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Next Time on Mashin Sentai Kiramager: Episode 5

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Next Time on Mashin Sentai Kiramager: Episode 5

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Shovellow believes his partner to be the true leader of the Kiramagers in the next episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager, “Shovellow Overlooked”.

Episode 5: Shovellow Overlooked

Screenplay written by Naruhisa Arakawa
Directed by Katsuya Watanabe

As the leader of an esports team, Tametomo (Rui Kihara) pulls together its members. After a carwash, Shovellow is feeling distressed. He isn’t convinced that the leader is Juuru (Rio Komia) rather than Tametomo. Why is Tametomo not the leader of Kiramager? Shovellow thinks, “I know that the rule is that the Red Kirama Stone’s partner is the leader, but that’s not something you can rely on, so Tametomo is definitely the leader!” He’ll make Tametomo the leader by any means necessary. While Shovellow hesitates, news arrives that three Kirama Stones have been found on Earth. “I have a feeling my time is coming!” No one could have known that this suspicious comment from Shovellow would cause such a big commotion for the Kiramagers. 

Meanwhile, Joystick Jamen appears and can operate anything that uses a stick. Kiramager comes running, but Shiguru (Atomu Mizuishi) is being manipulated, which reduces the team to four people. The Kiramagers return to Kiramei Base in order to refine their strategy against Joystick Jamen. Thinking that Tametomo is the right leader because of his perfect analysis and correct instructions, Shovellow secretly digs up a Kiramei Stone found on Earth.

Sources: TV Asahi, Toei

All English translations are accredited to The Tokusatsu Network staff members. Please do not repost without crediting and directly linking back to the original Tokusatsu Network article.

Writer, editor, translator. Kaylyn is known as MarzGurl around the Internet as a video producer and a critic of fiction media, producing content not only for The Tokusatsu Network but also for Screenwave Media.

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