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Cult TV Essentials: Mahou Sentai Magiranger

“Magic, it’s a sacred power! Magic, it`s an adventure to the unknown! Magic, and it`s a proof of courage!”

Mahō Sentai Magiranger was Toei Company’s twenty-ninth production of the Super Sentai television series. It ran from February 13th 2005 – February 12th 2006 for 49 episodes. The action footage was used in Power Rangers Mystic Force and both shows had scenes simultaneously shot in New Zealand. The main themes of this series are courage and love of family. This series was dubbed into Korean under the Power Rangers Magic Force title.

A war between the Infershia and Magitopia had occurred unbeknownst to humans. After being imprisoned within the Earth for fifteen years, the Infershia have returned to get revenge from their imprisonment. When the Infershia attack, five siblings witness their mother change in front of them and she hands them MagiPhones to transform into a magic team. Now endowed with magic powers, these five vow to live up to their family’s legacy. They have yet to discover many more family secrets

These five children (three brothers and two sisters) lived peacefully with their mother, believing that their father died in an expedition in Antarctica. Upon learning the truth, their mother revealed to them their family legacy. Over time, they learn their father was a Heavenly Saint. The five siblings later receive the power to turn into Legend Mode. By the end of the series, the siblings were reunited with their parents.

The various characters of Magiranger utilize magical spells to accomplish various tasks. Each magical word correspond to a digit on a phone. For example, when the Magiranger want to transform into their Magiranger forms, they use 106, which corresponds to “Maagi Magi Magiiro.” and “Goolu Golu Goludiro.”

 

 

 

“Divine! Adventurous! Courageous! It’s just MAGIC”.

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