Space Sheriff Shaider

Runtime : 25 mins

Genre : Action & Adventure Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Vote Rating : 9.4/10

Last Episode To Air: 08 March 1985

Network : tv asahi

Plot : Space Sheriff Shaider was a tokusatsu television show that aired on from 1984 to 1985. It is the last of the Space Sheriff Series, the previous two being Space Sheriff Gavan and Space Sheriff Sharivan. Action footage from Shaider was used for Season 2 of VR Troopers. For distribution purposes, Toei refers to this television series as Space Captain Sheider.

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