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First episode date
14 February 2010

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Final episode date
6 February 2011


TokusatsuSuperhero fiction

Written by
Michiko YokoteNaruhisa ArakawaAkatsuki YamatoyaSaburo YatsudeKento ShimoyamaJunko KōmuraDaisuke Ishibashi

Directed by
Takao NagaishiSatoshi MorotaNoboru TakemotoKatsuya WatanabeShōjirō NakazawaHiroyuki KatoNobuhiro Suzumura

Yudai ChibaRika SatoKyousuke HamaoMikiho NiwaKento Ono

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Tensou Sentai Goseiger (天装戦隊ゴセイジャー, Tensō Sentai Goseijā, ) is the title of Toei Company's thirty-fourth entry in its long-running Super Sentai Series of Japanese tokusatsu television series. It follows an angelic motif as well as a Trading card theme. It joined Kamen Rider W as a program featured in TV Asahi's Super Hero Time programming block, until the premiere of Kamen Rider OOO. The series ties in with the arcade game, Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O, with the characters using cards resembling Carddass cards used in the game to transform and access various weapons, similar to the concept of Kamen Rider Decade and its link to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride. Its footage was used for the 2013 Power Rangers series, Power Rangers Megaforce.


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The cast and characters were revealed at an event at Tokyo Dome City on January 30 and 31, 2010. The protagonists also had a cameo appearance in the film, Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-onger: GinmakuBang!!.

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Tensou Sentai Goseiger premiered in South Korea in July 2011 as Power Rangers Miracle Force. A June 2012 press release has revealed that the 2013 series, Power Rangers Megaforce, would adapt Goseiger (to the extent of re-using the names Gosei and Warstar).

The phrase "Descent!" (降臨!, Kōrin!) is utilized in the promotional materials for the series.

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Unknown to the people of Earth, there is a branch of humanity called the "Gosei Angels" (護星天使, Gosei Tenshi) whose mission is to protect the Earth. When the Earth is targeted by an evil alien invasion force called Warstar, they destroy the Heaven's Tower (天の塔, Ten no Tō), the bridge between the Earth and the Gosei World, home of the Gosei Angels, to keep them from interfering. However, five apprentice Gosei Angels are on Earth at the time and, while finding a way to return home, they become the Goseigers to stop Warstar. But soon after, the monstrous Yuumajuu emerge from their slumber and the Goseigers receive aid from a special being called Gosei Knight who once fought against the Yuumajuu in the past. But even after they defeat the Yuumajuu, the evil robotic Matrintis Empire rises to take over the Earth with the data acquired from the last two groups. Once they are defeated, the Goseigers face their greatest enemy in the one who has been manipulating the other groups from the very beginning: a rogue Gosei Angel who took their mission to protect the Earth to a dangerous extreme by planning to destroy all life and recreate the world in his image.

The Goseigers

The Goseigers are members of the Gosei Angels (護星天使, Gosei Tenshi), humans born with mysterious powers who 10,000 years ago moved to the Gosei World (護星界, Goseikai) so as not to cause trouble for regular humans. Using the Heaven's Tower as a bridge between the dimensions, the Gosei Angels made it their mission to protect Earth. However, when the Heaven's Tower is destroyed, only five trainee Gosei Angels are left on the Earth to complete this mission. The Goseigers are assisted by Nozomu Amachi, the only normal human who knows about them, and the robot Datas sent by the Gosei World's leading figure Master Head.

Alata/Gosei Red (アラタ/ゴセイレッド, Arata/Gosei Reddo, )
Alata is the young and naïve member of the Skick Tribe. He is Eri's childhood friend.
Eri/Gosei Pink (エリ/ゴセイピンク, Eri/Gosei Pinku, )
Eri is the motherly and optimistic Goseiger who is a member of the Skick Tribe.
Agri/Gosei Black (アグリ/ゴセイブラック, Aguri/Gosei Burakku, )
Aguri is a hot-blooded warrior of the Landick Tribe who acts cool. He is Moune's older brother.
Moune/Gosei Yellow (モネ/ゴセイイエロー, Mone/Gosei Ierō, )
Moune is the youngest member of the Goseigers and is a very straightforward member of the Landick Tribe.
Hyde/Gosei Blue (ハイド/ゴセイブルー, Haido/Gosei Burū, )
Hyde is the oldest of the Goseigers and the only member of the Seaick Tribe on the team; his Seaick teammate Magis died before the beginning of the series.
Gosei Knight (ゴセイナイト, Gosei Naito)
Gosei Knight is not a Gosei Angel, but the Groundion Headder who has been given powers from the Earth to protect it from the Yuumajuu.


There are three sets of antagonists in Tensou Sentai Goseiger, collectively referred to as the Evil Spirits (悪しき魂, Ashiki Tamashii). Though all three have different origins and background, the groups use the Bibi Soldiers and Bibi Bugs provided by Brajira, who poses as a member of each group in a different form depending on the group. Their names are modifications of various American films.


