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Ryusoulger Final Live Tour 2020 Manga Adaptation Announced


Ryusoulger Final Live Tour 2020 Manga Adaptation Announced

The Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger Final Live Tour 2020 is adapted into a manga.

The Toei Tokusatsu Fan Club (TTFC) announced a manga adaptation of the Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger Final Live Tour 2020 story. The first of four chapters has been released digitally via the TTFC app as of February 20.

The TV series’ main writer, Junpei Yamaoka, said that he had written the Final Live Tour‘s story to follow after the end of the TV show. He thought it would literally stay as a dream, but a manga adaptation was green-lighted.

In addition to the seven main cast members, the villains Kreon, Wyzul, and Pricious appear in this original story. An original villian who is secretly researching the Ryusoul Tribe, Ryusoul Moria, also appears. A final fight unfolds against the Ryusoulgers’ faith in their tribe.

Creator: Saburo Yatsude
Writer: Junpei Yamaoka
Artist: Machiko Negishi
Publisher: Side Ranch

Summary of Chapter 1
Months have passed since Eras’s defeat. With the Druidon gone and peace having returned to Earth, Koh and the others go about their separate ways. One day, an elder senses something threatening in the air and calls the six back together.

The Ryusoulgers are happy to be reunited, but Druidons they once defeated reappear and attack relentlessly! Furthermore, Nada, the comrade they thought they had lost, reappears…

Cast/Staff Responses

Hayato Ichinose (Koh / Ryusoul Red)


“This is so hot it burns!!”

Yuito Obara (Towa / Ryusoul Green)

“A manga adaptation!
This should be fun.
Everyone, be sure to check it out too!!!”

Seiya Osada (Nada / Gaisorg)

“‘No room for doubt. Gaisoul Change!!!!!'”

Ryoko Shiraishi (Kreon – voice)

“Wait?! What?! What’s this?!
A manga…?!” 

Tomohiro Hatano (Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger opening theme singer)

This is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!”

The Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger Final Live Tour 2020 event was to be performed in seven cities/towns across Japan in March 2020, but all showings were cancelled to help restrict the spread of the COVID-19 virus. A drama CD adaptation of the tour was later available for sale in June 2020.

Sources: Toei Tokusatsu Fan Club, Oricon, Twitter

TeamTokuNet editor/translator living in Japan who also enjoys karaoke, papercraft, and dramas.

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