Power Rangers Monster Auctions Guide

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Ever wonder what happens to all those Monster du Jour costumes when their day in the sun is over? Usually, they go sit in a warehouse. But, once in a lifetime, they actually got sold!

Back in early 2003, shortly after the series changed hands from Saban Entertainment to Disney, some of the costumes that survived the fabled woodchipper were auctioned off on eBay by ABC Auctions.

Produced in Japan at a cost of roughly $20,000 U.S., these monsters were of a collection of rare screen costumes never before offered to the public. Presented with a wooden stand for display purposes, the costumes were also accompanied by a VHS tape of the episode in which they were featured.


Week One

Nuclifier

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the silvery villain known as Nuclifier, who unleashed his powers on “Power Rangers Zeo,” Episode 198 (titled “A Mystery to Me”), which first aired November 14, 1996.
Size:
costume approx. 42″ x 77″ x 30″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and cracked foam along its joints.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #44
  • Gingaman #36
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $362.66

Elephantitan

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous character Elephantitan, who loomed large over “Power Rangers in Space,” Episode 257 (titled “When Push Comes to Shove”), which first aired March 27, 1998.
Size:
costume approx. 71″ x 82″ x 31″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, one missing hand, damaged surface coating, and torn foam in several places.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #6
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $560.00

Power Driller

Description:
Anything but “boring,” this intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous character Power Driller, who unleashed his evil on “Power Rangers in Space,” Episode 261 (titled “The Great Evilyzer”), which first aired April 18, 1998.
Size:
costume approx. 40″ x 83″ x 75″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, and torn foam in several places.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #21
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $530.00

Punch a Bunch

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous character Punch a Bunch, who ran roughshod in “Power Rangers Zeo,” Episode 173 (titled “Challenges”), which first aired May 18, 1996.
Size:
39″ x 78″ x 24″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, and torn foam along several joints.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #20
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $415.00

Decibat

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous character Decibat, who broadcast his brand of evil in stereo in “Power Rangers Lost Galaxy,” Episode 325 (titled “Turn Up The Volume”), which first aired November 10, 1999.
Size:
40″ x 76″ x 21″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, missing hands and feet, and damaged surface coating.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #10
  • Gingaman #10
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $250.00

Silver Horns

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous character Silver Horns, who challenged the forces of good in Episode 87 of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” titled “The Power Transfer, Part 2,” which first aired November 9, 1994. The costume was later modified to appear in Episodes 117 and 118, titled “Ninja Quest, Parts 2 and 3,” which aired September 12 and 13, 1995.
Size:
costume approx. 66″ x 80″ x 32″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and missing hands and feet.
Origins:
  • Dairanger #42
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $306.01

Admiral Abominator

Description:
This somewhat Napoleonic costume was originally designed for the robotic villain Admiral Abominator, who cast his shadow over “Power Rangers Zeo,” Episode 179 (titled “Game Of Honor”), which first aired September 16, 1996.
Size:
costume approx. 56″ x 94″ x 27″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper and damaged surface coating.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #24
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $280.00

Pumpkin Sorceror

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous Pumpkin Sorcerer, the Jack-o’-lantern-of-one-trade who cast his spell over Episode 163 of “Power Rangers Zeo,” titled “Invasion of the Ranger Snatchers,” which first aired May 2, 1996.
Size:
costume approx. 42″ x 72″ x 27″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and missing hands.
Origins:
  • Zyu2
  • Chōriki Sentai Ohranger
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $360.06

Shockatron

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous character Shockatron, whose presence electrifies “Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue,” Episode 355 (titled “A Face From The Past”), which first aired August 26, 2000.
Size:
costume approx. 52″ x 80″ x 30″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and torn foam.
Origins:
  • Gogo V #14
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $710.00