The Universal Annihilation Army Warstar (宇宙虐滅軍団ウォースター, Uchū Gyakumetsu Gundan Wōsutā) are the insectoid alien antagonists of the first sixteen episodes of the series who invade the Earth to use up all of its natural resources. Before their invasion of Earth, they realized that the Gosei Angels would be trouble for them, so they took out the Heaven's Tower in a pre-emptive strike.


The Earth Condemnation Group Yuumajuu (地球犠獄集団 幽魔獣, Chikyū Gigoku Shūdan Yūmajū) are the invertebrate-like monstrous antagonists that first appear in epic 17 before being defeated in epic 32. After being freed from their ten thousand year imprisonment, they return to corrupt the Earth to their liking.


The Machine Onslaught Empire Matrintis (機械禦鏖帝国マトリンティス, Kikai Gyoō Teikoku Matorintisu) are the marine life-themed mechanized antagonists that first appear in epic 33 before being defeated in epic 44. After studying the failures of Warstar and the Yuumajuu, Matrintis seeks to use this knowledge to overwhelm the Goseigers in order to enslave the human race.


Brajira of the Messiah (救星主のブラジラ, Kyūseishu no Burajira) is the series antagonist and final enemy, a mysterious Gosei Angel who turned evil and faced the Goseigers as Warstar's Buredoran of the Comet before joining the Yuumajuu as Buredoran of the Chupacabra and then later drafted into Matrintis as Buredo-RUN of the Cyborg. Once revealing his true form, Brajira uses his personal Gosei Headders, the Dark Headders, to fight the Goseigers while enacting his scheme to destroy the world and remake it in his own image as its Messiah.


Each episode of Tensou Sentai Goseiger is referred to as an "epic" (エピック, epikku).


In addition to the protagonists' debut in Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-onger: GinmakuBang!!, Goseiger has had three theatrical releases where they are the primary characters.

Epic on the Movie

Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Epic on the Movie (天装戦隊ゴセイジャー エピックON THEムービー, Tensō Sentai Goseijā Epikku On Za Mūbī) was released on August 7, 2010, double-billed with the Kamen Rider W film Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate. The story of the film concerns the return of Warstar and two meteorites heading for Earth, with many other natural disasters taking place.

Goseiger vs. Shinkenger

The film Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger: Epic on Ginmaku (天装戦隊ゴセイジャーVSシンケンジャー エピック on 銀幕, Tensō Sentai Goseijā tai Shinkenjā Epikku on Ginmaku) was released in theaters on January 22, 2011, featuring a crossover between the Goseiger and Shinkenger casts and characters. The heroes of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger also make a cameo appearance in the film.

Super Sentai 35th anniversary film

Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle (ゴーカイジャー ゴセイジャー スーパー戦隊199ヒーロー 大決戦, Gōkaijā Goseijā Sūpā Sentai Hyakukyūjūkyū Hīrō Daikessen) is the film commemorating the 35th anniversary of the Super Sentai Series. The film will primarily feature the casts of Goseiger and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, among the 199 total heroes from the Super Sentai series to appear. The film was originally scheduled for release on May 21, 2011. However, due to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, filming was affected and the film's release was postponed to June 11.

Super Hero Taisen

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊 スーパーヒーロー大戦, Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai: Sūpā Hīrō Taisen) is a film which features a crossover between the characters of the Super Sentai and Kamen Rider Series. The protagonists of Gokaiger and Kamen Rider Decade are featured, as well as those of Kamen Rider Fourze, Kamen Rider OOO, and Go-Busters. Yudai Chiba reprise his role voicing Gosei Red in the film.

Special DVD

Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Special Epic - New Hero Descent! (天装戦隊ゴセイジャーSpecial Epic ニューヒーロー降臨!, Tensō Sentai Goseijā: Supesharu Epikku ~Nyū Hīrō Korin~) is a special DVD.


Tensou Sentai Goseiger Returns: Last Epic - The Gosei Angels are National Idols!? (帰ってきた天装戦隊ゴセイジャー last epic ~護星天使が国民的アイドルに?!~, Kaettekita Tensō Sentai Goseijā: Rasuto Epikku ~Gosei Tenshi ga Kokuminteki Aidoru ni?!~) is a V-Cinema release for Goseiger, serving as a little epilogue for the series. The direct-to-video film also features Mayuko Iwasa (岩佐 真悠子, Iwasa Mayuko) in a guest starring role. Come Back! Tensou Sentai Goseiger became available for rental on June 10, 2011, and for sale on June 21, 2011.


