Power Rangers has been on TV for almost 30 years, and many Rangers have joined the team during that time. After season six, a new group of Rangers was added nearly every year. This means that there are now more than 100 Rangers. Some of the characters are well-known, and many are still fan favourites.
Most of the time, these fan-favourite rangers are also some of the strongest characters in the franchise.
The Most Powerful Rangeandros (Red Ranger, in Space)
Andros is the only Ranger who can say that they topped the end of all life in the universe by himself. At the end of Power Rangers in Space, Andros destroys Zordon’s container to rid the galaxy of evil and save Earth and many other planets from Astronema’s army.
Rs usually have the power of a supervillain who can take over the world. The different Sixth Rangers are often the best, but this isn’t always the case. Most of the time, the most potent rangers have the most gear and weapons.
Also, Andros makes his first TV appearance as he fights Rita and the Machine Empire in a room full of the most dangerous enemies the Rangers have ever faced. After getting away from the bad guys quickly, he joined up with his fellow Turbo Rangers to form the In Space Rangers.
Kimberly Hart (Pink Ranger, Mighty Morphin)
Kimberly Ann Hart, the first Pink Ranger in the Power Rangers franchise, has shown a lot of growth and success in the many Power Rangers media she has been in.
During the TV show, she went from being a shallow and immature valley girl to a more mature person. In the Boom! Studios comics, she gets the Dragon Shield and the Dragon Dagger during the fight between the Power Rangers and the troops led by the lousy guy Lord Drakkon.
Kimberly’s counterpart in an alternate world also became a mean ranger called the Ranger Slayer. Before the Ranger Slayer broke free of Lord Drakkon’s control over his mind, he worked for the bad guy. After Drakkon was defeated, the Ranger Slayer moved up in her timeline to become Lord Drakkon.
Adam Park (Black Ranger, Mighty Morphin; Green Ranger, Zeo & Turbo)
Adam Park was the second Mighty Morphin Black Ranger. He went on to become one of the Rangers with the longest careers. Later, he would change into the Green Zeo Ranger, sti would change into the Green Turbo Ranger. In the middle of the fifth season, he would pass the role on to Carlos.
Park is a fan-favorite character from the show, and he has earned a lot of respect and admiration over his many years of service as a Ranger. In the past, he has fought against Rita, Zedd, and the Machine Empire. He camereturnedthe episode “Operation Overdrive,” which was the 15th anniversary of the Power Rangers franchise.
He showed why he was among the best Rangers in the franchise’s history.
Eric Myers (Quantum Ranger, Time Force)
Eric wasn’t always a ranger. He used to work as a soldier for the Silver Guardians, a terrorist group now a for-profit organization. He was someone who knew the Time Force Red Ranger, Wes, a long time ago. Before the events of Time Force happened, Eric stopped talking to Wes because he thought that their different social statuses made it impossible for Wes to understand him.
As the Quantum Ranger, Eric had one of the most potent arsenals and Zords in the series. His Q-Rex was terrific, and the fact that he could use quantum energy to power it set him apart from most of his fellow Rangers. During his time with Time Force, he stays a loner and never becomes an official team member, even though they are always working together.
Merrick Balitton (Lunar Wolf Ranger, Wild Force)
Merrick Baliton was a brave warrior from the legendary country of Animarium before the Wolf Mask turned him into the monster known as Zen-Aku. As Zen-Aku, he was one of the most formidable enemies the Wild Force rangers had ever faced. The animation was where Merrick lived.
Over time, he was able to get rid of the evil that had been inside him. He then became the Lunar Wolf Ranger and joined the team. He still prefers being alone to being with the other Rangers. But he was more than willing to help the section, and because of that, he became one of the best Rangers in the team’s history.
Magna Defender (Ranger Ally, Lost Galaxy)
Fans of the show often have different ideas about whether or not the Magna Defender is a Power Ranger. The first Magna Defender didn’t have a Morpher and couldn’t change in any way. He recently took on the identity of Mike Corbett, the brother of the Red Ranger of Lost Galaxy, Leo Corbett.
The Magna Defender will separate from Mike’s body at some point, but Mike will still have the power of the Magna Defender. In all but name, the Magna Defender was the Sixth Ranger in the Power Rangers Lost Galaxy franchise. The Defender was a formidable opponent who could do amazing things with his strength and stamina during the fight.
Leanbow (Wolf Warrior, Mystic Force)
The Wolf Warrior, a Power Ranger who wears a lot of armor, is one of the scariest villains in the whole show. He used to be a good wizard named Leanbow, but he was corrupted and turned into Koragg, the Knight Wolf, an evil servant.
He was then cured of his evilness and joined the rangers as the Wolf Warrior, where he showed off his incredible strength. He was the team’s tank because he had so much armor. He could handle almost anything thrown at him—virtually all of the rangers who were first shown as enemies ended up in this situation.
Jason Lee Scott (Red Ranger, Mighty Morphin; Gold Ranger, Zero; et al.)
Jason Lee Scott is one of the most well-known characters from the first few seasons of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, and he is also often thought of as one of the strongest Power Rangers in the whole series. He was in charge of the first team of Power Rangers when they fought Rita.
He beat a small army of monsters all by himself and even became the Gold Zeo Ranger. He recently came back to the Power Rangers franchise as a member of the Beast Morphers. He worked with a nuseveralferent Power Ranger teams to defeat Goldar Maximus.
In the Power Rangers comics by Boom!, he leads an army of Rangers into battle against Lord Drakkon’s armies to save the whole Power Rangers universe. He has become an icon for a good reason.
Anubis “Doggie” Kruger (Shadow Ranger, SPD)
Anubis “Doggie” Kruger, an alien with a dog’s face, is one of the most well-known and liked characters in the series. He also happens to be one of the strongest people around. He was in charge of the SPD division on Earth and was thought to be the last person of his kind.
Doggie was the SPD Power Rangers’ guide at the show’s start, but he eventually got his Morpher and turned into the Shadow Ranger on his own. As the Shadow Ranger, he could take out an entire army of enemies by himself. With his deadly blade and years of experience, Doggie shows he can do more than play fetch.
Tommy Oliver Was a Sailor (Master Morpher)
Tommy Oliver gets so much attention in the show that it’s almost funny. Many fans and people who work on the front put Tommy on a pedestal that the other rangers can’t reach. This makes it nearly impossible for the other rangers to compete with Tommy.
Does the fact that he is the most famous Ranger ever make him the most powerful Ranger in the series’ history? He could keep up with the other Power Rangers when they were all together because he was the Green Mighty Morphin Ranger. As the White Ranger, he was evening than before and had a legendary sword that could talk to him.
As the Red Zeo Ranger, he used energy in the Zeo crystals to his advantage. He can hide in plain sight because he’s the Black Dino Thunder Ranger. Now that he has the Master Morpher, he can change into any of his previous Power Rangers. Because he has so many advantages, he is undoubtedly the most powerful Ranger in the series’ history.