A trio of teenagers gain powers from "Virtual Reality" to fight the evil forces of Grimlord.




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Series cast summary:
Michael Hollander Michael Hollander ...  JB Reese / ... 79 episodes, 1994-1996
Michael Sorich ...  Woody Stocker / ... 76 episodes, 1994-1996
David Carr David Carr ...  Tyler Steele 50 episodes, 1994-1995
Gardner Baldwin ...  Grimlord / ... 46 episodes, 1994-1996
Mike Reynolds ...  General Ivar / ... 46 episodes, 1994-1996
Richard Rabago Richard Rabago ...  Tao Chong 45 episodes, 1994-1995
Brad Hawkins ...  Ryan Steele / ... 44 episodes, 1994-1995
Sarah Brown ...  Kaitlin Star 44 episodes, 1994-1995
Julian Combs Julian Combs ...  Professor Horatio Hart / ... 44 episodes, 1994-1995
Kerrigan Mahan ...  Jeb 44 episodes, 1994-1995
Farrand Thompson Farrand Thompson ...  Young Ryan 44 episodes, 1994-1995
Zeb Zeb ...  Jeb 44 episodes, 1994-1995
Aaron Pruner ...  Percival 'Percy' Rooney III 43 episodes, 1994-1995
Rey-Phillip Santos ...  Ultra Skug Brigadier 42 episodes, 1994
Corinne Chooey ...  Black Vixen 37 episodes, 1995-1996


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 Dairenn Lombard <piero@cyberverse.com>

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The temple which Ryan is often seen meditating or practicing karate in front of is a memorial in Angles Gate Park in San Pedro, on the southern edge of Los Angeles, which houses the Korean Peace Bell given by Korea to the city during the 1976 bicentennial. See more »


[Ryan, Kaitlin, and J.B. are turned into young children]
Young Kaitlin: What's happened to us?
Young J.B.: [surprised] Ryan, is that you?
Young Ryan: This is unbelievable!
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One Interesting Fact
17 June 2002 | by gingared25See all my reviews

There is something interesting about it: If anyone here Knows the Japanese Metal Hero shows, then you know the three shows involved.

First season: Jiku Senshi Spielvan (Dimensional Warrior Spielvan), Choujinki Metalder (Super Man Machine Metalder).

Second Season: Jiku Senshi Spielvan (Dimensional Warrior Spielvan), Uchuu Keiji Shaider (Space Sheriff Shaider)

The Interesting Part: On the first season, They used Metalder battle scenes for when Ryan Steele fights. On the Second Season, they turn back the clock and use Shaider scenes for Ryan Steele battle sequences.

Oh well, I just want to point out something.

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March 1994 (USA) See more »

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