  • Alata (アラタ, Arata): Yudai Chiba (千葉 雄大, Chiba Yūdai)
  • Eri (エリ): Rika Sato (さとう 里香, Satō Rika)
  • Agri (アグリ, Aguri): Kyousuke Hamao (浜尾 京介, Hamao Kyōsuke)
  • Moune (モネ, Mone): Mikiho Niwa (にわ みきほ, Niwa Mikiho)
  • Hyde (ハイド, Haido): Kento Ono (小野 健斗, Ono Kento)
  • Nozomu Amachi (天知 望, Amachi Nozomu): Sakuya Nakamura (中村 咲哉, Nakamura Sakuya)
  • Professor Shuichirou Amachi (天知 秀一郎博士, Amachi Shūichirō-hakase): Louis Yamada LIII (山田ルイ53世, Yamada Rui Gojūsan-sei)
  • Gosei Knight (ゴセイナイト, Gosei Naito)/Groundion Headder (グランディオンヘッダー, Gurandion Heddā): Katsuyuki Konishi (小西 克幸, Konishi Katsuyuki, Voice)
  • Datas (データス, Dētasu): Kōki Miyata (宮田 幸季, Miyata Kōki, Voice)
  • Great King Monsu Doreiku (大王モンス・ドレイク, Daiō Monsu Doreiku): Shōzō Iizuka (飯塚 昭三, Iizuka Shōzō, Voice)
  • Dereputa of the Meteor (流星のデレプタ, Ryūsei no Dereputa): Rikiya Koyama (小山 力也, Koyama Rikiya, Voice)
  • Brajira of the Messiah (救星主のブラジラ, Kyūseishu no Burajira)/Buredoran of the Comet (彗星のブレドラン, Suisei no Buredoran)/Bredoran of the Chupacabra (チュパカブラの武(ブ)レドラン, Chupakabura no Buredoran)/Bred-RUN of the Cyborg (サイボーグのブレドRUN, Saibōgu no Buredoran): Nobuo Tobita (飛田 展男, Tobita Nobuo, Voice)
  • Makuin of the Blob (ブロブの膜(マク)イン, Burobu no Makuin): Chafurin (茶風林, Chafūrin, Voice)
  • Kinggon of the Bigfoot (ビッグフットの筋(キン)グゴン, Biggufutto no Kingugon): Kosuke Takaguchi (高口 公介, Takaguchi Kōsuke, Voice)
  • Robogorg of the 10-sai (10(テン)サイのロボゴーグ, Tensai no Robogōgu): Jūrōta Kosugi (小杉 十郎太, Kosugi Jūrōta, Voice)
  • Metal-A of the Agent (エージェントのメタルA(アリス), Ējento no Metaru Arisu): Marina Inoue (井上 麻里奈, Inoue Marina, Voice)
  • Narration, Master Head (マスターヘッド, Masutā Heddo), Tensouder (テンソウダー, Tensōdā): Ikuya Sawaki (沢木 郁也, Sawaki Ikuya, Voice)
  • Guest stars

  • Jotaro (丈太郎, Jōtarō, 7): Tetsu Watanabe (渡辺 哲, Watanabe Tetsu)
  • Magis (マジス, Majisu, 10): Yousuke Itou (伊藤 陽佑, Itō Yōsuke)
  • Himself (10): Sakana-kun (さかなクン)
  • Satoshi Tamura (田村 聡, Tamura Satoshi, 19): Teruaki Ogawa (小川 輝晃, Ogawa Teruaki)
  • Kyoko Tamura (田村 今日子, Tamura Kyōko, 19): Satomi Hirose (広瀬 仁美, Hirose Satomi)
  • Moune's Mother (25): Maiko Itō (いとう まい子, Itō Maiko)
  • Songs

    Opening theme
  • "Tensou Sentai Goseiger" (天装戦隊ゴセイジャー, Tensō Sentai Goseijā)
  • Lyrics: Yumi Yoshimoto
  • Composition: YOFFY
  • Arrangement: Hiroaki Kagoshima
  • Artist: NoB (Project.R)
  • Ending theme
  • "Gotcha☆Goseiger" (ガッチャ☆ゴセイジャー, Gatcha Goseijā)
  • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
  • Composition: Takafumi Iwasaki
  • Arrangement: Project.R (Kenichiro Ōishi)
  • Artist: Hideyuki Takahashi (Project.R)
  • Episodes: 1-7, 12, 15, 16, 22, 28, 31, 33, 39-41, 43, 48-50
  • "Gotcha☆Goseiger TYPE 2 REMIX" (ガッチャ☆ゴセイジャー TYPE 2 REMIX, Gatcha Goseijā Taipu Tsū Rimikkusu)
  • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
  • Composition: Takafumi Iwasaki
  • Arrangement: Project.R (Kenichiro Ōishi)
  • Artist: Hideyuki Takahashi
  • Episodes: 8-11, 13, 14, 17-21, 23-27, 29, 30, 32, 34-38
  • "Gotcha☆Goseiger (TYPE 2 Gosei Angel Version)" (ガッチャ☆ゴセイジャー(TYPE2護星天使ヴァージョン), Gatcha Goseijā (Taipu Tsū Gosei Tenshi Vājon))
  • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
  • Composition: Takafumi Iwasaki
  • Arrangement: Project.R (Kenichiro Ōishi)
  • Artist: Goseigers & Hideyuki Takahashi
  • Episodes: 42, 44-47
  • A single containing the opening theme, first ending theme, their karaoke variations, as well as two image songs, was released on March 17, 2010. A music video for the opening theme featuring NoB and Gosei Red was recorded and put on YouTube by Columbia Music Entertainment. In its first week of release, the single reached #6 on the Oricon Weekly Charts.


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