Grumble Bee

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous character Grumble Bee, who put the sting on the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” in Episode 51 (titled “Grumble Bee”), which first aired April 28, 1994. The costume was later modified to outfit the character Waspicable in Episode 259 of “Power Rangers in Space,” titled “Grumble Bee” which aired April 4, 1998.
Size:
costume approx. 55″ x 78″ x 44″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, severed antennae, and torn foam in several places.
Origins:
  • Zyu2
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $440.00

Lunatick

Description:
This intricately detailed costume was originally designed for the villainous character Lunatick, who squared off against “Power Rangers in Space” in Episode 269 (titled “Survival Of The Silver”), which first aired October 3, 1998.
Size:
costume approx. 38″ x 78″ x 39″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, severed appendages, and torn or cracked foam in several places.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #22
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $405.89

Week Two

Darkonda

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the Darkonda Monster, who wreaked havoc in the season five cliffhanger (Episode 265) and the season six premiere (Episode 266) of “Power Rangers in Space,” titled “Flashes of Darkonda” (May 16, 1998) and “The Rangers’ Mega Voyage” (September 12, 1998), respectively.
Size:
costume approx. 44″ x 84″ x 24″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, severely damaged surface coating and torn foam in several places
Origins:
  • Megaranger #32
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $735.00

Wizlizard

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Wizlizard, who confronted our heroes in Episode 274 of “Power Rangers in Space,” titled “Always a Chance,” which first aired October 17, 1998.
Size:
costume approx. 33″ x 77″ x 47″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and badly torn foam in several places, especially on the tail and the crown of its head.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #4
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $765.00

Preying Mantis

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous character Preying Mantis, who preyed upon “Power Rangers in Space” in Episode 271 (titled “The Silver Secret”), which first aired October 14, 1998.
Size:
costume approx. 48″ x 85″ x 24″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and one missing hand.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #35
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $639.00

Freezard

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villain Freezard, who wages a cold war against “Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue” in Episode 362 (titled “In The Freeze Zone”), which first aired October 21, 2000.
Size:
costume approx. 58″ x 76″ x 30″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, badly torn foam (especially at the back of its head) and severed horns and teeth.
Origins:
  • Gogo V #31
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $635.00

Monsieur Stenchy

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Monsieur Stenchy, who cast his shadow over Episode 189 of “Power Rangers Zeo,” titled “Scent of a Weasel,” which first aired October 23, 1996.
Size:
costume approx. 39″ x 81″ x 32″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and torn foam in several places.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #36
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $450.00

Griller

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the musically inclined villain Wolfgang Amadeus Griller, who conducted a symphony of destruction in Episode 219 of “Power Rangers Turbo,” titled “Cars Attacks,” which first aired May 20, 1997.
Size:
costume approx. 36″ x 90″ x 24″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and missing hands.
Origins:
  • Carranger #2
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $409.17

Hatchasaurus

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the monstrous villain Hatchasaurus, who emerged from his shell in Episode 36 of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” titled “Birds of a Feather,” which first aired November 22, 1993.
Size:
costume approx. 38″ x 84″ x 32″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and torn foam in several places.
Origins:
  • Zyuranger #43
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $213.05

Miss Chief

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the incendiary villain Miss Chief, who was up to no good against the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” in Episode 125 (titled “The Potion Notion”), which first aired October 9, 1995.
Size:
costume approx. 36″ x 84″ x 24″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and torn foam in several places.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #47
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $515.00

Blue Globber

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous character Blue Globber, who showed his true colors against the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” in Episodes 140 and 141 (titled “Master Vile and the Metallic Armor, Pts. 1 and 2”), which first aired November 20 and 21, 1995.
Size:
costume approx. 32″ x 76″ x 21″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and missing hands.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #42
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $213.50

Katastrophe

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the feline villainess Katastrophe, whose claws came out against the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” in Episode 128 (titled “A Ranger Catastrophe, Pt. 2”), which first aired October 17, 1995.
Size:
costume approx. 33″ x 72″ x 16″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and badly matted tail fur.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #40
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $400.00

