From Out of Nowhere are the first and second episodes of Power Rangers in Space: Revisited. This episode follows up directly from the finale of Power Rangers: Aero.


Carlos is in awe.


Alpha expresses his joy over having his voice back.

Part 1



Ashley shushes Alpha and tells him to stay in the hallway (Delta is a few steps behind).


Alpha reveals the use of the black box that he and Delta uncovered in the Power Chamber's ruins.

Continuing from the end of "Chase into Space", Telissa travels to the Cimmerian planet, where she is seen attending a massive party of various villains within the Power Rangers: Revisited franchise. She brags to Rita Repulsa, Lord Zedd, and countless other attendees about her victory over the Aero Rangers and the destruction of the Power Chamber. However, she does not realize that the Chamber has reformed itself again, this time with an impenetrable force field placed around it.

Dark Specter, who claims to be the monarch of all evil appears, and tells the attendees that he has captured Zordon, and is draining him of his strength. Once he is fully drained, the lava rising from the base of his energy tube would ultimately destroy him, "extinguishing the power forever." Lord Zedd proposes a toast to Dark Specter's victory, and everyone drinks except for a cloaked figure at the end of the table. Astronema, who is rumored to be the next Queen of Evil, accuses him of being a spy, and a fight ensues. Goldar manages to remove the man's cloak, revealing him to be a Red Ranger. Before he can be stopped, he calls on his Galaxy Glider to escape. Rita and Telissa compete over who will be sent to capture him, but Dark Specter chooses Astronema instead. She is given the Dark Fortress, a powerful space ship, and is sent off to capture the Ranger.


Carlos assesses Alpha's voice circuits.


Alpha 5 gets used to the bridge's controls whilst TJ looks on.

Meanwhile, aboard the Space Shuttle, it is revealed that Alpha 5's voice chip is now damaged completely, causing him to speak unintelligibly, save for a few random words now and again. He also has developed a bad cold thanks to Telissa. When the shuttle appears to be on a collision course with a massive ship, the Astro Megaship, it fires a tractor beam to pull the Rangers in. They disembark and explore the ship, but find no one on it.

Barely escaping Astronema's foot-soldiers, the Quantrons, the mysterious Red Ranger makes his way back to his ship, only to find the Rangers, Delta 4 and Alpha 5 on board. Believing them to be enemies, he runs from them at first, then attacks, but is interrupted by Astronema's forces firing on the Astro Megaship, damaging the engine. T.J. and Alpha repair the broken engine, saving it from crash landing on Jupiter, however, they still are forced to make an emergency landing. When the Quantrons attack on the ground, the Red Ranger leaves the ship to stop them, but not before T.J. and the others join him to help fight them off.



Alpha undergoes voice repair.


Alpha thanks Andros for restoring his true voice.


  • First appearance of Andros, Dark Specter, and Astronema.
  • First appearance of the Astro Megaship.
  • Lord Zedd and Rita appear for the first time since "Aero: A Power Rangers Adventure".
  • Andros does not appear unmorphed in this episode, nor is he named. None of the other Rangers appear morphed in this episode, due to not yet receiving new morphers.
  • Paul Schrier (Bulk) and Jason Narvy (Skull) are credited but do not appear in this episode.

Part 2



Cassie suggests that they head to Earth to make repairs.


Alpha looking out at Earth.

After defeating the Quantrons on the surface of Jupiter, the Rangers return to the Astro Megaship. The mysterious Red Ranger reveals himself to be Andros, a human living on a space colony known as KO-35. Andros works on repairs to the ship to allow it to take off again, while Carlos attempts (and fails) to restore Alpha 5's speech. Andros tells the Rangers that he is going to send them off back to Earth as he searches for Zordon alone, stating that he doesn't need help from "planetary Rangers" that don't know anything about space.

Andros repairs Alpha's voice chip, and the Rangers return to the surface of Jupiter to board the NASADA shuttle and return home, only to realize that Alpha and Delta have gone missing. On board the Megaship, Alpha tries to convince Andros that he can't save Zordon alone, and needs as much help as he can get. When Andros rudely refuses, Alpha finally loses his patience and snaps at him, and Andros is forced to reconsider. Meanwhile, Astronema attacks the former Aero Rangers in an attempt to gain Andros' location. When the Rangers refuse to talk, she orders their deaths. Before this can happen, the Astro Megaship appears, taking out the Quantrons that held the Aero Rangers hostage. Andros disembarks, giving each ranger their own Astro Morpher. The group morphs into the Space Rangers, and take down the remaining Quantrons.

