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* SdrawkcabName: A play on it, "Red-san" as many characters adress to Sunred, his name is spelled in japanese as ''Sanreddo'' or Sanred; just separate ''San'' and ''Red'', place it in reverse order, and you have Redsan, the ''Red-san''. The characters are being polite by adding the honofric and spelling his name backwards at the same time.

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* SdrawkcabName: A play on it, "Red-san" as many characters adress to Sunred, his name is spelled in japanese as ''Sanreddo'' or Sanred; just separate ''San'' and ''Red'', place it in reverse order, and you have Redsan, the ''Red-san''. The characters are being polite by adding the honofric honorific and spelling his name backwards at the same time.



* SuperSenses -- The manga states that Sunred can detect any sound within a 10 Km ratius. He also has razor-sharp eyesight, and his mask renders him immune to inhaled allergens and toxins (probably justifying how he can smoke so much with no bad effects).

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* SuperSenses -- The manga states that Sunred can detect any sound within a 10 Km 10-km ratius. He also has razor-sharp eyesight, and his mask renders him immune to inhaled allergens and toxins (probably justifying how he can smoke so much with no bad effects).



* SupportingProtagonist -- Sunred is this, even though the series carries his name, the story is mostly about Florsheim Members' lives and how it interacts with the titular hero; case in point is how many named and recurring characters Florsheim has in comparison to Sunred's friends, there's a great contrast in it. The manga is not subtle about it, all Volumes published so far had Vamp, his lackeys or any variation potraying the Florsheim organization in the cover, while Sunred himself does not appear in the covers, only in inside color arts.

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* SupportingProtagonist -- Sunred is this, even though the series carries his name, the story is mostly about Florsheim Members' lives and how it interacts with the titular hero; case in point is how many named and recurring characters Florsheim has in comparison to Sunred's friends, there's a great contrast in it. The manga is not subtle about it, all Volumes published so far had Vamp, his lackeys or any variation potraying portraying the Florsheim organization in on the cover, covers, while Sunred himself does not appear in rarely appears on the covers, only in inside color arts.



* TalkingToHimself -- In the anime. Sunred, Kayoko, Vamp and Hengel are the only ones who have unique voice actors, with the remaining Florsheim monsters and background characters sharing a handful of voice actors. This trope naturally ensues.

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* TalkingToHimself -- In the anime. Sunred, Kayoko, Vamp Vamp, Combat Goon #1, Hengel, and Hengel Night Owl are the only ones who have unique voice actors, with the remaining Florsheim monsters and background characters sharing a handful of voice actors. This trope naturally ensues.


* ProgressivelyPrettier: Kayoko's beauty evolution in the manga also coincides with her character and importance growth within the series; in the begining her role wasn't clearly defined, only that Sunred lived off her was, but other characteristics such as working at an insurance firm, being on friendly terms with Vamp, getting more recurring appearances, all of this only came when Kayoko was stabilished as Sunred's pretty and independant girlfriend.

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* ProgressivelyPrettier: Kayoko's beauty evolution in the manga also coincides with her character and importance growth within the series; in the begining her role wasn't clearly defined, only that Sunred lived off her was, but other characteristics such as working at an insurance firm, being on friendly terms with Vamp, getting more recurring appearances, all of this only came when Kayoko was stabilished estabilished as Sunred's pretty and independant independent girlfriend.


* NotSoHarmlessVillain -- Florsheim only looks weak [[spoiler:because Sunred is just incredibly out of their league when it comes to power; the Devil Eye Army learns this the hard wa]].

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* NotSoHarmlessVillain -- Florsheim only looks weak [[spoiler:because Sunred is just incredibly out of their league when it comes to power; the Devil Eye Army learns this the hard wa]].way]].


** The Devil Eye Army's appearance in Kawasaki is supposed to show the viewers what a real villain group is like, as their main monster is said to have killed three previous heroes. They want Sunred as their next hero, but he tells them Florsheim had first dibs and to take it up with them first. Kayoko is horrified that Red has apparently sent Florsheim to their doom but he assures her they aren't weak. [[spoiler:He's just that much more powerful than them. Across town, the monster uses his hero-killing move on Vamp only for it to get [[NoSell No-Selled]] by Armor Tiger while he's off-duty and wearing a track suit. What follows (off-screen) is a CurbStomp and Vamp chastising Devil Eye Army's leader for making Florsheim look bad due to their [[FelonyMisdemeanor poor manners and juvenile delinquent behaviors]].]]

