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BIOMAN: SABAN'S FIRST TRY ON SENTAI?
Many of us knew that Kyouryu Sentai Zyuranger was the first Super Sentai series to be adapted into Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. But Ukiya recently posted a link to a very old online newspaper article, dated August 12, 1986, which states that Choudenshi Bioman was their first try.
Entitled "Bio-Man," is a space adventure series about five kids with identical "bio-rhythms" who defend Earth against Zadar's attacks, an evil half-human, half-robot thug who wants to conquer the world. But it didn't air due to impatient television executives and many Networks did not share Saban's enthusiam with the idea, and hard-to-please sponsors.
Haim Saban didn't lost hope, and according to him: "This isn't brain surgery. If 'Bio-Man' dies, maybe I'll go on and work on something that becomes the next 'Wheel of Fortune.' " And as we all know, the rest is history.
So what do you think? Would an Americanized Bioman work?