Once back on the Astro Megaship, Andros takes off with one of Astronema's fighters in pursuit. While Alpha fiddles with the black box he had recovered from the destroyed Power Chamber, the ship exchanges blows with the Astro Megaship, the latter losing the fight. Finally, Alpha deciphers the code that allows the NASADA shuttle to combine with the Astro Megaship to form the Astro Megazord, all "part of Zordon's master plan." Once the Megazord is formed, it destroys the fighter that was after it in a single blow.

After the battle, Andros explains that supplies are needed to repair the Astro Megazord, as it was damaged in the battle. Cassie suggests they head back to Earth to enlist the aid of NASADA, and Andros somewhat reluctantly agrees. Delta sets course for Earth, while in Alpha's quarters he calls his friends on his videophone to inform them of his new living quarters. Seeing this change in course, Astronema gives pursuit, saying she is willing to destroy the entire planet if she has to in order to stop the Rangers from saving Zordon.


  • Christopher Khayman Lee as Andros (Red Space Ranger)
  • Selwyn Ward as T.J. Johnson (Blue Space Ranger)
  • Roger Velasco as Carlos Vallerte (Black Space Ranger)
  • Tracy Lynn Cruz as Ashley Hammond (Yellow Space Ranger)
  • Patricia Ja Lee as Cassie Chan (Pink Space Ranger)
  • Julie Maddalena as D.E.C.A. (voice)
  • Donene Kistler as Alpha 5
  • Wendee Lee and Brianne Siddall as Alpha 5's test voices (uncredited)
  • Richard Horvitz as Alpha 5 (voice) and Theodore "Ted" Swanson (on videophone)
  • Amy Jo Johnson as Kimberly Hart (on videophone)
  • Sandi Sellner as Delta 4
  • Kristen Lazarian as Delta 4 (voice)
  • Melody Perkins as Astronema
  • Walter Lang as Rygog (voice)
  • Blake Foster as Dylan Peterson (former Blue Aero Ranger)


  • First appearance of the Blue, Black, Yellow, and Pink Space Rangers.
  • First appearance of the Astro Morphers.
  • Alpha 5's voice chip was supposedly damaged beyond repair after the destruction of the Power Chamber, as stated by Carlos and TJ; however, it was only mildly damaged throughout the previous episode, mangling one or two words, and referring to Ashley as "Eddie" and Cassie as "Sashie" in the previous episode. Delta 4, however, has no voice circuit damage at all, as she herself states.
  • Due to footage reuse, Andros is shown morphed (sans helmet) while Alpha is talking about the Astro Megazord, and in the next shot, he is fully unmorphed.
  • Hilary Shepard Turner has been removed from the opening credits while Christopher Khayman Lee and Melody Perkins have been added.
  • Paul Schrier (Bulk) and Jason Narvy (Skull) are credited but do not appear in this episode.
  • Astronema's "Sphinx Ship" in this episode was thought by many viewers to be the Dark Fortress, until the actual Fortess was used.


  • The Petrapod had a seat at the main banquet table despite not being a main villain.
  • At the rate the lava was rising in Zordon's tube, he should have been drained of his powers within minutes.
  • Andros's black gloves vanished when his robe was taken off.
  • The Megaship was shown to have the shuttle's fins protruding from its front before it arrived.
  • When Andros let go of his Spiral Saber it dropped down, despite their being no 'down' in space.
  • DECA reported that the Megaship was falling from "200 meters", but the ship was then shown to be falling from much higher.
  • How did the Rangers not notice Alpha and Delta were missing before the Megaship left?
  • Alpha's voice showed some signs of being damaged during Chase into Space (when his voice starts to garble a bit after the Power Chamber explosion), and yet it is damaged completely in this episode. Fortunately, Andros fixes Alpha's speechboard and the little robot goes back to normal.
  • Alpha cheerfully proclaimed he is going to call all his friends on the videophone in his quarters, but he only called Ted and Kim onscreen.
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