Power Rangers Wild Force

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Power Rangers Wild Force
PR Wild Force logo.png
Wild Access!!!
Genre: Superhero
Running Time: 20 minutes
Country: United States
Release Date: February 9 – November 16, 2002
Network(s): Fox Kids (Ep 1–26)
ABC Kids (Ep 27–40)
Created by: Haim Saban
Toei Company
Distributed by: Saban International
Buena Vista International Television
Starring: Ricardo Medina, Jr.
Alyson Kiperman
Phillip Jeanmarie
Jessica Rey
Jack Guzman
Philip Andrew
Ann Marie Crouch
Ilia Volok
Sin Wong
Episodes: 40
Previous show: Power Rangers Time Force
Next show: Power Rangers Ninja Storm

Power Rangers Wild Force is the American adaptation of Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger, and the 10th season of the Power Rangers franchise, also celebrating the 10th anniversary of the franchise as well.

Why It Rocks

  1. Compared to the Super Sentai series it was based on, it was a huge improvement.
  2. Very successful toy sales.
  3. The End of the Power Rangers Part 2 was a perfect finale.
  4. It's one of the darkest PR seasons next to In Space, Time Force, and RPM.
  5. Master Org is a very intimidating main antagonist to the Wild Force Rangers, hence his interesting backstory and story arc.
  6. Amazing action/fight scenes.
  7. Great character designs, especially for the villains.
  8. The Zen-Aku Arc was very well received.
  9. "Forever Red" was an amazing crossover and it's great to see those Red Rangers back. It's waaaay better than the infamous "Legendary Battle" and "Once A Ranger."
  10. Very sophisticated writing.
  11. It's one of the only few good PR seasons produced by Jonathon Tzachor.

Bad Qualities

  1. Overuse of Sentai footage.
  2. The first 4 episodes are pretty weak.
  3. Cole can be unlikable sometimes.
  4. While it's one of the darkest seasons of the franchise, depending on your view, it feels a little cheesy and light-hearted as the next season (Ninja Storm) sometimes.
  5. Princess Shayla was one of the worst mentors in the Power Rangers Series.
  6. The acting might be a bit irritating for some people.
  7. The Animus Arc was not well received.
  8. The whole team never get a team-up with Power Rangers Ninja Storm (Mainly because the latter took place in an alternate universe). since the Power Rangers and Disney production moves to New Zealand.


  • The first 26 episodes were aired on Fox Kids from February 9 to August 10, 2002, and while the last 14 episodes were aired on ABC Kids from September 14 to November 16, 2002, after Disney's acquisition for the franchise.

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