimazu

Guest stars

  • Daniel Sing as Young Sensei Kanoi Watanabe and Young Kiya Watanabe
  • Robbie Magasiva as Porter Clarke, Shane's brother
  • Roseanne Liang as Miko Watanabe


No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
459 1 "Prelude to a Storm" Koichi Sakamoto Douglas Sloan February 15, 2003 (2003-02-15)
Three young extreme sports lovers and friends, skateboarder Shane, surfer Tori, and motocrosser Dustin, spend their afternoons at the Wind Ninja Academy the protectors of the Earth are trained in secret. Though they're considered the three least dedicated students, their potential and good nature come to an advantage when they run late for class one afternoon. It just so happens that day when a banished evil ninja named Lothor comes back to the planet, and conquers every Ninja Academy with his hoard of Evil Alien Ninjas, and makes their Sensei trapped in the form of a guinea pig. His grumpy and embittered tech-wizard son Cam designs the weaponry to combat the villains. The three become the Wind Ninja Rangers and defeat the monster Blue Face.
460 2 "There's No "I" in Team" Koichi Sakamoto Ann Austen February 15, 2003 (2003-02-15)
Virtual training missions between the Rangers highlights a major fault in their teamwork, focused directly on leader Shane. Despite Sensei's reminding that he must learn to trust his teammates, the Red Ranger strikes out on his own against the Mad Magnet monster. Will he learn his lesson the hard way? Meanwhile, Lothor's evil nieces Kapri and Marah are also suffering from a lack of teamwork and are forced to work out their problems by being stuck together, literally, by the monster's magnetic ray!
461 3 "Beauty and the Beach" Koichi Sakamoto Mark Hoffmeier February 22, 2003 (2003-02-22)
Tori is upset at being considered one of the guys and wishes to appear more feminine. She turns to Sensei for advice but is disappointed. Lothor's nieces use this to trick her into going to a "fashion shoot." She is trapped while an impostor called Copybot goes to find Shane and Dustin, and the headquarters.
462 4 "Looming Thunder" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand March 1, 2003 (2003-03-01)
The Rangers encounter a new enemy named Terra Mole who causes seismic disturbances in the city as he burrows underground. Blake and Hunter, two warriors from the Thunder Ninja Academy, show up.
463 5 "Thunder Strangers" Charlie Haskell Ann Austen March 8, 2003 (2003-03-08)
464 6 Charlie Haskell Ann Austen March 15, 2003 (2003-03-15)
465 7 Andrew Merrifield Douglas Sloan March 22, 2003 (2003-03-22)
Cam needs the data disc for the Tsunami Cycles, which Dustin had last, all unaware that it's not only landed in the hands of the evil Thunder Rangers but has been used to give them their Cycles. This leads to the first confrontation between the Wind and Thunder Rangers, and as if the heroes didn't have it bad enough, they also face and defeat Zurgane. The Thunder Rangers then strike back, defeating the Wind Rangers with their Tsunami Cycles and Zords. When Blake is injured protecting Tori, she takes him to Ninja headquarters. With their location discovered, the Thunder Rangers infiltrate their base and kidnap Sensei, blaming him for their parents' death, not realizing just how wrong they are. After Sensei seals himself inside a protective sphere, the Thunder Rangers head for a cave that contains what they need to break it. Hot on their trail, the Wind Rangers catch up with and briefly aid them. When they finally reach the cave, all is revealed when the ghosts of Hunter and Blake's parents appear. Lothor was the one responsible for the deaths of Hunter and Blake's parents. The Thunder Rangers finally come to their senses, team up with the Wind Rangers, and battle Lothor.
466 8 "Nowhere To Grow" Andrew Merrifield Steve Slavkin March 29, 2003 (2003-03-29)
The Rangers have reason to believe that Lothor is up to something when they find weird, smelly seeds planted in the ground. Sensei sends them to Dr. Belrab, a botanist, to find out more information, much to Cam's chagrin. Frustrated with having to stay at Ninja Ops, he takes it upon himself to speak to Dr. Belrab, much to the Rangers' surprise. Shane decides to follow Cam to ensure that he doesn't get in trouble, while Tori and Dustin talk to the botanist. Shane is stunned to discover that Cam can defend himself very well. Sensei expresses his disapproval and explains his concern to his son, adding that he will never let Cam be a Ranger because of a promise he made to his Mother, Miko. As Tori and Dustin work to free themselves and Dr. Belrab, they discover a lot more than expected. Things take a turn for the worse when their Ninja powers are no match for the evil vines threatening to take over the city! It's up to Cam to save the day when all seems lost.
467 9 "Snip It, Snip It Good" Andrew Merrifield Mark Hoffmeier September 20, 2003 (2003-09-20)

