Spiral Zone (1987– )

TV Series   |  TV-Y7   |    |  Animation, Action, Sci-Fi


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An evil scientist (Overlord) invents a device that emits a radiation that controls the minds of the people within its range. He gathers a sizable percentage of the Earth on his initial ... See full summary »


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Diana Dru Botsford

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7 March 2008 | marklungo-1
Responses to Bruce Whitten and bcolquho
Yes, I know the original messages were written years ago, but I just saw them today.

To Bruce: Straczynski only wrote the pilot episode of "Spiral Zone" ("Mission Into Evil"), then left the series after a dispute with the producers. Also, he never wrote for "Bravestarr" as far as I know. He was busy with "The Real Ghostbusters" and "Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future" at the time.

To bcolquho: The Australian Zone Rider was Ned *Tucker* (Ned Kelly was a famous Aussie criminal), and the French Black Widow was named Crook.

I hope this post doesn't sound snarky or anything; I just want the information on "Spiral Zone" to be as accurate as possible.

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