Mechanizer

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous character Mechanizer, who wreaked havoc on “Power Rangers Zeo,” Episode 168 (titled “Mr. Billy’s Wild Ride”), which first aired May 11, 1996.
Size:
costume approx. 60″ x 84″ x 36″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, broken appendages and one missing hand.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #4
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $490.00

Wolfbane

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous character Wolfbane, who ran afoul of “Power Rangers Zeo” in Episode 180 (titled “The Power Of Gold”), which first aired September 17, 1996.
Size:
costume approx. 42″ x 75″ x 36″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating (especially above the eyes) and torn foam in several places.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #26
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $117.50

Week Three

Fearog

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the multicolored monster Fearog, one of several villains who confront the “Power Rangers in Space” in Episode 261 (titled “The Great Evilyzer”), which first aired in the U.S. on April 18, 1998. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Megaranger,” the character was called “Gamanejire.”)
Size:
costume approx. 36″ x 72″ x 26″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, broken appendages and badly torn foam in several places (especially the face and head).
Origins:
  • Megaranger #17
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $280.00

Lantera

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Lantera, featured in Season 3, Episode 119 of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” titled “Passing the Lantern,” which first aired in the U.S. on September 19, 1995. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Kakuranger.” the character was called “Chouchin Kosou.”)
Size:
costume approx. 46″ x 78″ x 32″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, missing feet (and perhaps a missing right arm).
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #41
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $207.50

Somnibot

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the sleepy-eyed villain Somnibot, featured in Episode 183 of “Power Rangers Zeo,” titled “Rock-a-Bye Power Rangers,” which first aired September 23, 1996. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Ohranger,” the character was called “Baragasuka.”)
Size:
costume approx. 35″ x 68″ x 34″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, and missing hands.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #30
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $484.99

Soccadillo

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Soccadillo, whose goal is to defeat the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” in Season 1, Episode 57 (titled “Second Chance”), which first aired in the U.S. on May 4, 1994. (In Japan, the series was titled “Kakuranger.”)
Size:
costume approx. 34″ x 76″ x 24″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, and minor damage to the head, covered with duct tape.
Origins:
  • Zyu2
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $510.00

Fangenstein

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villain Fangenstein, featured in Season 3, Episode 130 of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” titled “Changing of the Zords, Part 2,” which first aired in the U.S. on November 1, 1995. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Kakuranger.” the character was called “Shutendouji.”) The costume reappeared later that season (this time without its head) outfitting one of the Barbaric Brothers (either Erick or Merrick) in Episode 148 (titled “The Alien Trap”), which aired February 8, 1996.
Size:
costume approx. 32″ x 80″ x 24″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, severely torn foam in several places, and one missing hand.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #1
  • Kakuranger #15
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $255.00

Count Nocturne

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Count Nocturne, who sinks his teeth into Episode 244 of “Power Rangers Turbo,” titled “Carlos and the Count,” which first aired in the U.S. on November 13, 1997. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Carranger,” the character was called “Oo Baton.”)
Size:
costume approx. 46″ x 53″ x 20″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and missing feet, hands and head.
Origins:
  • Carranger #40
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $150.00

Bloom of Doom

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Bloom of Doom, who squares off against the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” in Season 2, Episode 65 (titled “Bloom of Doom”), which first aired in the U.S. on September 17, 1994. (In Japan, the series was titled “Kakuranger.”)
Size:
costume approx. 42″ x 82″ x 28″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and missing hands, plus minor damage resulting from modification of the costume.
Origins:
  • Zyu2 #11
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $214.50

Clockster

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Clockster, who attempts to bend time to his will in Episode 229 of “Power Rangers Turbo,” titled “When Time Freezes Over,” which first aired September 19, 1997. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Carranger,” the character was called “T.T. Terurin.”)
Size:
costume approx. 34″ x 63″ x 16″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and a missing head.
Origins:
  • Carranger #24
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $250.00

