The first official poster for the upcoming tokusatsu film Jyosizu (roughly translated as "a girls team") is revealed to the Japanese media today. The comedy-action film is written/directed by Yuichi Fukuda, who is known by his 2013 controversial film HK/Hentai Kamen. It tells a story of a Super Sentai team consists of five modern and selfish girls. Can they fight against an evil army as the strongest super heroine team?
The girl's costumes are designed by manga artist Kazuhiko Shimamoto, who is also known as the original character designer for the 1994 TV anime Mobile Fighter G Gundam and currently working on the manga reboot of the anime titled Chokyu! Mobile Fighter G Gundam in Kadokawa Shoten's Gundam Ace since August 2010. Yuichi Fukuda's film writer debut was for the 2005 live-action film adaptation of Shimamoto's popular baseball manga Gyakyou Nine.
The five actresses who play the problematic super heroines are; Mirei Kiritani (Red/Naoko Akagi), Mina Fujii
(Blue/Mika aota), Mitsuki Takahata (Yellow/Yuri Kikawada), Kasumi Asumi (Green/Konoko Midoriyama),
and Mitsuki Yamamoto (Navy/Sumire Konno). The theme song "Jyoshi's Theme" is sung by popular anime
voice actor Daisuke Namikawa. The film hits Japanese theaters on June 7.
The poster visual
Mirei Kiritani as Red