The Japanese Spider-Man Was the Craziest Superhero Show Ever
A young motorcycle racer witnesses a spaceship crash, is injected with alien blood, and is gifted a giant shapeshifting robot. Somehow, all of this is a Spider-Man TV series that ran from 1978–1979 and inspired an entire generation of Japanese pop culture, including the massively successful Power Rangers franchise.
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