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** The Devil Eye Army's appearance in Kawasaki is supposed to show the viewers what a real villain group is like, as their main monster is said to have killed three previous heroes. They want Sunred as their next hero, but he tells them Florsheim had first dibs and to take it up with them first. Kayoko is horrified that Red has apparently sent Florsheim to their doom but he assures her they aren't weak. [[spoiler:He's just that much more powerful than them. Across town, the monster uses his hero-killing move on Vamp only for it to get [[NoSell No-Selled]] by Armor Tiger while he's off-duty and wearing a track suit. What follows (off-screen) is a CurbStomp and Vamp chastising Devil Eye Army's leader for making Florsheim look bad due to their [[FelonyMisdemeanor poor manners and juvenile delinquent behaviors]].behaviors]], while Armor Tiger is worried he hurt them too badly.]]


** When the Devil Eye Army moves into town and tries to become Sunred's new villain group, he convinces them to handle matters with Florsheim as they were his arch-enemies first. When Kayoko learns that Red has sent a set of competent villains, including one who claims to have killed three heroes before, off to face Florsheim, she is horrified that he has essentially signed Vamp and the others' death sentences. Cue Vamp crossing paths with the Devil Eye Army alone. Back at Kayoko's apartment, Red reassures her by telling her that the members of Florsheim aren't weak. [[spoiler:He's just far too strong for them. Just as the hero-killer monster is about to strike, his attack is [[NoSell No-Selled]] by Armor Tiger in his civilian track suit. The next scene shows a post-CurbStomp Devil Eye Army, Armor Tiger worried he hurt them too badly, and General Vamp lecturing their leader on [[FelonyMisdemeanor his poor manners and how his group acts like juvenile delinquents, bringing Florsheim into disrepute]].]]

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** When the The Devil Eye Army moves into town and tries Army's appearance in Kawasaki is supposed to become Sunred's new show the viewers what a real villain group, he convinces them to handle matters with Florsheim group is like, as they were his arch-enemies first. When Kayoko learns that Red has sent a set of competent villains, including one who claims their main monster is said to have killed three heroes before, off previous heroes. They want Sunred as their next hero, but he tells them Florsheim had first dibs and to face Florsheim, she take it up with them first. Kayoko is horrified that he Red has essentially signed Vamp and the others' death sentences. Cue Vamp crossing paths with the Devil Eye Army alone. Back at Kayoko's apartment, Red reassures her by telling her that the members of apparently sent Florsheim to their doom but he assures her they aren't weak. [[spoiler:He's just far too strong for that much more powerful than them. Just as Across town, the hero-killer monster is about to strike, uses his attack is hero-killing move on Vamp only for it to get [[NoSell No-Selled]] by Armor Tiger in his civilian while he's off-duty and wearing a track suit. The next scene shows What follows (off-screen) is a post-CurbStomp CurbStomp and Vamp chastising Devil Eye Army, Armor Tiger worried he hurt them too badly, and General Vamp lecturing their Army's leader on for making Florsheim look bad due to their [[FelonyMisdemeanor his poor manners and how his group acts like juvenile delinquents, bringing Florsheim into disrepute]].delinquent behaviors]].]]


* NotSoHarmlessVillain -- Florsheim is made to look weak [[spoiler:until a rival villain group steps on their territory. They ''are'' strong, just weaker than Sunred]].

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* NotSoHarmlessVillain -- Florsheim is made to look only looks weak [[spoiler:until a rival villain group steps on [[spoiler:because Sunred is just incredibly out of their territory. They ''are'' strong, just weaker than Sunred]].league when it comes to power; the Devil Eye Army learns this the hard wa]].


** When the Devil Eye Army moves into town and tries to become Sunred's new villain group, he convinces them to handle matters with Florsheim as they were his arch-enemies first. When Kayoko learns that Red has sent a set of competent villains, including one who claims to have killed three heroes before, she is horrified that he has essentially killed Vamp and the others. Red reassures her by telling her that [[spoiler:Florsheim only appear to be pushovers because he is just that much more powerful than they are. Cut to the hero-killer about to attack General Vamp only to get [[NoSell No-Selled]] by Armor Tiger in just a track suit. The next cut is to a post-CurbStomp Devil Eye Army, with Armor Tiger upset that he's severely hurt them and General Vamp lecturing their leader on [[FelonyMisdemeanor his poor manners and how his group acts like juvenile delinquents]].]]

