Greetings and salutations, fellow aficionados of anime, Power Rangers, Super Sentai, and everything early 1990s to early 2000s, Antoni here. As you can tell from the title, I am giving this Toonami-Era Inuranger team lineup one last shot. I was undoubtedly satisfied with the team lineups that I arranged for Mighty Morphin Inurangers, Inurangers in Space, Inurangers Lost Galaxy, and Inurangers Time Force, and I decided to keep them this way. However, looking back at the teams that I arranged for Mighty Morphin Makai Rangers which I will rename Mighty Ronin Inurangers, Inurangers Zeo, Inurangers Turbo, Inurangers Lightspeed Rescue, and Inurangers Wild Force, I was not pleased looking back at these lineups. I also wanted to give the YuYu Hakusho cast their spot independent from my Inurangers AU headcanon. Therefore, Mighty Ronin Inurangers will receive a cast overhaul, while Inurangers Zeo, Inurangers Turbo, Inurangers Lightspeed Rescue, and Inurangers Wild Force will have some cast changeups.
For those of you who are new to this cast lineup, the Toonami-Era Inurangers are the fictional counterpart to the Saban-Era Power Rangers from 1993 to 2002 after more dedicated rewatching of all three seasons of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers up to Power Rangers Wild Force. Mighty Morphin Inurangers involves Inuyasha, Shuran, Sesshoumaru, Hakkaku, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran as the main seven rangers. The subsequent Inurangers series also follows the format of having seven main rangers per season akin to the real-life Super Sentai and Power Rangers counterparts in Japan and America respectively. Sure, the real-life Super Sentai and Power Rangers counterparts usually top between five to six main members. However, I argue that seven is the perfect number for a Super Sentai or Power Rangers team.
Ever since committing myself to creating Inurangers team lineups, I have become a lot stricter with how the teams shall be arranged. All three seasons of Mighty Morphin Inurangers and Inurangers Time Force have five male members and two female members. In contrast, Inurangers in Space and Inurangers Lost Galaxy have three male members and four female members. However, the other Inurangers series ended up becoming a bit fast and loose with how many male members and female members can be in each Inuranger team, with Inurangers Zeo having two male members and five female members, as well as Mighty Morphin Makai Rangers, Inurangers Turbo, Inurangers Lightspeed Rescue, and Inurangers Wild Force, having four male members and three female members. Now that I have become a lot more straightforward with my visions for the Toonami-Era Inurangers teams, I have decided to strictly adhere to the five-male-member/two-female-member and three-male-member/four-female-member formats. Why I chose these arrangements is because the five-male-member/two-female-member and three-male-member/four-female-member formats are my favorite ones to work with.
 
This is how each team lineup shall be arranged. Each team lineup shall have seven main members, i.e., the Red Ranger, the Sixth Ranger, the Seventh Ranger, the Black/Blue Ranger, the Blue/Green Ranger, the Yellow Ranger, and the Pink Ranger. All three seasons of Mighty Morphin Inurangers, Inurangers Turbo, and Inurangers Time Force shall have five male members and two female members. Meanwhile, Mighty Ronin Inurangers, Inurangers Zeo, Inurangers in Space, Inurangers Lost Galaxy, Inurangers Lightspeed Rescue, and Inurangers Wild Force shall have three male members and four female members. All three seasons of Mighty Morphin Inurangers will have the same cast members all the way through, as there are also composite characters, while the subsequent Inurangers seasons will have different characters just like the real-life Super Sentai counterparts. With that said, let us get acquainted with the new, improved, and way clearer version of the Toonami-Era Inuranger teams’ lineups.
 
Mighty Morphin Inurangers Seasons 1 to 3 and Mighty Morphin Inurangers the Movie (2000)
  • Inuyasha from Inuyasha the 18-year-old Red Tyrannosaurus Ranger version of Jason Lee Scott and Tommy Oliver voiced by Richard Ian Cox
  • Shuran from Inuyasha the 18-year-old Green Dragonzord Ranger version of Tommy Oliver and Rocky DeSantos voiced by Scott Logie
  • Sesshoumaru from Inuyasha the 19-year-old White Tigerzord Ranger version of David Trueheart and Tommy Oliver voiced by David Kaye
  • Hakkaku from Inuyasha the 17-year-old Black Mastodon Ranger version of Zack Taylor and Adam Park voiced by Alistair Abell
  • Ginta from Inuyasha the 17-year-old Blue Triceratops Ranger version of Billy Cranston and Adam Park voiced by Paul Dobson
  • Ayame from Inuyasha the 15-year-old Yellow Sabertoothed Tiger Ranger version of Trini Kwan and Aisha Campbell voiced by Natalie Walters
  • Shunran from Inuyasha the 14-year-old Pink Pterodactyl Ranger version of Kimberly Ann Hart and Katherine Hillard voiced by Jocelyne Loewen
 
