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TohoSlashNippon Series
Assault Hyuman
Assualt! Human
Created by                 Produced by
 ? Mo Buru
Distributed by                       Genre       
Toho Tokusatsu
Air date                           Channel
October 7, 1972 - December 30, 1972 Nippon Television
Episodes
13

Assault! Human (突撃!ヒューマン!!,   Totsugeki! Hyūman!!?, lit. Assault! Human!!) is a Japanese tokusatsu show co-produced by Toho and Nippon TV that aired from October 7, 1972 to December 30, 1972.


Plot

King Flasher, a mysterious being, and his army of Flashers threaten the safety of the Earth, starting by targeting children. Meanwhile, Junichiro Iwaki, a once famous gymnastics coach resigns from his job to train the threatened children. In return, the children used a device known as a Human-Sign to transform Junichiro into a superhero named the Human. From then on, King Flasher began creating monsters to attack the children, but Junichiro was always there to stop them. Later on, Junichiro's brother Junjiro started becoming suspicious of his brother's frequent disappearances. This leads to Junjiro finding out about Junichiro's alter ego. At the same time, King Flasher was overthrown by another evil being called Grand Flasher who nearly killed Junichiro. But, the children spectators used a secondary type of Human-Sign to turn Junjiro into the second Human. Gradually, the Human brothers managed to destroy every last member of the Flasher Core including Grand Flasher himself, restoring peace to the world.

Episodes

TBA

Appearances

Characters and Monsters

Weapons, Vehicles, and Races

Trivia

  • Most of the kaiju suits that appeared in Assault! Human were reused for Go! Greenman.
  • All of this series' footage was unintentionally lost when Nippon TV overwrote the data on their master tapes in the early-to-mid 1980s. As a result, finding information about the series is exceedingly difficult.

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