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** When the Devil Eye Army moves into town and tries to become Sunred's new villain group, he convinces them to handle matters with Florsheim as they were his arch-enemies first. When Kayoko learns that Red has sent a set of competent villains, including one who claims to have killed three heroes before, off to face Florsheim, she is horrified that he has essentially killed signed Vamp and the others. others' death sentences. Cue Vamp crossing paths with the Devil Eye Army alone. Back at Kayoko's apartment, Red reassures her by telling her that [[spoiler:Florsheim only appear to be pushovers because he is the members of Florsheim aren't weak. [[spoiler:He's just that much more powerful than they are. Cut to far too strong for them. Just as the hero-killer monster is about to strike, his attack General Vamp only to get is [[NoSell No-Selled]] by Armor Tiger in just a his civilian track suit. The next cut is to scene shows a post-CurbStomp Devil Eye Army, with Armor Tiger upset that he's severely worried he hurt them too badly, and General Vamp lecturing their leader on [[FelonyMisdemeanor his poor manners and how his group acts like juvenile delinquents]].delinquents, bringing Florsheim into disrepute]].]]


** However, when the Devil Eye Army moves into town and tries to become Sunred's new villain group, he convinces them to handle matters with Florsheim first. When he gets home that night, Kayoko is horrified and chastises Red that he has sent much more competent villains to essentially wipe out Florsheim for him, considering one of them was said to have killed three heroes before. Elsewhere in town, General Vamp comes across the Devil Eye Army while out shopping, and when they realize he's with Florsheim, the hero-killer uses his finishing move on Vamp [[spoiler:only to get [[NoSell No-Selled]] by Armor Tiger in a track suit showing up in the nick of time. Back at their apartment, Red reassures Kayoko by telling her that Vamp and the others aren't incredibly weak, but he's just much, much stronger than all of them. Cut back to a post-CurbStomp Devil Eye Army, with Armor Tiger upset he's severely hurt Devil Eye's monsters, while Vamp gives the leader a lecture on [[FelonyMisdemeanor his poor manners and how they act like juvenile delinquents]].]]

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** However, when When the Devil Eye Army moves into town and tries to become Sunred's new villain group, he convinces them to handle matters with Florsheim as they were his arch-enemies first. When he gets home that night, Kayoko is horrified and chastises Red learns that he Red has sent much more a set of competent villains to essentially wipe out Florsheim for him, considering villains, including one of them was said who claims to have killed three heroes before. Elsewhere in town, General before, she is horrified that he has essentially killed Vamp comes across and the Devil Eye Army while out shopping, and when others. Red reassures her by telling her that [[spoiler:Florsheim only appear to be pushovers because he is just that much more powerful than they realize he's with Florsheim, are. Cut to the hero-killer uses his finishing move on about to attack General Vamp [[spoiler:only only to get [[NoSell No-Selled]] by Armor Tiger in just a track suit showing up in the nick of time. Back at their apartment, Red reassures Kayoko by telling her that Vamp and the others aren't incredibly weak, but he's just much, much stronger than all of them. Cut back suit. The next cut is to a post-CurbStomp Devil Eye Army, with Armor Tiger upset that he's severely hurt Devil Eye's monsters, while them and General Vamp gives the lecturing their leader a lecture on [[FelonyMisdemeanor his poor manners and how they act his group acts like juvenile delinquents]].]]


* EmbarrassingRingtone -- Vamp gets a new cell phone and uses [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfN5pnDs2G0 an instrumental of "Shuchishin"]] (a dated OneHitWonder even at the show's release date) as his ringtone. The combat goons immediately point out how [[TotallyRadical stereotypically 'old man' this is of him]]. Vamp later gets stuck in Sunred's closet while trying to hide from two of his drunk {{jerkass}} colleagues and the phone promptly goes off with Vamp unable to figure out how to turn it off.

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* EmbarrassingRingtone -- Vamp gets a new cell phone and uses [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfN5pnDs2G0 an instrumental of "Shuchishin"]] (a dated OneHitWonder OneHitWonder[[invoked]] even at the show's release date) as his ringtone. The combat goons immediately point out how [[TotallyRadical stereotypically 'old man' this is of him]]. Vamp later gets stuck in Sunred's closet while trying to hide from two of his drunk {{jerkass}} colleagues and the phone promptly goes off with Vamp unable to figure out how to turn it off.

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In 2018, Kubota announced he was going to work on a new ''Sunred'' series called ''Sunred N'' which he would be self-publishing as an independent artist.


* TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty -- Weather Yellow, even by the standards of his fellow Sentai colleagues. He's a lot nicer when he's ''not'' fighting, but Red usually doesn't bring foreign objects or stun guns to fights. Nowadays, anyway.


** This eventually turns into a CrowningMomentOfFunny when he brings Vamp and the Mooks to one of his favorite ramen restaurants and after the others say that they don't like how the ramen tastes, one of the Mooks points out that this restaurant was given high points by the blogger and that [[spoiler:everyone on the Internet thinks he has horrible taste in ramen]].

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** This eventually turns into a CrowningMomentOfFunny SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} when he brings Vamp and the Mooks to one of his favorite ramen restaurants and after the others say that they don't like how the ramen tastes, one of the Mooks points out that this restaurant was given high points by the blogger and that [[spoiler:everyone on the Internet thinks he has horrible taste in ramen]].


A DestructiveParody of {{Toku}} created by Makoto Kubota in 2005, Tentai Senshi Sunred (Astro Fighter Sunred) runs on ''Young [=GanGan=]'', a {{Seinen}} magazine. Currently there are 12 Volumes published. In 2008 the manga got an AnimatedAdaptation running for 26 episodes, later in 2009 a 2nd Season was made, also with 26 episodes.

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A DestructiveParody DeconstructiveParody of {{Toku}} created by Makoto Kubota in 2005, Tentai Senshi Sunred (Astro Fighter Sunred) runs on ''Young [=GanGan=]'', a {{Seinen}} magazine. Currently there are 12 Volumes published. In 2008 the manga got an AnimatedAdaptation running for 26 episodes, later in 2009 a 2nd Season was made, also with 26 episodes.


Sunred is a bit of a jerk who wears his mask at all times. While mooching off of his girlfriend Kayoko, he deals with Florsheim on a daily basis, just not as you'd expect. He's on (grudgingly) friendly terms with General Vamp, and helps him move into a new house, clean his place, and occasionally meet to fight as heroes and villains do. The support cast consists of several monsters from Florsheim and other evil organizations going about their daily lives, as well as several of Sunred's fellow heroes. Expect a lot of {{deconstruction}} of tropes that are usually found in {{toku}}satsu.

Created by Makoto Kubota in 2005, Tentai Senshi Sunred (Astro Fighter Sunred) runs on ''Young [=GanGan=]'', a {{Seinen}} magazine. Currently there are 12 Volumes published. In 2008 the manga got an AnimatedAdaptation running for 26 episodes, later in 2009 a 2nd Season was made, also with 26 episodes.

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Sunred is a bit of a jerk who wears his mask at all times. While mooching off of his girlfriend Kayoko, he deals with Florsheim on a daily basis, just not as you'd expect. He's on (grudgingly) friendly terms with General Vamp, and helps him move into a new house, clean his place, and occasionally meet to fight as heroes and villains do. The support cast consists of several monsters from Florsheim and other evil organizations going about their daily lives, as well as several of Sunred's fellow heroes. Expect a lot heroes.

A DestructiveParody
of {{deconstruction}} of tropes that are usually found in {{toku}}satsu.

Created
{{Toku}} created by Makoto Kubota in 2005, Tentai Senshi Sunred (Astro Fighter Sunred) runs on ''Young [=GanGan=]'', a {{Seinen}} magazine. Currently there are 12 Volumes published. In 2008 the manga got an AnimatedAdaptation running for 26 episodes, later in 2009 a 2nd Season was made, also with 26 episodes.


Sunred is a bit of a jerk who wears his mask at all times. While mooching off of his girlfriend Kayoko, he deals with Florsheim on a daily basis, just not as you'd expect. He's on (grudgingly) friendly terms with General Vamp, and helps him move into a new house, clean his place, and occasionally meet to fight as heroes and villains do. The support cast consists of several monsters from Florsheim and other evil organizations going about their daily lives, as well as several of Sunred's fellow heroes.

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Sunred is a bit of a jerk who wears his mask at all times. While mooching off of his girlfriend Kayoko, he deals with Florsheim on a daily basis, just not as you'd expect. He's on (grudgingly) friendly terms with General Vamp, and helps him move into a new house, clean his place, and occasionally meet to fight as heroes and villains do. The support cast consists of several monsters from Florsheim and other evil organizations going about their daily lives, as well as several of Sunred's fellow heroes.
heroes. Expect a lot of {{deconstruction}} of tropes that are usually found in {{toku}}satsu.

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