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Dai Sentai Goggle V
Number 4 (prior to 1995)
Number of episodes: 50
First episode: Ep. 1: The Invasion of Dark Science
Original airing: February 6, 1982 – January 21, 1983
Production Order
Sun Vulcan

Dai Sentai Goggle V (大戦隊ゴーグルファイブ Dai Sentai Gōguru Faibu?, translated into English as Great Squadron Goggle Five) is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. It was the sixth entry in the Super Sentai franchise of tokusatsu programs produced by Toei. It was broadcast TV Asahi from February 6, 1982 to January 21, 1983, with a total of 50 episodes. Was the most-watched Super Sentai series in Japan as of 2006.


Ever since the ancient times, the Dark Science Empire Deathdark has always been lying in shadows, manipulating the progress of various sciences that usually led to destruction of many human lives, as well as being responsible of the collapse of various ancient civilizations. In the present time, Dr. Hideki Hongou, already aware of the existance of Deathdark, formed the Future Science Laboratory in order to one day counter the rise of Deathdark and teach the future about constructive and good science.

During one of his trips to Wolfborg Castle in Germany, Dr. Hongou was ambushed by Deathdark soldiers, with its leader, Führer Taboo, declaring that the time has come for Deathdark to launch its goal of world conquest. Hongou was fortunately near a passing-by word class explorer, Ken'ichi Akama. Once the assault ended, Hongou drafted Ken'ichi to become the first member of Great Squadron Goggle V and along with the already-formed Computer Boys And Girls, gathered four more individuals to complete the team. Thus their battle to fight evil by Deathdark began.

Once one of Deathdark's great generals Grand Marshall Deathmark arrived, the attacks by Deathdark became more intense, culminating in one of his plans to have one of his subordinates (Mazurka) successfully infiltrate the Future Science Laboratory and blew it up. Despite the destruction of their base, the Goggle V evacuated to a smaller scale base and launched a counterattack, which eventually defeated not only Deathdark, but also Führer Taboo and ended the threat of Deathdark forever.



Goggle V

Goggle VEdit

Main article: Goggle V (team)
GoggleRed Kenichi Akama
GoggleBlack Kanpei Kuroda
GoggleBlue Saburo Aoyama
GoggleYellow Futoshi Kijima
GogglePink Miki Momozono


Dark Science Empire DeathdarkEdit


Category:Arsenal (Goggle V)


Category:Mecha (Goggle V)


Dai Sentai Goggle V Episodes


  • Opening: Dai Sentai Goggle V
  • Ending: Stop The Battle
  • Mecha Theme (Goggle Robo): Shutsugeki! Goggle Robo
  • Goggle V Action
  • Neppu Shadow
  • Flash! Goggle V
  • Goggle V no March ~We Are Goggle V~
  • Electric Magic Comboy
  • Dancing Goggle V
  • Moeru Otoko Goggle Red
  • Hanasaku Goggle Pink


Suit actorsEdit

Stage ShowsEdit


  • Goggle V introduces the format of the first five Rangers being Red, Black, Blue, Yellow and Pink. This format would be used by Dynaman, Maskman, Turboranger, Fiveman, Zyuranger, Megaranger, Boukenger and Goseiger.
  • Goggle V was the first series to have the title announced at the beginning of the opening credits.
  • Although Goggle V is mostly science-based, it has been constantly be referred as a rhythmic gymnastic team due to how their weapons looked like, which is ironic, as the only actual gymnast in the team is Miki Momozono.
  • This series was originally considered to be called GoGo-V, and later Mirai Sentai Miraiman, but eventually became Goggle V. The first name was reused 17 years later, while part of the second name was reused in the series after that.[1]
  • Masakazu Katsura's Weekly Shonen Jump manga Wingman referred to this series a few times with the main character influenced by Goggle V to become a sentai-like hero, even taking a rhythm gymnastics class in order to train to fight evil.
  • During the opening credits for Season 7-9 for the US Series The Facts of Life, a blow-up doll of GoggleRed can be see in the background for their store 'Over Our Heads'.
  • This is the only season to have a refrence to the word five in the title, yet not have a full sibling team.
  • Goggle V holds a TV show rating of 12.3%. [1]



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