|“||This isn't possible!||„|
|~ Mirloc screaming after being defeated by Omega Ranger|
Mirloc is a minor antagonist in Power Rangers S.P.D.. He is the archenemy of Sky Tate, the S.P.D Blue Ranger. Mirloc is the criminal responsible for the death of Sky Tate's father. He appears only in the two-part episode "Reflection".
He was voiced by Mike Drew, who also voiced Emperor Mavro in Power Rangers Super Megaforce.
When the Power Rangers first learn about Mirloc, he's being held in a high security prison on a planet with no reflective surfaces because he can use them to escape. Sky goes to interrogate him for information about a copycat criminal named Slate. Mirloc agrees to tell him him what he knows, but convinces him into telling his saddest story. Sky tells them about his father the first S.P.D. Red Ranger, who was killed protecting the innocent. Mirloc torments Sky and uses one of his tears to escape, and laughs knowing that he was the one who killed his father. Mirloc uses his mirror to the core five of Rangers for Gruumm, and also manages to imprison the Omegamax Megazord, but the Omega Ranger destroys the mirror, which releases his captives.
The monster compliments the Rangers efforts but says that they still can't beat him, especially Sky, saying that he and his father are both worthless. This doesn't shake Sky's teammates one bit saying that their friend is a great Ranger like his father was, even so Mirloc still says that they're going down. Jack decides to prove the madman wrong permanently, Jack hands Sky his Delta Morpher and tells him to take his father's murderer down for good. Sky initially seems surprised and unsure, but Jack tells him that he has to do this for his father. Realizing that his friend is right, Sky takes the Morpher and becomes the Red Ranger. Mirloc still thinks that he will win no matter what color Sky is. Mirloc's arrogance is proven wrong when Sky uses the Battlizer to capture Mirloc in Containment Card. He is then sent to a prison on Verinox 12, where there isn't any sunlight, meaning that no reflections can exist for him to use as a means of escape.
- Mirloc's Super Sentai counterpart is Speckionian Genio.
- Mirloc resembles Monsieur D'Arque from Disney's Beauty and the Beast, both in appearance and personality.