Mace Face

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Mace Face, who battles the forces of good in the season three cliffhanger of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” (Episode 174, titled “Found And Lost”) and the season four premiere (Episode 175, titled “Brother, Can You Spare An Arrowhead?”) of “Power Rangers Zeo,” which first aired in the U.S. on May 20 and September 9, 1996, respectively. (In Japan, the series were titled “Kakuranger” and “Ohranger,” respectively.)
Size:
costume approx. 35″ x 68″ x 34″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, severely damaged surface coating and torn foam, including such missing appendages as claws and spikes.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #22
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $255.00

Marvo the Meanie

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Marvo the Meanie, who plots world domination in Season 3, Episode 120 of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” titled “Wizard For A Day”, which first aired in the U.S. on September 20, 1995. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Kakuranger.” the character was called “Amanojiyaku.”)
Size:
costume approx. 36″ x 72″ x 20″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam in several places and missing hands.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #33
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $305.00

Jetara

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Jetara, who turns his explosive fury against “Power Rangers Time Force” in Episode 380 (titled “Something To Fight For”), which first aired in the U.S. on February 17, 2001. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Timeranger,” the character was called “Jietsuka.”)
Size:
costume approx. 44″ x 76″ x 48″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam in several places, broken appendages and a nose piece that is not firmly attached.
Origins:
  • Timeranger #2
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $406.00

Rhinoblaster

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Rhinoblaster, who takes to the gridiron in Episode 58 of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” titled “Football Season,” which first aired in the U.S. on May 9, 1994. (In Japan, the series was titled “Kakuranger.”)
Size:
costume approx. 32″ x 72″ x 30″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and badly torn foam (especially at the top of its head).
Origins:
  • Zyu2 #17
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $480.00

Week Four

Tarantabot

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Tarantabot, featured in Episode 181 of “Power Rangers Zeo,” titled “A Small Problem,” which first aired in the U.S. on September 19, 1996. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Chouriki Sentai Ohranger,” the character was called “Barataranchora.”)
Size:
costume approx. 36″ x 56″ x 20″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, and the absence of two arms, its head and feet.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #29
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $113.50

Crumummy

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villain Crumummy, who awakens his ancient powers in Episode 309 of “Power Rangers Lost Galaxy,” titled “Stolen Beauty,” which first aired in the U.S. on October 2, 1999. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Seiju Sentai Gingaman,” the character was called “Moruga Moruga.”)
Size:
costume approx. 44″ x 78″ x 28″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, and one missing hand.
Origins:
  • Gingaman #27
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $566.87

Boo Hoo the Clown

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for Boo Hoo the Clown, a villain charged with amplifying the cries of children into a destructive force in Episode 159 of “Power Rangers Zeo,” titled “For Cryin’ Out Loud,” which first aired in the U.S. on April 27, 1996. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Chouriki Sentai Ohranger,” the character was called “Barabeibi.”)
Size:
costume approx. 50″ x 100″ x 35″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, soiled fabric, severed appendages and a missing eyepiece and feet.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #12
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $285.00

Visceron

Description:
This colorfully detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the character Visceron, a deep-space castaway who is enslaved and turned against the Rangers in Episode 209 of “Power Rangers Turbo,” titled “Transmission Impossible,” which first aired in the U.S. on May 2, 1997. (In Japan, the series was titled “Gekisou Sentai Carranger.”)
Size:
costume approx. 36″ x 58″ x 15″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, and missing feet, hands and head.
Origins:
  • Carranger #9
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $306.00

Red Villain

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit a fiery red villain featured in a “Power Rangers” episode.
Size:
costume approx. 48″ x 82″ x 26″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and torn foam.
Origins:
  • B-Fighter #36
Power Rangers Appearances:
BeetleBorgs Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $227.50

