Sentai Daishikkaku, or Go Go Loser Ranger, will get an anime adaptation. So far, there is no news on the cast or the release window. Shochiku will produce it, with Keiichi Satou (Tiger & Bunny) as the director. Negi Haruba, who wrote The Quintessential Quintuplets, wrote the original manga. [Thanks, Famitsu!]
As opposed to the romance-focused narrative of The Quintessential Quintuplets, Go Go Loser Ranger centers on superpowers and battles. The manga started serialization in February 2021 as part of Weekly Shonen Magazine. It draws clear inspiration from the sentai genre, though with a twist. The tagline for the show is “Who decides justice and evil?”
Go Go Loser Ranger follows the story of D, who is the foot soldier of a group of kaijin. Several years ago, a super sentai group called Dragon Keepers defeated the evil kaijin army. However, since then, the foot soldiers who survived the battle have to act out their defeat every weekend in front of a human audience. D decides to rebel against the status quo.
You can watch the trailer for Sentai Daishikkaku, or Go Go Loser Ranger, here:
Go Go Loser Ranger is in development, and more information on the anime adaptation will come out in the near future. The manga runs in Weekly Shonen Magazine, and Kodansha has localized the property in English.