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Power Rangers Monsters have always been very unique. They come in many different shapes, designs, and sometimes motifs depending on the season. However, the most unique monsters in Power Rangers are the ones whenever they either fuse multiple monsters parts together or just altering an older one by repainting it.
In this Ray’s Ramblings, I shall be reviewing all the Power Rangers Monsters that have been either hybrids or repaints of older monsters.
Grumble The Magic Elf
The cranky blue elf in the “Storybook Rangers” two parter is a repaint of the Season One monster Mr.Ticklesneezer wearing a Santa Claus costume.
This Abominable Snowman looking monster also from the “Storybook Rangers” two parter is a repaint of the monster Primator with some white hair added to it.
The last of the three “Storybook Rangers” remake monster, Turkey Jerk consists of being a hybrid of a repainted Chunky Chicken & Pudgy Pig.
Plague Patrol #1
Plague Patrol #1 consists of pieces from Scorpina’s scorpion form and the unused Kakuranger monster Bakeneko.
Plague Patrol #2
Plague Patrol #2 consists of pieces from the unused suit of Master Kaku from Dairanger and the unused Kakuranger monster Kamaitachi.
Plague Patrol #3
Plague Patrol #3 consists of the unused Dairanger villain Iron Face Zhang Liao and the saw arm from Merrick the Barbaric.
The contagious Repellator is a repaint of the Season 2 monster Silverhorn with a red tongue hanging out of its mouth.
The fangy Inciserator is a hybrid monster that consists of piece from three monsters which has the head of the unused Kakuranger villain Nurarihyon, the body of Merrick the Barbaric, and the cape of the unused Dairanger monster Birdcage Vagrant.
The alien that Bulk & Skull teamed up with to get out of Gasket’s Machine Arena has an arm and pieces of the head of the Mighty Morphin’ monster Saliguana.
Before the Chromites were used as General Havoc’s footsoldiers, one of the suits was repainted and used as a monster-of-the-week.
The “magnetic” Metal Mangler is a fusion of a repainted unused Ohranger villain Keris and the promotional Carranger monster Ballinger Z.
Debloom is a repaint of the Mighty Morphin’ monster Bloom Of Doom.
Bobogoat is a repaint of the Mighty Morphin’ monster Robogoat.
Vitrified Virus uses the repainted scaled down body of the Zeo monster Cruel Chrome and the repainted head of the Zeo monster Main Drain.
Fleeing Flea is a repaint of the Mighty Morphin’ monster Fighting Flea.
Hate Mistress is a hybrid monster that consists of the body of the Mighty Morphin’ monster Hate Master and the unused Kakuranger monster Karakasa.
Blue Grouperhead is a repaint of the Mighty Morphin’ monster Pirantishead.
The Silver Streaker uses the head of the Zeo monster Cruel Chrome and the repainted body of the Zeo monster Mean Screen.
Hardhairball uses the body of the Mighty Morphin’ background monster Yetiki and the shoulder pads of the Zeo Monster Cruel Chrome.
This electrical monster the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles destroyed is a hybrid monster that consists of a repainted body of the Zeo monster Varox and the head of the unused Ohranger monster Bara Police.
The kind-hearted Waspicable is a repaint and altered costume of the Mighty Morphin’ monster Grumble Bee.
The Golem Monster shown in the flashback of Dark Specter’s attack on KO-35 is a repaint of the Beetleborgs monster Ghoulum.
The monster that guarded the imprisoned Galactabeasts is a hybrid monster consisting of the repainted head of the Beetleborgs monster Mean Green Cannon Machine and the repainted body of the Beetleborgs monster Rocket Man.
The Bug Alien that delivered the Psycho Ranger key cards to Deviot has an altered head of the Insect Dreg from Beetleborgs Metallix.
The first demon the Lightspeed Rangers faced, Ghouligan is a semi-repaint of the monster form of Psycho Red.
The Cobra Monster Ryan had to fight to free himself of the Cobra Tattoo is a repaint of the Mighty Morphin’ monster Snizzard.
The main vilain of Master Org wears the Dairanger villain Shadam’s final costume.
The leader of the Mut-Orgs, Rofang is comprised of the repainted body of Darkliptor, the repainted head of the In Space monster Body Switcher, the boots of Prince Gasket, and the left shoulder of the Lightspeed Rescue monster Striking.
The second of the Mut-Orgs, Takach is comprised of the repainted left arm of the unused Ohranger monster Bara Police, the repainted right arm of the unused GoGo V monster Jeeruda, the repainted head of Striking, and the repainted body of the Gatekeeper from Lightspeed Rescue.
The last of the three Mut-Orgs, Kired is comprised of the wings of the unused GoGo V monster Zairen, the body of Mutated Deviot, the repainted right arm of the Beeteborgs Metallix monster Repgillian, and the boots of the Lost Galaxy monster Radstar.
Mesogog’s final form recycles the chest piece of the monster Skortch.
One of the aliens Jack & Z gave stolen clothes to has the head of the Mighty Morphin’ villain Baboo.
The monster who thought turning humans into parsnips was a good idea is a hybrid monster consisting of the head of Deviot, the body of the unused monster from Timeranger vs GoGo V Boribaru, and the repainted legs of the In Space monster Tankenstein.
One of Rhinix’s slime victims has the head of the Lost Galaxy monster Teksa.
An alien eating at Piggy’s has the head of the Lost Galaxy monster Rocketron.
An alien with the head of Arachnor is seen in the Delta Base as a cadet.
A patron at Piggy’s Cafe has the head of the Time Force monster Ironspike.
A patron at Piggy’s Cafe has the head of the Time Force monster Dash.
An alien sitting at a table next to Tomars has the head of one of the Gatekeeper’s from the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers Movie and the body of the Time Force robot Dragontron.
While mostly an original villain, Thrax costume reuses the chest and shoulder pads from Zeltrax.
An alien with the head & chest of Beevil and the arms of Broodwing is seen in one of Sledge’s Cells.
This alien traitor has the head of Dumbbell Bot and the body of Knight Bot from RPM.