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Uchuu Sentai Kyuranger Space 21 - Arise, Legendary Warrior!


Here are this week's SD clips from the 21st episode of Uchuu Sentai Kyuranger feat. Stinger and Scorpio's decisive battle and awakening of the rebellion's legendary warrior, the Space Bu-Star, Phoenix Soldier!

"Enough of this, brother!"


"Until then..."


"Awaken"


"Blazing revival!"


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7 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    I already like this guy more then Misao



  2. Anonymous Says:

    @1st anon, making anyone more likable than Misao isn't all that tough a job.


  3. I have a feeling that the phoenix ranger has some kind of relationship with the Big Boss.

    Maybe he is the the Big Boss son and the Big Boss didn't want to pay child support so the Big Boss sealed his son away. LoL (Probably not true at all)


  4. Anonymous Says:

    So many in this sentai. I hope they create a new heroine. And I hope the next sentai will be with 2 girls and 3 guys like usual.

    Kyuuranger is cool but I prefer the tradiotional start with 5 memebers.


  5. The sixth Gobuster, Space Buster!!


  6. Anonymous Says:

    Other than the Kusarigawa finisher and Phoenix Soldier taking out several ships on foot, this episode was pretty disappointing. This is especially apparent when it came right after the strongest episode of the season. It basically crams two episodes and shoves it into one, much like the Dekaranger and Space Sheriff crossover. If the episode focused on the final battle with Scorpio, it would've been perfectly fine. To make matters worse, Scorpio suddenly has a change of heart and protects the Kyurangers even though there was no proper build up. His death should've of consisted of him commending Stinger for becoming stronger and admitting he doesn't even remember why he wanted power in the first place. I feel this would've gave him a level of tragedy as he seems to somewhat realize what he became but, was ultimately too far gone that he doesn't even remember his initial goal. Not only that, but the consequence of Champ losing his memory after reconstruction never happened and would've made for an interesting subplot. To best summarize this episode, it suffers from two of the show's biggest weaknesses, rushed pacing, and mood whiplash.


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