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    Does Quantum Leap count?

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    My Secret Identity.


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    As well as the live action Isis and EW&DG already mentioned, Filmation had several animated - https://community.cbr.com/showthread...o-APPRECIATION







    -Their SHAZAM! had a spin-off Hero High with a Superhero band?
    -Space Sentinels / The Freedom Force / Super Seven
    -Manta and Moray
    -Superstretch and Microwoman
    -Web Woman
    -Brown Hornet (Spun-off Cosby)

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    Monster Squad were essentially Monsters as Superheoes with lair, crimelab and Monster-mobile .
    As well as Drak Pack


    One of the biggest franchises Power Rangers
    Although don't know them well enough if some aspects came out of a manga first.
    The American TV characters and cast were definitely created for the show..

    Animorphs another teen powered show, came from a series of books.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post

    Monster Squad were essentially Monsters as Superheoes with lair, crimelab and Monster-mobile.
    Ah yes. Including a pre-Love Boat Fred Grandy.

    When I see stuff like this, I have to wonder if actors who've made it to successful shows or films sit around at cast parties playing a game of "My Starting Gig Was The Worst."

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    Captain Nice with William Daniels.

    Mr Terrific, who despite the name was a rip off of Hourman

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