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Go! Go! Loser Ranger!
WHO IS THE HERO... AND WHO IS THE VILLAIN? When the Monster Army invaded Earth thirteen years ago, the Divine Dragon Rangers rose up to stop them! With the war raging on, these great heroes are mankind’s last hope! ...or are they? In truth, the invaders were subjugated within a year, forced to continue to crank out a monster a week for the Rangers to crush in front of their adoring fans! But one monster has had enough. Something has to change! He'll rebel against the might of the Dragon Rangers and destroy them all...from the inside!
Sep 24, 2021
21 of ? chapters read
44 people found this review helpfulPreliminary
I think Negi forgetting writing and drawing a manga with none-romance-story, not Go toubun No Hanayome.
Athough Sentai Daishikkaku has a good story, drawing is not proportional to it, which decreases my enjoyment alot. I has stopped after 20 chapters and i'm not sure if i come back to it.
I don't suprise Sentai Daishikkaku hasn't got high score on MAL. Negi should consider his drawing skill and style if he wants to continue this manga.
For me, Go toubun No Hanaome is medicore, and Sentai Daishikkaku is even worse because when i'm writing this review, I'm amost forgot about its story. read more
Apr 13, 2021
9 of ? chapters read
16 people found this review helpfulPreliminary
The art is really well-done, though it's not particularly memorable in its own right. One gripe I have is that it's kind of hard to tell to tell the different rangers apart in black and white paneling. The helmets are unique, but don't do enough to distinguish the rangers from one another. That said, it's still better than 90% of the stuff I've been reading lately -- crisp and well-composed.
Bang on, and refreshing in that surprisingly western Fujimoto fashion. I've been impressed by Haruba Negi's ability to characterize so many characters in such quick strokes. The moral dilemma of reform vs. revolution has been handled excellently so far, and I'm genuinely invested in the protagonist. The humor is great, too. It's the kind of black comedy that manga usually fails to get right.
This is my pick for "hipster manga of 2021", and I'd easily rate this as the best current release I'm reading, alongside Dai Dark and Jujutsu Kaisen. Keep your eyes on this manga if nothing else -- I wouldn't be surprised to see this blow up over time. Go read it!