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Toei Unveils Bakuryu Sentai Abaranger 20th Anniversary Film: “Unforgivable Abare” Trailer

On June 15, 2023, Toei released the official trailer for Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger’s 20th anniversary film, “Unforgivable Abare,” on their official YouTube channel.


After conquering the Evolians, the Abarangers are living peacefully when a new threat comes. They morph and fight for the first time in 20 years, while the rest of the world regards their activities as savage acts of destruction. Is their righteousness a defunct sort of heroism in the Reiwa Era?

Cast Members:
  • Koichiro Nishi as Ryoga Hakua/AbaRed
  • Sho Tomita as Yukito Sanjo/Abare Blue
  • Aiko Ito as Ranru Itsuki/Abare Yellow
  • Kaoru Abe as Asuka/Abare Black
  • Koutaro Tanaka as Mikoto Nakadai/Abare Killer
  • Michi Nishijima as Emiri Imanaka
  • Takashi Nagasako as Tyrannosaurus
  • Koki Miyata as Triceratops
  • Emi Shinohara as Pteranodon
  • Banjo Ginga as Brachiosaurus
  • Hikaru Midorikawa as TopGaler
  • Tomokazu Seki as the film’s main antagonist, Trinoid 24: Abarangekko
  • Kyosei Tsukui as the voice actor of Trinoid 12: Yatsudenwani
  • Taro Suwa as Yokota, Karen Otomo as Aoi, a girl who despises the Abarangers
  • Fischer’s members Silk Road and Ndaho as TV show commentators

Bakuryu Sentai Abaranger 20th Anniversary Film: “Unforgivable Abare” will be written by Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger series head writer Naruhisa Arakawa and directed by Hisashi Kimura.

The film will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 27, 2024. A special edition home video release will include the Cho Bakuryu Plate, which will transform AbaRed into a new form known as the Cho Abare Max! This item works in conjunction with the previously released Dino Brace Memorial Edition. ​


Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger is a Japanese Super Sentai television series that aired in 2003. The show follows a group of three heroes called the Abarangers, who are chosen to protect Earth from the invading Evolien creatures. The Abarangers transform into dinosaur-themed warriors and pilot robotic dinosaur mechas called Bakuryuus to fight the villains.

In 2004, the American adaptation of Abaranger was produced by Disney and called Power Rangers Dino Thunder. The series incorporated footage and elements from Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger but adapted them to fit the Power Rangers franchise.

While Power Rangers Dino Thunder draws inspiration from Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger, there are some differences in characters, storylines, and power sets due to the adaptation process. The core concept of dinosaur-themed heroes fighting against villainous forces remains intact, but the execution and specific details may differ between the two series.

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