Cyber Cop (1988-89)

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Cyber Cop
Cyber Cop
Air date October 2, 1988 - July 5, 1989
Distributor Toho
Channel(s) Nippon Television
Genre(s) Tokusatsu
Episodes 34*
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Cyber Cop (電脳警察サイバーコップ,   Dennō Keisatsu Saibā Koppu, lit. Computer Police Cyber Cop) is a Japanese tokusatsu series co-produced by Toho Planning, Studio Jump, and Yomiko Advertising. It aired on Nippon TV from October 2, 1988 to July 5, 1989.

Plot[edit | edit source]

To be added.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

No. Title Directed by Written by Special effects
photographer
Air date
0 "It's Coming! Super SFX!! Cyber Cop" Kiyotaka Matsumoto Kenji Terada N/A 9/18/1988
1 "The Strongest Detective! Jupiter Appears" Hirochika Muraishi Junki Takegami 10/2/1988
2 "The City is Sinking! Save the Seaside Metropolis" 10/9/1988
3 "Clash! The Cyborg Tank" 10/16/1988
4 "Traffic Panic! The Computer's Trap" 10/23/1988
5 "A Prince in Trouble! Escape from the Dark Zone" Kiyotaka Matsumoto Yukiyoshi Ohashi Toshiro Murakami 10/30/1988
6 "Oda Targeted! ZAC in Big Trouble" Kazuhiko Godo 11/6/1988
7 "The Murderous Jet!! Urban Warfare in Tokyo" Yoshiki Kitamura Junki Takegami 11/13/1988
8 "Electric Dam in Danger! Operation Tokyo Darkness" Kazuhiko Godo 11/20/1988
9 "The Racing Machine!! Blade Liner Arrives" Hirochika Muraishi Junki Takegami Masaharu Nakama 11/27/1988
10 "A Haunted Hotel!? Zombies All Around" 12/4/1988
11 "The Flying Tank!! Life or Death on the Highway" Kiyotaka Matsumoto Junki Takegami,
Teppei Den
12/11/1988
12 "The Dragon Dances! A Strange Christmas" Kazuhiko Godo 12/18/1988
13 "The Satellite is Falling!! Jupiter Dies on the Job!?" Hirochika Muraishi Yukiyoshi Ohashi Toshiro Murakami 12/25/1988
14 "Takeda's Secret!! He's Seen the Illusive Future" Yoshiki Kitamura Junki Takegami Masaharu Nakama 1/15/1989
15 "Change the Future!! The Soldier of Hope, Jupiter" Kazuhiko Godo 1/22/1989
16 "Hell's Emissary!? Lucifer Appears!!" Hirochika Muraishi Junki Takegami 1/29/1989
17 "Lucifer's Counterattack!! The Devil's Challenge" Michio Hirata Kazuhiko Godo Toshiro Murakami 2/5/1989
18 "Bombing Impossible!! A Giant UFO Appears" Hirochika Muraishi Junki Takegami,
Kazuhiko Godo
2/12/1989
19 "Uesugi's Mutiny! The Dangerous Female Detective" Junki Takegami 2/19/1989
20 "The Roaring Killer Weapon!! Gigamax's Power" Yoshiki Kitamura Junki Takegami,
Kazuhiko Godo
2/26/1989
21 "The Fifth Cop!? The Ultimate Cyber, Lucifer" Junki Takegami 3/5/1989
22 "Fake Cybers!! ZAC's Ultimate Crisis" Toshio Oi Kazuhiko Godo Shohei Sudo 3/12/1989
23 "The Final Killer Attack!! Cybernic Wave" Junki Takegami,
Yukiyoshi Ohashi
3/19/1989
24 "The Missiles Fire!! Clash at Deathtrap's Base" Hirochika Muraishi Kazuhiko Godo Masaharu Nakama 3/26/1989
25 "The Frightening Female Soldier! Luna Arrives" Junki Takegami 4/5/1989
26 "Destroy the Invisible Fortress!!" Yoshiki Kitamura 4/12/1989
27 "The Cyber Bits are Broken!!" Kazuhiko Godo 4/19/1989
28 "City Air Strike: The Blimp Bomb" Toshio Oi Yukiyoshi Ohashi 4/26/1989
29 "Uesugi's Assassination: Hurry, Cops" Junki Takegami 5/10/1989
30 "Dash Through the Devil's Mountain!!" Michio Hirata Kazuhiko Godo Toshiro Murakami 5/17/1989
31 "The Stolen Thunder Arm" Hiroshi Toda 5/24/1989
32 "The Loft is Attacked!!" Yoshiki Kitamura Kazuhiko Godo 5/31/1989
33 "Defend the Linear Car!!" Hirochika Muraishi Junki Takegami Shohei Sudo 6/7/1989
34 "The End of Deathtrap!!" 6/14/1989
35 "Requested Top 10 Special: Part 1" Hirochika Muraishi,
Yoshiki Kitamura,
Toshio Oi,
Michio Hirata,
Kiyotaka Matsumoto
Junki Takegami,
Kazuhiko Godo
N/A 6/28/1989
36 "Requested Top 10 Special: Part 2" Hirochika Muraishi,
Yoshiki Kitamura
Junki Takegami,
Kazuhiko Godo,
Yukiyoshi Ohashi
7/5/1989

Staff[edit | edit source]

