Uchuu Keiji Gavan
1982 - 1983 | 44 Episodes
A police hero sent to Earth to battle a rampaging force of aliens. This series is visually influenced by Star Wars. Gavan proved popular enough to spawn two direct sequels and introduce a new genre in Japanese television. Gavan was played by Kenji Ohba.
Uchuu Keiji Sharivan
1983 - 1984 | 51 Episodes
This direct sequel to Gavan features Gavan's protege taking over the role of Earth's protector when Gavan gets promoted in rank, from sergeant to captain, in the Space Sheriff organization.
Uchuu Keiji Shaider
1984 - 1985 | Episodes
The third and last of the Space Sheriff trilogy. This series featured a Earth-born, galactic police force-trained officer taking over Sharivan's job alongside a female deputy.
Kyojuu Tokusou Juspion
1985 - 1986 | Episodes
A warrior sent to stop Satan Gorth and his diabolical son Mad Gallant from destroying the Earth with giant monsters. Juspion had his own giant robot, Daileon, to combat the evil creatures.
Jikuu Senshi Spielban
1986 - 1987 | Episodes
Along with his sidekick, Diana, this program dealt with a hero who crosses through dimensions to combat an alien force that took his father's life and corrupted his sister into the evil Hellvira, who later joined her brother as Lady Helen.
Choujinki Metalder
1987 - 1988 | 39 Episodes
Dr. Koga designed Metalder as a top-secret weapon for the Japanese for use in the Pacific War, modeling it after his late son. Dr. Koga put Metalder to sleep in the Silver Carcass base and left to work for NASA. His former colleague Major Muraki became the evil God Neros, ruler of Neros Empire. He sends out his massive armies to kill Dr. Koga, who returned to activate Metalder. Suddenly seeing his creator die, Ryusei becomes fueled with rage, evoking the conversion to his 'true' form, Metalder.
Sekai Ninja Sen Jiraiya
198 - 198 | Episodes
A ninja master prepared his children, along with a family relative and a police officer with ninja roots to combat the re-emergence of a demon samurai and international ninja warriors, hoping to tip the scales of justice. Jiraiya, the son of the ninja master, is destined to wield a big power that Dokusai, the demon samurai, hopes to take.
Kidou Keiji Jiban
198 - 198 | Episodes
Robot Detective, Jiban is a rookie cop gunned down and reborn as a fighting machine against the Criminal Syndicate Bioron, a group of bio-genetic freaks. Jiban is the first Metal Hero to actually bear the emblem of the Japanese National Police.
Tokkei Winspector
1990 - 1991 | 49 Episodes
This team of two robots and their human armored field commander dealt with real-life crime, mad scientists, rogue cyborgs, and dangerous rescue situations.
Super Rescue Solbrain
1991 - 1992 | 53 Episodes
A direct sequel to Tokkei Winspector, an additional police branch is opened with two humans and a construction-vehicle transforming robot to continue the fight against gangsters with high-tech weapons of destruction, and the occasional crazy robot.
Tokusou Exceedraft
1992 - 1993 | 49 Episodes
A trio of male human armored police officers doing what the previous two teams were doing without the help of any super-powered robots.
Tokusou Robo Janperson
1993 - 1994 | 50 Episodes
An abandoned police experiment robot is revived by its creator to combat three different organizations of crime in Japan. With a gruff, rougish, gun-totting robot partner named Gungibson, Janperson patrols the streets of Tokyo alongside his creator in shutting down the hidden crime lords that use super science to subjugate the masses.
1994 - 1995 | 51 Episodes
Hidden to the general public, a police organization has been combating alien menaces for years until a sneak attack destroys all but three officers, who alongside some civilian helpers who are aware of the alien infestation, must continue the fight.
Juukou B-Fighter
1995 - 1996 | 53 Episodes
Takuya Kai journeyed into the jungle and meets Guru who gives him and two others powers to fight the invading Jamhal.
B-Fighter Kabuto
1996 - 1997 | 50 Episodes
Sequel to B-Fighter, a new team of three rises up ten years later to fight the Melzard Tribe. They are later by four other multi-culture individuals.