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Sousuke Esumi/Go-on Red
Renn Kousaka/Go-on Blue
Saki Rouyama/Go-on Yellow
Hant Jou/Go-on Green
Gunpei Ishihara/Go-on Black
Hiroto Sutou/Go-on Gold
Miu Sutou/Go-on Silver
-Go-onger is the 32nd Sentai series, airing from 2008 to 2009 for 49 episodes.
-Go-onger was adapted as Power Rangers RPM in the United States.
-Go-onger, like Carranger, was more comedic and light-hearted. Also like Carranger, its adaptation represents an instance in which a light-hearted, comedic Sentai series became a darker Power Rangers season.
-Like Liveman, Go-Onger started out with three heroes (red, blue, and yellow) who are joined by two more (black and green). Go-Onger, however, adds an additional two later on (gold and silver).
-Go-Onger has a theme revolving around racing, animals, and the environment.
-EngineOh G-12 is a 12-piece fusion robo, the most of any Sentai. Shinkenger's SamuraiHaoh comes in second with eleven.
-Go-Onger is the second Sentai to feature additional warriors that do not share the same team name as the core team. Go-On Gold and Silver are called the Go-On Wings.
-Go-Onger is the first Sentai to feature a gold and silver warrior on the same team.
-Go-OnRed is the sixth red warrior to have a bird motif, following VulEagle, Red Falcon, Red Hawk, Hurricanered, and Magired.
-Go-Onger is the ninth Sentai to feature mecha that are a hybrid of animals and vehicles. For instance, Go-OnRed's partner, Speedor, is a fusion of a condor and a race car.
-Go-Onger is the first Sentai to feature suit motifs and mecha based on domesticated animals. Go-OnBlack and his partner, Gunpherd, are modeled after a German Shepherd. Go-OnGold and his partner, Toripter, are modeled after a chicken.
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