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Kiyotaka Matsumoto, Hirochika Muraishi, Yoshiki Kitamura, Michio Hirata, Toshio Oi
  • Director's assistant   Yoshiki Kitamura
  • Written by   Kenji Terada (special), Junki Takegami, Yukiyoshi Ohashi, Kazuhiko Godo, Teppei Den, Hiroshi Toda
  • Planning by   Kazuo Shimamura, Katsumi Nagayama
  • Associate planner   Minoru Nakano
  • Produced by   Toru Horikoshi, Seiji Ishikawa, Mitsuru Toriumi, Masayuki Takubo, Tetsuya Kobayashi
  • Assistant producers   Masako Fukuyo, Toshihito Suzuki
  • Series supervisor   Hirochika Muraishi
  • Series organizer   Junki Takegami
  • Stunt coordinator   Ryojiro Nishimoto
  • Music by   Ichiro Nitta
  • Opening theme "A Roar To Tomorrow Cyber Heart"
    • Performed by   Hiroshi Nishikawa
    • Lyrics by   Yuho Iwasato
    • Composed by   Daisuke Inoue
    • Arranged by   Ryomei Shirai
  • End theme "Shooting Star"
    • Performed by   Mika Chiba
    • Lyrics by   Shun Taguchi
    • Composed and arranged by   Yuji Toriyama
  • Cinematography by   Mitsuo Inoue (special), Shohei Sudo, Yoshihiro Mori, Toshiro Murakami, Masaharu Nakama
  • Edited by   Isao Otaka
  • Production design by   Akihiko Iguchi
  • 1st assistant directors   Michio Hirata, Hitoshi Idei, Takaaki Hashiguchi, Koichiro Nakayama, Takayoshi Makino, Yoshiaki Tabata
  • Special effects photography by   Toshiro Murakami, Masaharu Nakama, Shohei Sudo
  • Insert songs:
    • "Recollection of Jupiter"
      • Performed by   Hideyuki Nagashima
      • Lyrics by   Yoshihiko Ando
      • Composed by   Ichiro Nitta
      • Arranged by   Takashi Kudo
    • "Flame Messenger"
      • Performed by   Norio Sakai
      • Lyrics by   Yoshihiko Ando
      • Composed by   Ichiro Nitta
      • Arranged by   Takashi Kudo
    • "Brand-New Tomorrow"
      • Performed by   Mika Chiba
      • Lyrics by   Shun Taguchi
      • Composed by   VAX POP
      • Arranged by   Kunihiko Ryo
    • "Into the Night"
      • Performed by   Mika Chiba
      • Lyrics by   Shun Taguchi
      • Composed and arranged by   Yuji Toriyama
    • "Let it Go"
      • Performed by   Hiroshi Nishikawa
      • Lyrics by   Arisu Sato
      • Composed by   Takashi Shoji
      • Arranged by   Takayuki Hijikata

Cast[edit | edit source]

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Tomonori Yoshida   as   Shinya Takeda / Jupiter (voice)
  • Mika Chiba   as   Tomoko Uesugi
  • Shogo Shiotani   as   Akira Hojo / Mars (voice)
  • Tomu Saeba (as Takashi Mizumoto)   as   Ryoichi Mori / Saturn (voice)
  • Shun Mizuhara (as Toshihiko Sasasaki)   as   Osamu Saionji / Mercury (voice)
  • Takashi Kora   as   Lucifer
  • Masaaki Daimon   as   Captain Hisayoshi Oda
  • Atsuko Mita   as   Mizue Shimizu
  • Hiromi Onishi   as   Miho Asakura
  • Shuhei Suzuki   as   Daisuke Yazawa
  • Akira Otani   as   Chief Yamamoto
  • Jinya Sato   as   Baron Kageyama
  • Goro Mitsumi   as   Führer / narrator
  • Ken Okabe   as   Professor Preud
  • Takaaki Kitagawa   as   Professor Ainstein
  • Tomoko Ishimura   as   Miss Durwin
  • Masako Takeda   as   Beastmaster Luna
  • Bob Timbello   as   ZAC base (voice)

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Cyber Cops[edit | edit source]

Monsters[edit | edit source]

  • Ena Halkos
  • Ele Ominos
  • Ena Garoga
  • Dio Garoga
  • Doberman V109
  • Dio Ominos
  • Dio Halkos
  • Tria Garoga
  • Tria Ominos
  • Tessera Garoga
  • Seagull Fighter Plane
  • Tria Halkos
  • Tessera Ominos
  • Demon Egg
  • Tessera Halkos
  • Floating Tank
  • Bende Garoga
  • Orion
  • Bende Halkos
  • Bende Ominos
  • Exi Halkos
  • Efta Halkos
  • Ofto Halkos
  • Cristallo
  • Enya Halkos
  • Exi Ominos
  • Deka Halkos
  • Dummy Robot
  • Fake Cybercops
    • Fake Jupiter
    • Fake Mars
    • Fake Saturn
    • Fake Mercury
  • Grappler
  • Jephthah Ominos
  • Endeka Halkos
  • Beast Soldier Four Heavenly Kings
    • Hawk
    • Turtle
    • Salamander
    • Tiger
  • Spider Garoga G
  • Black Crows
  • Cobra 5
  • Club Halkos
  • Ring Ominos
  • Ring Halkos
  • Mach Ominos
  • Mach Halkos
  • Dark Ominos
  • Neo Ominos
  • Hustler
  • Ted Halkos
  • Canon Halkos

Videos[edit | edit source]

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 7
Episode 9
Episode 16
Episode 19
Episode 23
Episode 27

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