Lobster Villain

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit a crustacean villain that previously appeared as the fourth body switcher in “Power Rangers in Space,” Episode 268 (titled “Invasion Of The Body Switcher”), which first aired in the U.S. on September 26, 1998. (In Japan, the series was titled “Denji Sentai Megaranger.”)
Size:
costume approx. 54″ x 72″ x 33″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and badly torn foam in several places (especially on its face and the top of its head).
Origins:
  • B-Fighter #26
Power Rangers Appearances:
BeetleBorgs Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $182.50

Background Villain

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for an insectlike villain that previously appeared in which was previously featured in “Power Rangers Lost Galaxy,” Episode 313 (titled “Heir to the Throne”), which first aired in the U.S. on October 23, 1999. (In Japan, the series was titled “Seiju Sentai Gingaman.”)
Size:
costume approx. 34″ x 76″ x 24″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and badly torn foam in several places, including a large hole punched in the creature’s face, and the absence of hands.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #26
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $192.50

Body Switcher

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit the winged villain Body Switcher, which was previously featured in “Power Rangers in Space,” Episode 268 (titled “Invasion Of The Body Switcher”), which first aired in the U.S. on September 26, 1998. (In Japan, the series was titled “Denji Sentai Megaranger.”)
Size:
costume approx. 58″ x 62″ x 33″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and the absence of a head, hands and feet.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #49
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $339.78

Ironite

Description:
Resembling a tank with legs, this intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit Ironite, a heavily armored villain previously featured in “Power Rangers Lost Galaxy,” Episode 324 (titled “Protect the Quasar Saber”), which first aired in the U.S. on November 8, 1999. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Seiju Sentai Gingaman,” the character was called “Dangasu.”)
Size:
costume approx. 48″ x 82″ x 36″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and the absence of a head (although it is not known whether the costume originally featured one).
Origins:
  • Gingaman #44
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $260.00

Putanejire Villain

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for a porcine villain who served as a background character in “Power Rangers in Space,” Episode 291 (titled “Countdown to Destruction, Part I”), which first aired in the U.S. on November 20, 1998. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Denji Sentai Megaranger,” the character was named “Putanejire.”)
Size:
costume approx. 40″ x 67″ x 28″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and torn foam in several places, particularly in the crown and back of the head, and along the neckline, which is severed ear to ear.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #29
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $255.00

Wise Wizard

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for the villainous Wise Wizard, featured in Episode 299 of “Power Rangers Lost Galaxy,” titled “Double Duty,” which first aired in the U.S. on March 20, 1999. (In Japan, where the series was titled “Seiju Sentai Gingaman,” the character was called “Fudasoushou.”)
Size:
costume approx. 45″ x 63″ x 30″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, and the absence of its head, hands and feet.
Origins:
  • Gingaman #14
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $250.00

Body Switcher Villain

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for a furry, gremlinlike villain that previously appeared as the fifth body switcher in “Power Rangers in Space,” Episode 268 (titled “Invasion Of The Body Switcher”), which first aired in the U.S. on September 26, 1998. (In Japan, the series was titled “Denji Sentai Megaranger.”)
Size:
costume approx. 48″ x 60″ x 28″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, a missing hand and feet, and a broken plastic hand above its left shoulder.
Origins:
  • B-Fighter #39
Power Rangers Appearances:
BeetleBorgs Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $330.01

Week Five

Baranai Tomea Villain

Description:
This elaborately detailed silver-and-white costume was originally designed to outfit the villain called “Baranai Tomea,” featured in Episode 32 of the Japanese series “Chouriki Sentai Ohranger,” which was later adapted for English-speaking audiences as “Power Rangers Zeo.” (Baranai Tomea, however, was not featured in an English-language episode.)
Size:
costume approx. 30″ x 63″ x 14″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and the absence of its head, feet and hands.
Origins:
  • Ohranger #32
Power Rangers Appearances:
  • none
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $100.00

Blue-Faced Villain

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for a blue-faced villain featured in a “Power Rangers” episode that, in all likelihood, aired only overseas.
Size:
costume approx. 40″ x 76″ x 18″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam in several places, and missing hands and feet.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #51
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $250.00