Tori is sent on a ninja training mission to find a turtle that holds a scroll to unlock a power disk. While Tori gone, Dustin and Shane go to an environmental conference. A monster named Snipster shows up and cuts off Shane and Dustin's bonds while Tori encounters Marah and Kapri. After the fight, the big guns come out, and a new power disk is in action, the turtle mace.

Note: This episode aired in Canada on September 14, 2003 (2003-09-14), before the United States' broadcast.
468 10 "Return of Thunder" Wayne Rose Douglas Sloan April 12, 2003 (2003-04-12)
469 11 Wayne Rose Douglas Sloan April 19, 2003 (2003-04-19)
470 12 Wayne Rose Ann Austen April 26, 2003 (2003-04-26)
471 13 Charlie Haskell Ann Austen & Douglas Sloan May 3, 2003 (2003-05-03)

Tori misses Blake so much that she decides to go for a ride and ends up running into Blake, and he has something to tell her. Choobo has told the brothers that he wants to leave Lothor’s army. Tori talks to Shane and Dustin about what she's learned, but they are hesitant. Meanwhile, Hunter and Blake make their way to Lothor's ship, and things go awry. When the Rangers battle another of Lothor's creations, they are in for the surprise of their lives, and then they disappear without a trace. Temperatures across the globe start to drop at an alarming rate, while the confused Rangers find themselves on an island.

Lothor looks on gleefully as the Thunder Rangers battle the Wind Rangers until Blake and Hunter begin to come to their senses. A formidable creature and the Rangers find that they have to get off the island before it sinks. Things take a turn for the worse when Hunter falls under a powerful spell that sends him on a murderous rampage for Blake, who is barely saved in time by the Wind Rangers. Blake becomes more eager to save his brother than the Wind Rangers are, but they help anyway, especially when they realize that the island is sinking. They find Hunter, who struggles to find himself in his rage, forcing Blake to take matters into his own hands. Cam discovers where the Rangers are and contacts them; the Rangers find that there's only one way off the island, but it's hazardous. The Wind and Thunder Rangers have to work together, but they become on the verge of running out of time.

Choobo blames the Thunder Rangers for his punishment and will stop at nothing to seek revenge, capturing them when they go out for a ride to decide if they will accept Tori, Shane, and Dustin's offer. They are freed thanks to their friends, but things get worse when Choobo reveals just how powerful he is by casting a spell to control the Wind Rangers so that they will destroy the Thunder Rangers against their will.

Note: During the second part of the episode, Dustin tells Tori maybe the two of them could give up Shane for a Green Ranger; Cam receives said color and powers later on in the series.
472 14 "Boxing Bopp-A-Roo" Charlie Haskell Mark Hoffmeier May 10, 2003 (2003-05-10)
The Rangers have agreed to work together to defeat Lothor. But there are still some conflicts. Shane and Hunter are finding it hard to work with each other. And with competition coming up, they're both trying to outdo the other, so Sensei teaches them to work together.
473 15 "Pork Chopped" Charlie Haskell Steve Slavkin May 17, 2003 (2003-05-17)
Tori wants to hang out with Blake and Hunter but already has plans with Shane and Dustin. Rather than break plans with either, she decides to do both with no one being wiser. It gets more challenging than expected between rushing back and forth and trying to explain her sudden disappearances. It turns out to be a good thing, especially when a monster named General Trayf appears and traps Blake and Hunter.
474 16 "The Samurai's Journey" Paul Grinder Jackie Marchand May 24, 2003 (2003-05-24)
475 17 Mark Hoffmeier May 31, 2003 (2003-05-31)
476 18 Mark Hoffmeier June 7, 2003 (2003-06-07)

Cam resents not being a Ranger and wishes to prove himself, hating how his father is too overprotective. It's up to Cam to save the day, though, when the Rangers are stripped of their powers by Metropolis. This forces Cam to go on a dangerous quest to the past to find the only thing that can save the world, the Samurai Amulet.

