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Choudenshi Bioman
Number 6 (prior to 1995)
Number of episodes: 51
First episode: The Enigmatic Giant Robo Arrives
Original airing: February 4, 1984 – January 26, 1985
Production Order

Choudenshi Bioman (超電子バイオマン Chōdenshi Baioman, translated into English as Super Electronic Bioman) is the eighth Super Sentai series. Produced by Toei Company, it was aired on TV Asahi from February 4, 1984 to January 26, 1985, with a total of 51 episodes. This aired in South Korea under the title Space Commando Bioman (Korean: 우주특공대 바이오맨, Uju Teug-gongdae Baiomaen).


Many centuries ago, the android Peebo and the Bio Robo came to Earth from the fallen Bio Star. The Bio Robo showered five people with the Bio Particles, which would be passed on to later generations. In the present day, Doctor Man and his Shin Teikoku (New Empire) Gear threaten the world. Peebo must find the descendants of the original Bio Particle-showered five to form the Choudenshi (Super Electronic Squadron) Bioman.



Bioman team

Lineup From Episode 1-10

Main article: Biomen
Red1 Shirou Gou
Green2 Shingo Takasugi
Blue3 Ryuuta Nanbara
Yellow4 Mika Koizumi Jun Yabuki
Pink5 Hikaru Katsuragi

Lineup From Episode 11-51


Magne Warrior Shota Yamamori



Neo Empire GearEdit

Anti-Bio UnionEdit


Category:Arsenal (Bioman)


Category:Mecha (Bioman)


Choudenshi Bioman Episodes


  • Opening: Choudenshi Bioman
  • Ending: Biomic Soldier
  • Mecha Theme (Bio Robo): Bio Robo no Uta
  • Oretachi Bioman
  • Sexual Lady
  • Blue Togetherness
  • Oozora Kakete!
  • Colorful Bioman
  • Yume Miru Peebo
  • Yuuyaku no Pegasus


Voice ActorsEdit

Stage ShowsEdit

Notes Edit

  • This is the first Super Sentai series to feature a female Yellow Ranger, and the first to feature two females on the team.
  • This is the first season to feature more than 5 heroes.
  • Bioman is the first Super Sentai series to have the show's full title announced at the beginning of the opening sequence. The two previous series, Goggle V and Dynaman, announces only the title of the team but not the full title. This has become a tradition with nearly every Sentai since (with the exception of Kakuranger and Go-Busters).
  • Bioman is also nearly unique among Super Sentai in that the human-sized monsters aren't grown when defeated. Gear uses five recurring human-sized monsters, the Beastnoids, and launches a unique giant robot when its members are defeated. This is similar to Goggle Five (the monster uses a giant, robotic near-clone of itself) and Dekaranger (monster or footsoldier uses giant robot, either to a finish fight or used as a distraction.)
  • Like its 1981 predecessor, Sun VulcanTemplate:Citation needed, Bioman was chosen to be adapted into a Power Rangers series followed by the 1991 series Jetman. The adaptation of a Sentai to a Power Rangers series would later go to its 1992 successor Zyuranger.
    • Had Bioman been adapted, Doctor Man's dubbed name would have been Zadar.[1]
  • Bioman is the second to last series to have a primary and secondary ranger of the same designation (Shinkenger is the last) and is the only series wherein the primary and secondary Rangers of the same designation do not appear in the same episode, unlike in Gorenger, Battle Fever J and Sun Vulcan.
    • Bioman was also the last time where one Ranger lost/gave up their designation, making the second Ranger the only one with their designation. (While Takeru and Karou transferred the title of Head of the Shiba House and leadership of the Shinkenger team to each other, they both never spent an episode without their powers since their respective debuts).
  • Aside from colors, Bioman is the first Sentai with numerical designations (not counting a special exception). The second would come exactly thirty years later.


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