Marvel VS Super Sentai is a (proof-of-concept for) fan-made crossover fighting game based on Marvel Comics (specifically the Marvel Cinematic Universe) and Toei Company's long-running Super Sentai TV series (including elements of it's American adaptation Power Rangers). Like many similar fan-made fighting games, it is supposed to run on the M.U.G.E.N. engine with a similar graphic style to Marvel VS Capcom and Marvel Superheroes VS Street Fighter, making it a spiritual successor (or possibly even a spinoff) to the Marvel VS Capcom series.

Playable Characters

Marvel  First Appearance Portrayer Super Sentai / Power Rangers First Appearance Portrayer
Shin Seigi Marvel VS Super Sentai Dacre Montgomery (EN) / Ryotaro Okiayu (JP) Aka Red (secret character) Boukenger VS Super Sentai (2006-7) Toru Furuya
Iron Man Iron Man (2008) Robert Downey Jr. Aka Renger GoRenger (1975) Naoya Makoto
Hulk The Incredible Hulk (2008) Mark Ruffalo Big One JAKQ (1977) Hiroshi Miyauchi
Thor Thor (2011) Chris Hemsworth Black Condor Jetman (1991) Toshihide Wakamatsu
Captain America Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Chris Evans Tyranno Ranger Zyuranger (1992) Yuuta Mochizuki
Black Widow Iron Man 2 (2010) Scarlett Johannson Tricera Ranger Zyuranger (1992) Hideki Fujiwara

Thor (2011)

Jeremy Renner Tiger Ranger Zyuranger (1992) Takumi Hashimoto
(Iron) Spider Man Captain America: Civil War (2016) Tom Holland Mammoth Ranger Zyuranger (1992) Seiju Umon
War Machine Iron Man 2 (2010) Don Cheadle Ptera Ranger (Slayer)

Zyuranger (1992)

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Boom! Studios, 2016) (Slayer)

Reiko Chiba
Sif Thor (2011) Jaimie Alexander Dragon Ranger Zyuranger (1992) Shiro Izumi
Phil Coulsn Iron Man (2008) Clark Gregg Ryuu Ranger Dairanger (1993) Keiichi Wada
Maria Hill The Avengers (2012) Cobie Smulders Kiba Ranger Dairanger (1993) Hisashi Sakai
Winter Soldier Captain America: Winter Soldier (2014) Sebastian Stan Hurricane Blue Hurricaneger (2002) Nao Nagasawa
Falcon Captain America: Winter Soldier (2014) Anthony Mackie Hurricane Yellow Hurricaneger (2002) Kohei Yamamoto
Ironheart Rescue Iron Man 3 (2013) Gwyneth Paltrow Deka Red Dekaranger (2004) Ryuuji Sainei
Ant Man Ant Man (2015) Paul Rudd Deka Blue Dekaranger (2004) Tsuyoshi Hayashi
Wasp Ant Man and the Wasp (2018) Evangeline Lilly Deka Green Dekaranger (2004) Yosuke Ito
Star Lord Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Chris Pratt Deka Yellow Dekaranger (2004) Ayumi Kinoshita
Rocket Raccoon Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Bradley Cooper Deka Pink Dekaranger (2004) Mika Kikuchi
(Adult/Teen) Groot Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Vin Diesel Bouken Black Boukenger (2006) Yasuka Saitou
Gamora Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Zoe Saldana Bouken Blue Boukenger (2006) Masashi Mikami
Drax Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Dave Bautista Shinken Green Shinkenger (2009) Shogo Suzuki
Mantis Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) Pom Klementieff Shinken Pink Shinkenger (2009) Rin Takanashi
Scarlet Witch Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Elizabeth Olsen Princess Shinken Red Shinkenger (2009) Runa Natsui
Vision Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Paul Bettany Shinken Gold Shinkenger (2009) Keisuke Soma
Dr. Strange Dr. Strange (2016) Benedict Cumberbatch Gosei Knight Goseiger (2010) Katsuyuki Konishi
Valkyrie Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Tessa Thompson Gokai Silver Gokaiger (2011) Junya Ikeda
Korg Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Taika Waititi Red Buster Go-Busters (2012) Katsuhiro Suzuki
Black Panther Captain America: Civil War (2016) Chadwick Boseman†(ADR only), TBD  Blue Buster Go-Busters (2012) Ryoma Baba
Shuri Black Panther (2018) Letitia Wright Yellow Buster Go-Busters (2012) Arisa Komiya
Nakia Black Panther (2018) Lupita Nyong'o King Ranger Ohranger (1995) Shoji Yamaguchi
Okoye Black Panther (2018) Danai Gurira Signalman Carranger (1996) Hochu Ohtsuka
Captain Marvel Captain Marvel (2019) Brie Larson Ginga Black Knight Gingaman (1998) Teruaki Ogawa
Loki Thor (2011) Tom Hiddelston Go Metal GoGo Five (1999) / Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (2000) Rhett Fisher
Yondu Udonta Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Michael Rooker Time Fire

