Five young people travel on the Rainbow Line. But they have several problems: they'll often arrive at a station only to find it's been taken over by the evil Shadow Line, they can't remember anything beyond their childhoods, and there are lost trains (Resshas) that need to be found. (Source: Power Rangers Wiki Fandom) Edit Translation
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- Native Title: 烈車戦隊トッキュウジャー
- Also Known As: Ressha Sentai Toqger , Ressha Sentai Tokkyūjā , Ressha Sentai Tokkyuger , Ressha Sentai Tokkyuuger , Ressha Sentai Tokkyūger , Ressha Sentai Tokkyuger ,
- Director: Nakazawa Shojiro, Watanabe Katsuya, Takemoto Noboru, Kato Hiroyuki
- Screenwriter: Kobayashi Yasuko, Yamatoya Akatsuki
- Genres: Action, Tokusatsu, Comedy, Sci-Fi
Cast & Credits
This is like the deepest Sentai Toei has come out with in years. How long has it been since they came out with a show like this? Long enough for me not to remember anyway, lmao.
This is probably why I couldn't be annoyed over Zett realizing that he couldn't get dat kirakira da after thinking on it, and for once, I can see how Toei typically paces their endings and shit.
A journey that shines unexpectedly...At a glance, it is hard to fully understand the type of show you are getting with Ressha Sentai ToQger. What sort of motif is "trains" and "imagination"? It almost seems like they took two random subjects and plunked them together. ToQger, however, sticks so intensely to its themes that it is refreshing in every way. From the opening that tells you to not miss your train transfer to the earnest use of "imagination" throughout the series; the show manages to tell a cohesive story that is sometimes silly but always honest and endearing.
Story aside, ToQger has a main cast that is likeable, genuine and avoids stereotypes while all getting their own chance to shine. But it goes a step further in introducing a very intriguing set of villains that are more than just fodder for the good guys to beat up. These villains not only push the plot forward in important ways but they also have some of the coolest designs for a tokusatsu or really just any show, in general.
It would almost be appropriate to just leave what the experience of Ressha Sentai ToQger is like to your imagination. However, you would be doing yourself a disservice and depriving yourself of a well-made show that transcends its status as part of a series that is "just for kids". Don't be late. Don't miss your transfer. Hop on board, because you'll likely find something shining brighter than you expected.