In the beginning of the quest, Cam finds himself 30 years in the past. There are many more surprises in store for the young warrior when he meets his mom and dad as teenagers and discovers that his father has a brother known as Kiya, who is determined to take a mesmerizing amulet from Miko, Cam's mother. Cam interferes with his attempt and is later accused when it appears that Cam has stolen the amulet. His father, Kanoi, uncovers the truth, which leads to a face-off between Cam and Kiya. It is revealed that Kiya was the banished ninja who is now reborn as Lothor. Later, time runs out, and Cam reluctantly leaves to save the other Rangers, armed with a special gift from his mother, the Samurai Amulet. Meanwhile, the spell that froze time so that Cam could time travel to the past is wearing off, leaving the powerless Rangers to face a gigantic monster. Cam becomes the Green Ranger & help the other Rangers.

The Rangers are then ambushed by Lothor. They barely escape and retrieve their powers when each of them is forced to fight a monster alone. Cam is stung and almost turned into a bug. Sensei reveals to him how to undo the spell, which seems impossible. In the end, it takes all the Rangers, split into two groups, to save the city.

Note: Dustin mentioned the Green Ranger in the second part of "The Return of Thunder".
477 19 "Scent of a Ranger" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand June 14, 2003 (2003-06-14)
Cam's personality has turned around completely to the point that he's more like Dustin than, say, himself. He's better than all the other Rangers at everything. However, he doesn't seem remotely interested in being a Ranger anymore. Meanwhile, a new monster named Fragra is turning people into perfumes and trapping them in bottles. The Rangers get frustrated when Dustin and Tori are captured, and Cam does nothing to help. Imagine their surprise when another Cam shows up.
478 20 "I Love Lothor" Andrew Merrifield Steve Slavkin June 21, 2003 (2003-06-21)
Marah and Kapri convince Lothor to make a television show that will make him more likable. A new monster named Mr. Ratwell assures Lothor that he can create a show to make him well-liked and offers to use love potions as a backup plan. Lothor, disgusted with the idea of using love potions, refuses, and tosses them aside. Marah and Kapri decide to use them on the Rangers to prove their usefulness to their uncle as well as for fun. They accidentally make Blake and Cam fall in love with Tori, and they begin to fight over her for her affection. Even more, problems arise when Tori is captured and tied up on Lothor's TV set, and an intense love spell cast through the television puts all the viewers of Lothor's new show into a frenzy they go after Dustin, Shane, and Hunter. It's up to Tori to help Cam and Blake come to their senses.
479 21 "Good Will Hunter" Andrew Merrifield Steve Slavkin June 28, 2003 (2003-06-28)
Hunter is disappointed when he becomes a mentor to a boy, Charlie, who resents him after losing his dad. He feels a kinship with him when he discovers that they have something in common but is frustrated that he can't get through to him. Meanwhile, everyone's in trouble when Marah and Kapri lose Lothor's PAM. Confusion arises when strange things begin to happen during the Rangers' battles. Finally, Marah and Kapri find Lothor's PAM when it falls into Charlie's hands, who, naturally, doesn't recognize it for what it is. Fortunately, he's a lot smarter than the two of them.
480 22 "All About Beevil" Wayne Rose Jackie Marchand July 5, 2003 (2003-07-05)
Dustin feels like everyone thinks he's stupid when he loses his bike. Meanwhile, Marah feels left out when her new friend Beevil joins the crowd and leaves only to run into Dustin, who gives her a suggestion to make her consider her options. In return, she gives him something that is supposed to help the Rangers defeat her uncle. Can Dustin trust Marah, or is it all a trick?
481 23 "Sensei Switcheroo" Wayne Rose Mark Hoffmeier July 12, 2003 (2003-07-12)
Cam is overwhelmed by the desire to have a human father that he decides to try to bring his father back to his human self. After Shane and Sensei accidentally switch bodies, Sensei must battle as the Red Ranger while Shane must stay and watch. Cam attempts to fix it, but another setback makes Sensei and Dustin switch bodies. Meanwhile, Marah and Kapri try to destroy the Power Rangers independently and are completely confused by the Ranger's newfound skills.
482 24 "Tongue and Cheek" Wayne Rose Art Brown August 2, 2003 (2003-08-02)
Dustin uses his Ranger powers to protect Storm Chargers from a big sports company. Kelli tells a newspaper about it and Dustin becomes famous. Shane becomes jealous of Dustin's newfound fame and Dustin begins to grow a big head. When Hunter, Tori, and Blake get captured by a stamp monster named Slob Goblin Dustin and Shane are forced to work together to defeat Slob Goblin and save their friends.
483 25 "Brothers in Arms" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand August 9, 2003 (2003-08-09)
Motodrone is born via a real mechanical genius named Perry who comes into the scene when Hunter's bike gets trashed during a race. Motodrone takes Hunter. Cam matches the DNA of Motodrone and finds out that he's Perry. Blake and Cam save Hunter, who destroys Motodrone and saves Perry. Zurgane finds Motordrone's pieces and takes them to Lothor's ship where he is reassembled and brought back to life.