Timeranger (2000) *Naoto

Marvel VS Super Sentai *Kaji

Jason Faunt (EN, Kaji only) / Shinji Kasahara (JP, both)
Nebula Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Karen Gillan Magi Mother Magiranger (2005) Azusa Watanabe
M'Baku Black Panther (2018) Winston Duke Zubaan Boukenger (2006) Tomokazu Seki
Nick Fury Iron Man (2008) Samuel L. Jackson Rinshi Green Gekiranger (2007) Yuka Hirata
Iron Majin (Boss) Marvel VS Super Sentai (202X) Robert Downey Jr. Lord Drakkon (Boss) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Boom! Studios, 2016) Jason David Frank

Assist Rangers


"One of Earth's greatest heroes is dead, and the other has taken over the world. Our last hope lies with a young man who still believes in what it truly means to be a hero." - Opening Narration.

The story takes place in an alternate timeline of Earth-199999, following a scenario where Iron Man kills Thanos on Titan during the events of Avengers: Infinity War, but then takes the Infinity Stones for himself. Five years later, Earth is ruled with an iron fist by the evil Iron Majin, and a young Japanese-American man named Shin Seigi becomes the next Captain America to oppose him and the ruthless Stark Administration. But rebuilding the Avengers will not be enough to save the Earth from it's greatest hero turned into the universe's greatest foe; Shin must embark with Spider Man, Ironheart Rescue, Groot, and Shuri to the Toei Tokuverse(with Black Widow joining up later), where they must earn the trust of the Super Sentai (GoRenger - Zyuohger) and rally them to their cause of justice.

A 50 episode web-anime called Marvel VS Toei Tokuverse, is also being planned on in lieu of an in-game story campaign,

  • beginning with a three-episode prologue depicting how Shin becomes New Captain America; (A live-action movie adaptation of this arc is also being considered).
  • then the next 41 planned episodes will follow an A/B plot model with a "monster-of-the-week" for each side;
    • one side focuses on Shin's team's exploits in the Tokuverse, meeting up with one Sentai team per episode, in reverse order from Zyuohger to GoRenger, and helping them destroy whatever animated Iron Man suit serves as the "monster of the week".
    • the other side focuses on Thor leading his own team in fighting Lord Drakkon and Iron Majin's alliance back on Earth-199999, with a returning Sentai villain as their "monster of the week".
  • and finally a six-episode endgame with all the heroes together for the decisive final battle.

