Negi Haruba’s Go! Go! Loser Ranger! Manga Gets Anime Adaptation
Negi Haruba’s Go! Go! Loser Ranger! manga will be getting an anime adaptation, as announced by the anime’s official website. The website released a key visual and special project video for the series, which Keiichi Sato will direct.
The Go! Go! Loser Ranger! manga was originally launched in Weekly Shonen Magazine in February 2021, and the manga’s seventh compiled volume book was released on October 17. The manga is being published in English by Kodansha USA Publishing.
The manga takes place in a world where Earth has been ruled by a Monster Army that has invaded the planet for thirteen years. Since the invasion, a group of heroes named the Divine Dragon Rangers have risen to stop the Monster Army and are mankind’s last hope.
However, the invaders were defeated and subjugated within a year of the invasion but were forced to send out a new monster every week so that the Rangers could crush them in front of their fans.
One monster stands up to what is happening and tries to expose the Rangers and take them down from the inside.
Further details about the anime’s cast, staff, and release date are yet to be revealed.
About Go! Go! Loser Ranger!
Sentai Daishikkaku (Go! Go! Loser Ranger!) is a superhero-themed manga series by Negi Haruba and began serialization in February 2021 in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine. It is receiving a TV anime adaptation.
The story is set 13 years after the Villainous Army invaded and were defeated by the Dragon Keepers who later forced the enemies’ foot soldiers to reenact their defeat for entertainment.
Tired of the humiliation and almost slavery-like treatment, Footsoldier D decides to take revenger and infiltrates the Dragon Keepers as Hibiki Sakurama.
Sources: Go, Go Loser Ranger! Anime’s Official Website, Comic Natalie
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