484 26 "Shane's Karma" Charlie Haskell Mark Hoffmeier & John Tellegen August 9, 2003 (2003-08-09)
485 27
It's Tori's birthday and the Rangers get a day off when Sensei decides to take a little trip. Shane, plagued by nightmares, comes to Tori for advice and heeds it to her chagrin. There's only one person who can help Shane, and that person is someone from the past named Skyla. Shane later becomes confused and overwhelmed when he learns the truth about his nightmares and their link to the past. Meanwhile, Lothor discovers an old acquaintance named Vexacus that may be trouble and is curious about why this person has shown up. Only when Skyla leaves, Shane understands everything that he's been shown and has to rely on her gift to defeat Vexacus. With the power from Skyla's soul, Shane gets his Battalizer power and manages to defeat Vexacus who reluctantly allies with Lothor.
486 28 "Shimazu Returns" Andrew Merrifield Douglas Sloan August 16, 2003 (2003-08-16)
487 29 August 23, 2003 (2003-08-23)
Motodrone accidentally brings to life a statue, releasing an ancient evil known as Shimazu. The Rangers are forced to contend with ferocious wolf-like monsters called Wolfblades unleashed by this new threat. Due to Shimazu not having a voice, Lothor casts a spell to give him a voice. Cam then uses the Rangers' power discs to enter a mysterious realm where he discovers a weapon that could turn the tide in the battle against the Wolfblades, the Lighting Riff Blaster. When the Wolfblades attack again, the Rangers are forced to contend with them in their Zords with no other discs.
488 30 "The Wild Wipeout" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand September 20, 2003 (2003-09-20)
During a wipeout while surfing, Tori is transported to another dimension where the Rangers are evil and Lothor is the Mayor of Blue Bay Harbor where the Kelzaks and his monsters up to now are co-existing with humans. She must join forces with Mayor Lothor to defeat the Rangers and restore peace to the city. After she returns and helps to defeat Goldwinger (who was partially responsible for Tori's trip to the alternate dimension), Blake confesses his feelings for Tori as she gives him surfing lessons.
489 31 "Double-Edged Blake" Wayne Rose M.L. Kessler September 27, 2003 (2003-09-27)
Tori is puzzled when Blake disappears a lot for no reason. No one seems to know where he is or what he's doing when he's gone. When asked where he has been, he tells them very little. A new monster shows up, and finally, the Rangers see what he's been up to.
490 32 "Eye of the Storm" Charlie Haskell Ann Austen September 27, 2003 (2003-09-27)
Shane's intimidating big brother Porter comes to town and accidentally catches him morphing, and Motodrone calls a new monster named Eyezak, who forces people to face their worst fears. The Wind Rangers are forced to face their fears, and the Thunder Rangers are captured.
491 33 "General Deception" Wayne Rose Ann Austen October 4, 2003 (2003-10-04)
492 34 Ann Austen & Douglas Sloan
Tori gives the guys a ride when they go camping. On the way, they are ambushed but choose not to cancel their trip. Meanwhile, Zurgane is ridiculed, and even Lothor threatens his rank. Hence, he hatches a plan to eliminate the Rangers, not knowing that Vexacus has plans of his own. Nearly everyone is stunned at how things begin to unfold for Zurgane. Zurgane's Zord was later obliterated by the Rangers, but he gets the data from their attacks and uses it when creating a new Zord, the HyperZurgane Zord, which destroys the Hurricane Megazord. Even if Zurgane survives, one of his fellow Generals has his plans for his fate.
493 35 "A Gem of a Day" Charlie Haskell Ann Austen October 18, 2003 (2003-10-18)
Hunter's secret of keeping a few of the Gem of Souls fragments comes out when Vexacus ambushes him for them. Though his teammates are upset over hiding this, the artifact aids Cam in his plans to sneak aboard Lothor's ship to free the trapped ninjas! Speaking of which, Lothor has Motodrone spy on Vexacus, leading to a showdown between the two Generals with only one coming out on top. All of this, plus the Condortron monster!
494 36 "Down And Dirty" Charlie Haskell Douglas Sloan October 18, 2003 (2003-10-18)
The Bradley Brothers get into a huge fight when Blake beats Hunter in a motocross race. Kapri and Marah ask Shimazu to help them take over the ship. Dustin decides to switch from motocross racing to motocross freestyle.
495 37 "Storm Before the Calm" Paul Grinder Douglas Sloan November 15, 2003 (2003-11-15)
496 38 Ann Austen
The Rangers are selected to showcase their respective talents in the US Action Games. Meanwhile, Lothor prepares the final stages of a scheme set in motion by destiny itself, as he seeks to unleash the evils within The Abyss of Evil, hidden beneath the Action Games' site. Lothor discovers and destroys Ninja Ops but leaves behind a radically-changed Sensei. With renewed confidence, the Rangers unite to take on Lothor's new Zord and the forces of the Abyss of Evil, releasing every evil they have faced and more. When it's all over, the Rangers face Lothor.