Episode Guide

  1. Devil and God as One! I am Iron Majin!
  2. A Champion of True Justice! Captain America Returns!
  3. Into the Tokuverse! Seek out the Super Sentai!
  4. Instincts Awaken! Avengers VS Zyuohger!
  5. An Alliance Forged in Steel! Avengers VS Ninninger!
  6. On the Imagination Express! Avengers VS ToQger!
  7. Dino Charged Gaburincho! Avengers VS Kyoryuger!
  8. Our Resolve is Unbreakable! Avengers VS Go-Busters!
  9. The Dream to be a Showy Space Pirate! Avengers VS Gokaiger!
  10. Take off on the Wings of Courage! Avengers VS Goseiger!
  11. Samurais’ Journey through the Decade! Avengers VS Shinkenger!
  12. On the Highway to Justice! Avengers VS Go-Onger!
  13. Unleash the Beast Fist! Avengers VS Gekiranger!
  14. Great Adventure Overdrive! Avengers VS Boukenger!
  15. Magic is Courage! Avengers VS Magiranger!
  16. Misjudgment Day! Avengers VS Dekaranger!
  17. No Dino Guts, No Glory! Avengers VS Abaranger!
  18. A Storm is Coming! Avengers VS Hurricaneger!
  19. Hundred Beasts, United We Roar! Avengers VS Gaoranger!
  20. Force from the Future Past! Avengers VS Timeranger!
  21. Lightspeed Rescue Spirits Ablaze! Avengers VS GoGo V!
  22. The Galaxy's Lost Hope! Avengers VS Gingaman!
  23. Into Mega Space! Avengers VS Megaranger!
  24. Shift Back Into Turbo! Avengers VS Carranger!
  25. Ancient Reawakening! Avengers VS Ohranger!
  26. The Crane Princess of Divine Retribution Returns! Avengers VS Kakuranger!
  27. Iiiiit's Morphin' Tiiiiime!!!!! Avengers VS Dairanger + Kakuranger!
  28. A Legacy’s First Beginnings! Avengers VS Zyuranger + Dairanger!
  29. Black Wing Mystery Finally Solved! Avengers VS Jetman!
  30. Siblings of the Earth! Avengers VS Fiveman!
  31. Accelerate 'til Tomorrow! Avengers VS Turboranger!
  32. My Old Friend, Why Did You Do This? Avengers VS Liveman!
  33. For a Shining Future! Avengers VS Maskman!
  34. Supernova Flash! Avengers VS Flashman!
  35. Blitzkrieg Vengeance! Avengers VS Changeman!
  36. Bionic Spectrum! Avengers VS Bioman!
  37. Dynamite Explosion! Avengers VS Dynaman!
  38. The Great Rhythmic Offensive! Avengers VS Goggle V!
  39. The Dawn Approaches! Avengers VS Sun Vulcan!
  40. Electric Emission! Avengers VS Denziman!
  41. Trapped in a World of Hurt! Avengers VS Battle Fever J!
  42. The Cards Dealt by Fate! Avengers VS JAKQ!
  43. Secret of the Crimson Sun! Avengers VS GoRenger!
  44. The Legend Rides Again! Avengers VS Kamen Rider!
  45. Finale Part 1
  46. Finale Part 2
  47. Finale Part 3
  48. Finale Part 4
  49. Finale Part 5
  50. Finale Part 6


The game plays fairly identical to its spiritual predecessors, using such mechanics as hyper guages, character switching and duo/trio attacks. There is now an option for 1-on-1, 2-on-2, or 3-on-3 matches across all modes. Beating Arcade mode with two or three characters on your chosen team will unlock the same number of corresponding endings, regardless of who deals the final blow to the last boss.

In arcade mode, either Lord Drakkon or Iron Majin will be the final boss, depending on what characters the player has chosen:

  • 1 Marvel character in 1-on-1 mode, or two in 2-on-2 or 3-on-3 mode = Lord Drakkon
    • If a core Zyuranger is on your team with either of the latter two conditions met, upon defeating Drakkon, Daizyujin will show up and banish him to his dimension before the character endings play out.. If Dragon Ranger/Ryuu Ranger/Kiba Ranger is present, Dragon Caesar/DairenOh/Won Tiger will do it instead.
  • 1 Super Sentai character in 1-on-1 mode, or two in 2-on-2 or 3-on-3 mode = Iron Majin

Despite having an entire soundtrack of CPS2-style remakes of various music pieces throughout the MCU and Super Sentai series' long history, the game will also have CD-quality voiceovers and the option hear the music in their original "CD-quality" format.


coming soon...


  • Marvel VS Super Sentai can also qualify as an installment/spinoff of the upcoming "What If... " series to be released on Disney +.
  • The announcer of the game and narrator of the anime will be Richard Epcar, who not only voiced a handful of Saban Era Power Rangers monsters, but also Raiden in the more recent Mortal Kombat titles.
  • All the Super Sentai characters, playable and unplayable, will be voiced through archived recordings from their respective shows, mirroring the convention of Capcom characters speaking only Japanese in MVC 1 and 2.
    • The only exceptions are Go Metal(notably because he originated as an American exclusive ranger), Lord Drakkon, and Time Fire(the new version), who will have newly recorded dialogue for the game.
  • There will be no post-Zyuohger elements(rangers, villains, or mecha, etc.) appearing in the game or anime, due to Go-Busters being initially skipped over for localization, and now ToQger, Zyuohger, Kyuranger, and Lupinranger VS Patoranger being skipped over in favor of Ryusoulger. But there might still be some nods to Kyuranger, at least.
  • Aspects of the story are borrowed, or make nods to Injustice: Gods Among Us. The decision to have the anime and game compliment one another is also influenced by the Injustice game having it's exposition told through a comic series.
  • T'Challa (Black Panther) was originally planned to be on New Captain America's team, but was killed off and replaced by Shuri, due to his actor's untimely death(which was on "Power Rangers Day" of 2020).
    • But T'Challa may still have an active role if GokaiWhite decides to write a comic adaptation under the name "Marvel VS Power Rangers", which he's currently considering.

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