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One-Time Power Rangers Characters: Where Are They Now?

Jjs Goodman

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To celebrate 30 years and the end of the show, here's a little thing Ex and I made for fun. Hope the two other Power Rangers fans on SBC enjoy. 

Go go Power Rangers, you mighty messed up obscure morphin characters!

Heroes and Allies

Trey of Triforia (Zeo)


The Trey trio became furious that they were forgotten to time, believing they are the true Gold Zeo Ranger. In a desperate attempt to regain relevance, they launched a “healing” program which was secretly a scam. It did not go well. They are currently serving life in prison for defrauding the galaxy.

Phantom Ranger (Turbo)


Many had wondered for years who the mysterious Phantom Ranger’s identity was. It turns out he was none other than The Lightbringer, a fedora wearing man who reviews comics and Power Rangers. After his brief run helping the Turbo rangers, for the next few decades he made it his sworn duty to analyze and fix the plot holes in Power Rangers lore from the shadows. Just don’t ask him when the next History of Power Rangers is.

Nova Ranger (SPD)


Ever since helping the SPD rangers in their final battle, the Nova Ranger has been the subject of much debate and intrigue. Fortunately for all of those interested, she will be releasing her tell-all memoir “Force from the Future” in 2041 following a cross-timeline tour. The book is said to cover love, loss, and what it truly means to go ‘electro mode.’

Albert Smith (Dino Charge)


Prior to meeting the Power Rangers, Albert ran prolific Bigfoot websites dedicated to his existence. Despite faking his proof, the real Sasquatch would go on to contact Albert after his stint as the purple Dino Charge ranger! Sasquatch was so inspired by Albert’s bravery that he wanted to become his friend, helping Albert get over his fear of monsters. They currently own a ranch together.

Thor (Operation Overdrive)


After meeting the Overdrive rangers, Thor would go on to have a prosperous career in another superhero franchise: the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unfortunately, after the lukewarm reception to his latest film, he retired and jumped back to Power Rangers, only to realize the Overdrive team has long been out of commission. He now has a job as Harford’s new butler since Spencer retired. Even Gods fall on hard times.


Rito Revolto (MMPR)


Contrary to popular belief, Rito actually survived the Z-Wave. He went deep underground and eventually opened his own small Italian necromancer themed restaurant on Earth. They say it’s a hit during Halloween. However, despite the joy this restaurant brings, Rito forever lives in a state of paranoia, worried the rangers might come get him. Not a day goes by where he doesn’t stare out the window missing his sister either.

Lokar (MMPR)


Last seen taking Scorpina to the Talos Dimension, Lokar realized just how lonely he was once it was just the two of them. After many spats, Lokar had begun renting out the Island of Illusions back on Earth, visiting all of the tourists and guests as a giant head. Rides inside of Cyclopsis are $100 an hour. 

Impostra (Lost Galaxy)


Despite vowing to return, Impostra mysteriously vanished and never faced the Galaxy Rangers again. But now we know where she was: helping InnerSloth create the hit game Among Us. It turns out her true passion was developing a true magnum opus game where she could express her special talent, so she turned into a human and pitched the game idea. Rumors say she even streams the game and has amassed an army of simps, one day hoping to use them against the Galaxy Rangers. That’s how you play the long game.

Octoroo (Samurai)


As Xandred was defeated and his ship was sent sinking, many had believed Octoroo to be long gone. Fortunately, Octoroo was able to call in a favor from former employer Nintendo after doing the Samurai Wii and DS games, and they were able to aid and secure him. He now has a cozy job supplying “medicine” to all Splatfest competitors.

Loki (Operation Overdrive)


Much like his brother Thor, Loki too would have a prosperous career in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He got his own television show and continues to be a pivotal character in the mythos- just don’t ask him about someone named “Diabolico”


David Trueheart (Zeo)


Tommy Oliver’s brother David Trueheart was one of the potential candidates thought to be the Gold Zeo Ranger. While they weren’t associated initially, David would actually be called in as the head of Public Relations in the case of Trey of Triforia. This is due to David meeting Trey one day, who were the actual ones that taught him to teleport. This is the only recorded instance of their powers ever working.

Fresno Bob (RPM)


When Ziggy saved his life, Fresno Bob felt his entire world view change. Following Venjix’s defeat, he decided to retire from the criminal life and used his money to help the world recover. He rebranded his image into Bob Duncan, star of hit sitcom Good Luck Charlie.

Funky Fisherman (Dino Thunder)


Funky Fisherman learned a valuable lesson about being a good person to his co-workers after his monstrous experience with Mad Mackeral. His show continued on and he remained a beloved host, but he eventually felt it was time to pass on the torch. He let Marty take the mantle as the new Funky Fisherman while the original decided to pursue a music career. This would lead to various conspiracies about his death, but trust us the experts when we say he’s doing fine.

Ice Cream Attendant (Dino Fury)


After having his ice stream cart saved by the brave Dino Fury rangers, the Ice Cream Attendant took their heroic deed to heat and sought a new purpose in life. Legends say he later became a famous New Zealand actor, often going by the moniker of “Brughy.” 

The Old Dumbass Lady Who Doesn’t Know Monsters Exist (Lightspeed Rescue)


This fucking lady. This dumb, stupid, ignorant woman. This is where I tell you what they’re up to, and I will, but it pains me to even bring her up. Did she not have a television!? It should be of no surprise to you that she moved away from Mariner Bay shortly after due to an embezzlement scandal involving a hospital for sick children. It’s cruel irony, but she was the monster all along. Good riddance!

The End

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Actually, from what I read; the "Power Rangers" franchise ISN'T coming to an end, but they are planning to (somehow) reboot it next year, apparently WITHOUT the usage of ANY "Super Sentai" footage whatsoever! I personally don't know how they're going to make THAT work, but I certainly wish them good luck!

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