The production of an anime adaptation of the Ranger Reject series has been confirmed, although the release date and studio are still unknown.
Even though the Winter anime schedule of 2023 has just begun, fans are eagerly anticipating what the year has in store for the industry.
The Ranger Reject IP, also known as ‘Go! Go! Loser Ranger!’ and ‘Sentai Daishakkaku,’ is one serial that has already acquired traction online.
As fans await word of a release date, here is all they need to know about Ranger Reject, including the plot and original manga series.
Ranger Reject Anime Adaptation Announced
The official website for the Ranger Reject (Loser Ranger) series revealed the production of an anime adaptation on December 6, 2022.
As of January 2023, neither the release date nor the production studio has been verified, but there are already online murmurs that the series will make its worldwide premiere later this year.
RANGER REJECT IS GETTING AN ANIME!?!?!? This better not flop pic.twitter.com/a5N3OdUFdT
— Haihefabones (@Mentalkokkaku) January 20, 2023
“Manga manufacturing can be a difficult and solitary task, comparable to throwing a ball into the middle of nowhere. “I felt rewarded by the anime adaptation as if I had been granted the chance to throw the ball back,” stated author Negi Haruba.
Director Keiichi Sato would add, “I have worked on numerous HERO films, but I accepted the invitation to direct after viewing a single line of dialogue.
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Where to Read the Original Manga Series
In Japan, eight complete Tankobon volumes of the Ranger Reject anime have been published as of January 2023.
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The good news is that two volumes of the series are already accessible in English:
- Volume 3 – February 21, 2023
- Volume 4 – April 18, 2023
- Volume 5 – June 20, 2023
- Volume 6 – August 22, 2023
Fans can purchase physical copies of the manga Ranger Reject from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Penguin Random House, and RightStuf.