Villain

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume was originally designed for a villain featured in Episode 26 of the Japanese series “Ninja Sentai Kakuranger,” which was later adapted for English-speaking audiences as Season Three of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.” (This costume, however, was not featured in an English-language episode.)
Size:
costume approx. 38″ x 74″ x 33″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn fabric and foam in several places (including a large foam segment torn from its chest), and missing hands and feet.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #25
Power Rangers Appearances:
  • none
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $162.25

Bear Villain

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume for an enormous bearlike monster was originally designed for a villain featured in an unidentified “Power Rangers” episode.
Size:
costume approx. 44″ x 84″ x 30″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits some wear and damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and matted fur.
Origins:
  • B-Fighter #42
Power Rangers Appearances:
BeetleBorgs Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $1500.00

Background Villain

Description:
This intricately detailed life-size costume representing a robed orange-and-red monster was originally designed to outfit a background villain that previously appeared in “Power Rangers in Space,” Episode 269 (titled “Survival Of The Silver”), which first aired in the U.S. on October 3, 1998. (In Japan, the series was titled “Denji Sentai Megaranger.”)
Size:
costume approx. 33″ x 78″ x 18″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and the absence of feet.
Origins:
  • B-Fighter #48
Power Rangers Appearances:
BeetleBorgs Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $250.00

Rodent Villain

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit a rodentlike villain featured in an episode of the Japanese series “Denji Sentai Megaranger,” which was later adapted for English-speaking audiences as “Power Rangers in Space.” (This costume, however, was not featured in an English-language episode.)
Size:
costume approx. 37″ x 80″ x 34″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, matted fur and the absence of one hand.
Origins:
  • Megaranger #12
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $292.43

Kasabake

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit the cyclopean villain Kasabake, featured in a Episode 27 of the Japanese series “Ninja Sentai Kakuranger,” which was later adapted for English-speaking audiences as Season Three of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.” (Kasabake, however, was not featured in an English-language episode.)
Size:
costume approx. 44″ x 65″ x 32″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam, broken appendages and missing feet.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #26
Power Rangers Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $425.00

Insect Villain

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit an insectlike villain featured in a “Power Rangers” episode.
Size:
costume approx. 33″ x 82″ x 27″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and one missing hand.
Origins:
  • B-Fighter #21
Power Rangers Appearances:
  • none
BeetleBorgs Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $491.00

Villain

Description:
Resembling a toxic cloud, this elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit a villain featured in Episode 22 of the Japanese series “Ninja Sentai Kakuranger,” which was later adapted for English-speaking audiences as Season Three of “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.” (This costume, however, was not featured in an English-language episode.)
Size:
costume approx. 44″ x 74″ x 28″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating and badly torn foam and missing segments in several places, especially the midsection.
Origins:
  • Kakuranger #22
Power Rangers Appearances:
  • none
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $100.00

Reptile Villain

Description:
This elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit a somewhat reptilian villain featured in a “Power Rangers” episode.
Size:
costume approx. 28″ x 72″ x 12″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, badly torn foam in several places, and flaking and shedding of the seaweedlike material draped from the figure.
Origins:
  • B-Fighter #2
  • B-Fighter #40
Power Rangers Appearances:
  • none
BeetleBorgs Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $100.00

Inside-Out Villain

Description:
Wearing its insides on the outside, this elaborately detailed life-size costume was originally designed to outfit a cyclopean villain featured in a “Power Rangers” episode.
Size:
costume approx. 35″ x 77″ x 20″; stand approx. 24″ x 24″ x 75″
Materials:
foam, plastic, metal, natural and synthetic fibers
Condition:
This costume exhibits considerable wear and some damage consistent with regular use during television production and subsequent storage, including but not limited to a sticking zipper, damaged surface coating, torn foam and missing hands.
Origins:
  • B-Fighter #28
Power Rangers Appearances:
  • none
BeetleBorgs Appearances:
eBay Item Details:
  • Final Bid: $250.00

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