Mighty Ronin Inurangers (2001)
  • Ryuichi Hayami from Hajime no Ippo the 18-year-old Red Ronin Inuranger version of Aurico voiced by Nathan Smythe
  • Kaname Chidori from Full Metal Panic the 17-year-old Green Ronin Inuranger version of Dulcea voiced by Luci Christian
  • Teletha “Tessa” Testarossa from Full Metal Panic the 17-year-old White Ronin Inuranger version of Delphine voiced by Hilary Haag
  • Mario Musicanova from Geneshaft the 18-year-old Black Ronin Inuranger version of Corcus voiced by Crispin Freeman
  • Hiroto Amagiwa from Geneshaft the 17-year-old Blue Ronin Inuranger version of Cestro voiced by Dominic Armato
  • Mizuki Inaba from Full Metal Panic the 16-year-old Yellow Ronin Inuranger version of Tideus voiced by Mandy Clark
  • Remmy Levy-Strauss from Geneshaft the 15-year-old Pink Ronin Inuranger version of Cestria voiced by Brianne Siddall
 
Inurangers Zeo (2001)
  • Toran from Inuyasha the 19-year-old Zeo Ranger V Red version of Tommy Oliver voiced by Alison Matthews
  • Kisuke from Inuyasha the 20-year-old White Gold Ranger version of Billy Cranston voiced by Colin Murdock
  • Kuranosuke Takeda from Inuyasha the 21-year-old Black Gold Ranger version of Jason Lee Scott voiced by Ted Cole
  • Heihachi Hayashida from Samurai 7 the 17-year-old Zeo Ranger III Blue version of Rocky DeSantos voiced by Greg Ayres
  • Enju from Inuyasha the 17-year-old Zeo Ranger IV Green version of Adam Park voiced by Rebecca Shoichet
  • Sakurako Yukihira from Detective School Q the 15-year-old Zeo Ranger II Yellow version of Tanya Sloan voiced by Hunter McKenzie Austin
  • Kuniko Touya from Detective School Q the 13-year-old Zeo Ranger I Pink version of Katherine Hillard voiced by Mela Lee
 
Turbo: An Inurangers Movie and Inurangers Turbo (2002)
  • Alexander Volg Zangief from Hajime no Ippo the 19-year-old Red Lightning Turbo Ranger version of Tommy Oliver and Theodore Jay “TJ” Jarvis Johnson voiced by Dave Wittenberg
  • Mamoru Takamura from Hajime no Ippo the 22-year-old Azure Centurion Turbo Ranger version of the Blue Senturion voiced by Eddie Frierson
  • Yoshiki Takaishi from Shootfighter Tekken the 22-year-old Black Phantom Turbo Ranger version of the Phantom Ranger voiced by Marc Diraison
  • Kazuma Narusawa from Detective School Q the 12-year-old Mountain Blaster Turbo Ranger version of Justin Stewart voiced by Jessica D. Stone
  • Hige from Wolf’s Rain the 17-year-old Green Desert Thunder Turbo Ranger version of Adam Park and Carlos Vallerte voiced by Joshua Seth
  • Myu from Wolf’s Rain the 13-year-old Yellow Dune Star Turbo Ranger version of Tanya Sloan and Ashley Hammond voiced by Julie Maddalena
  • Luna from Ultra Maniac the 13-year-old Pink Wind Chaser Turbo version of Katherine Hillard and Cassie Chan voiced by Sandy Fox
 
Inurangers in Space (2002)
  • Mika Seido from Geneshaft the 18-year-old Red Space Ranger version of Andros voiced by Amanda Winn Lee
  • Mitsuhide Kuroda from Shootfighter Tekken the 21-year-old Green Space Ranger version of Adam Park voiced by Tom Wayland
  • Tsume from Wolf’s Rain the 21-year-old Silver Space Ranger version of Zhane voiced by Crispin Freeman
  • Tatsuya Kimura from Hajime no Ippo the 20-year-old Black Space Ranger version of Carlos Vallerte voiced by Grant George
  • Takako Kawashima from Shootfighter Tekken the 17-year-old Blue Space Ranger version of Theodore Jay “TJ” Jarvis Johnson voiced by Michele Knotz
  • Winry Rockbell from Fullmetal Alchemist the 14-year-old Yellow Space Ranger version of Ashley Hammond voiced by Caitlin Glass
  • Solty Revant from Solty Rei the 13-year-old Pink Space Ranger version of Cassie Chan voiced by Carrie Savage
 