Home media

  • In the United States, the series was released by Buena Vista Home Entertainment on five volumes, each containing four episodes, except for Prelude to a Storm, which has three:
  • Prelude to a Storm (June 3, 2003, 1–3)
  • Looming Thunder (September 2, 2003, 4–7)
  • Lightning Strikers (September 2, 2003, 10–13)
  • Samurai's Journey (December 9, 2003, 15–18)
  • Cyber Clash (December 9, 2003, 19–22)

These volume sets were also released in regions where BVHE held distribution rights. In countries where licensing was held by Jetix Europe, releases depended on the region or distributor.

BVHE released the complete series in the United Kingdom on July 28, 2008, on an eight-disc boxset. In the United States, Shout! Factory released the complete series on a five-disc set on June 21, 2016 in the United States.

International broadcasts

  • In the Philippines, this series aired on ABS-CBN in 2005 until 2006, dubbing in Filipino.
  • In the Chinese-speaking world, Both Mandarin (Taiwan dialect) and Cantonese dubs were produced and aired in Taiwan and Hong Kong respectively.
    • In Taiwan, the series aired with a Taiwanese Mandarin dub on October 3, 2004, until September 25, 2005 with all episodes dubbed, airing on GTV.
    • In Hong Kong, the series aired with a Cantonese Chinese dub on March 6, 2005 (a few months after Taiwan aired the Taiwanese Mandarin dub) on TVB Jade until March 12, 2006 with all episodes dubbed.


In the aftermath of the "Shattered Grid" storyline of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, called "Beyond the Grid" Cam joined a team of Rangers, called the Solar Rangers, with the Ranger Slayer, Mike Corbett, Andros, Tanya, and an undefined Dino Charge Ranger.

See also

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