Industrialist Carl Ziktor's virtual alter-ego Grimlord worked on the creation of an army made of warrior robots. And, before he became missing for two years, Ryan Steel's father worked with... See full summary »
Industrialist Carl Ziktor's virtual alter-ego Grimlord worked on the creation of an army made of warrior robots. And, before he became missing for two years, Ryan Steel's father worked with Professor Hart to prevent Grimlord's efforts by developing the ultimate weapon using the most advanced technology man had ever seen to stop him. Now, with the help of his friends J.B. and Kaitlin, Ryan and his friends use the VR power to prevent Grimlord's army from crossing over into our reality from Virtual Reality--and ruling it. However, will Ryan ever find his father? Written by
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VR Troopers was adapted from 3 separate '80s Metal Hero Shows that are unrelated to each other. They are: Space Sheriff Shaider, Dimensional Warrior Spielban, and Super Machine Metalder. See more »
[J.B. is lying on the ground, terribly wounded]
J.B.! Are you okay? Can you move?
These Skugs sure pack a wallop. Guess I need a recharge.
You got it!
[she gets him up on his feet]
OK, J.B., it's time!
[her hand joins his]
Power Transfer Command...
Kaitlin Star, J.B. Reese:
[there is a picture of a boy and a girl joining hands together, and a star forms between the hands; the next sequence has Kaitlin and J.B. choreographing the moves]
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VR Troopers was okay...suprisingly, it's counterpart is actually 3 unrelated Metal Hero Shows. Not to mention, they were all 80s shows. So trying to tie in together 3 unrelated shows that were all out-dated 80s footages was some effot there. However, if Saban was trying to pull something like this. I'd prefer he adapt something like Blue SWAT or the Rescue Mission Series, like Winspector or Solbrain. On second thought...nevermind...one, look how Beetleborgs turned out and it's too little too late for using early 90s Japanese footage for this Millenium. That and Saban is no longer in the toku-adapt business any more, that's Disney's department now.
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