Zone Fighter was a tokusatsu science fiction/superhero television series produced by Toho Company Ltd. It aired from April 2nd 1973 to September 24th 1973, with a total of 26 episodes.
The series follows the Sakimori family who at first glance appear to be a normal Japanese family, but they are in fact an alien family that came to Earth after their home planet, Peaceland, was destroyed by the evil Garoga aliens.
To stop the Garoga army’s invasion on Earth, the Sakimori family’s three children, Hikaru (the oldest son), Hotaru (the teenage sister) and Akira (the young boy) transform into the superheroes Zone Fighter, Zone Angel, and Zone Junior. Their transformation code is “Zone Fight Power”.
Godzilla pops in to give them a hand too!
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