Inurangers Lost Galaxy (2003)
  • Ryoma Sakamoto from Shura no Toki the 21-year-old Red Galaxy Ranger version of Leo Corbett voiced by Marc Diraison
  • Shinosuke from Inuyasha the 22-year-old Black Galaxy Magna Defender Ranger version of Mike Corbett voiced by Trevor Devall
  • Masaru Aoki from Hajime no Ippo the 21-year-old Blue Galaxy Ranger version of Kai Chen voiced by Stephen Apostollina
  • Akemi Takaishi from Shootfighter Tekken the 17-year-old Green Galaxy Ranger version of Damon Henderson voiced by Rachael Lillis
  • Rose Anderson from Solty Rei the 16-year-old Yellow Galaxy Ranger version of Maya voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard
  • Megumi Minami from Detective School Q the 14-year-old Pink Galaxy Heavenly Seraph Ranger version of Kendrix Morgan voiced by Hilary Haag
  • Maya Orihara from Ultra Maniac the 14-year-old Pink Galaxy Ranger version of Karone voiced by Philece Sampler
 
Inurangers Lightspeed Rescue (2004)
  • Ichiro Miyata from Hajime no Ippo the 20-year-old Red Lightspeed Rescue Ranger version of Carter Grayson voiced by Jason Palmer
  • Kyuzo from Samurai 7 the 21-year-old Titanium Lightspeed Rescue Ranger version of Ryan Mitchell voiced by Sonny Strait
  • Wakana from Inuyasha the 20-year-old Chromium Lightspeed Rescue Ranger version of Nancy Cooper voiced by Lalainia Lindbjerg
  • Kintaro Toyama from Detective School Q the 20-year-old Blue Lightspeed Rescue Ranger version of Chad Lee voiced by Sam Riegel
  • Karan from Inuyasha the 19-year-old Green Lightspeed Rescue Ranger version of Joel Rawlings voiced by Maggie Blue O’Hara
  • Ayu Tateishi from Ultra Maniac the 15-year-old Yellow Lightspeed Rescue Ranger version of Kelsey Winslow voiced by Stephanie Sheh
  • Nina Sakura from Ultra Maniac the 15-year-old Pink Lightspeed Rescue Ranger version of Dana Mitchell voiced by Carrie Savage
 
Inurangers Time Force (2005)
  • Kiichi “Kiibo” Miyazawa from Shootfighter Tekken the 22-year-old Red Time Force Ranger version of Wesley “Wes” Collins voiced by Michael Sinterniklaas
  • Takeshi Sendo from Hajime no Ippo the 22-year-old Red Shadow Time Force Ranger version of Alex Drake voiced by Doug Erholtz
  • Baki Hanma from Baki the Grappler the 23-year-old Quantum Time Force Ranger version of Eric Myers voiced by Robert McCollum
  • Kiba from Wolf’s Rain the 21-year-old Blue Time Force Ranger version of Lucas Kendall voiced by Johnny Yong Bosch
  • Toboe from Wolf’s Rain the 17-year-old Green Time Force Ranger version of Trip Regis voiced by Mona Marshall
  • Ran from Texhnolyze the 16-year-old Yellow Time Force Ranger version of Katie Walker voiced by Carrie Savage
  • Kaoru Ichinose from Detective School Q the 16-year-old Pink Time Force Ranger version of Jennifer “Jen” Scotts voiced by Tara Jayne Sands
 
Inurangers Wild Force (2006)
  • Ippo Makunouchi from Hajime no Ippo the 22-year-old Red Blazing Lion Ranger version of Cole Evans voiced by Steve Staley
  • Satella Harvenheit from Chrono Crusade the 22-year-old Emerald Leaping Deer Ranger version of Princess Shayla voiced by Tiffany Grant
  • Blue from Wolf’s Rain the 24-year-old Silver Howling Wolf Ranger version of Merrick Baliton voiced by Jessica Straus
  • Ichise from Texhnolyze the 22-year-old Black Iron Bison Ranger version of Danny Delgado voiced by Justin Gross
  • Katsushiro Okamoto from Samurai 7 the 19-year-old Blue Surging Shark Ranger version of Max Cooper voiced by Sean Michael Teague
  • Rosé Thomas from Fullmetal Alchemist the 20-year-old Yellow Soaring Eagle Ranger version of Taylor Earhardt voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard
  • Cheza from Wolf’s Rain the 17-year-old White Noble Tiger Ranger version of Alyssa Enrilé voiced by Sherry Lynn
 
There you have it, ladies and gentlemen. The Toonami-Era Inuranger team lineups that I have become very satisfied with. I can definitely work with these lineups for my Inurangers AU headcanon and be the happiest man, let alone Power Rangers partisan, ever. I am so much more motivated to give my Toonami-Era Inuranger team-ups, my Toonami-Era version of “Forever Red”, and the Adult Swim-Era of Inurangers as a fictional counterpart to the real-life Disney Era of the Power Rangers franchise, specifically Ninja Storm, Dino Thunder, S.P.D., Mystic Force, Operation Overdrive, Jungle Fury, and RPM a go. Now, with more motivation flowing within my system and being absolutely ecstatic with my Toonami-Era Inuranger lineups, I wish you a grand day. Take care, stay safe, and may the power protect you, everybody.

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