Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad (or, in short, SSSS) is an American television series. It was produced by Tsuburaya Productions, Ultracom Inc. and DIC Productions, L.P., with distribution by All American Television, and ran for a duration of 53 episodes from September 12, 1994 to April 11, 1995 in syndication, as well as on ABC. It was an adaptation of the Japanese tokusatsu series Gridman the Hyper Agent.
Differences between Japanese and American series.
All things that have names that could offend Christian viewers have been removed. The changes were made to make everything more child-friendly. In the Japanese series the plot involved a character who creates virtual monsters to attack the virtual world and damage machines and technology, while in the American series, the simple presence of the digital monster in the digital world already causes effects that are not limited to what it does to the world of technology. In an episode of the Japanese series, he made a device on a puppy's collar turn into a time bomb. In the American version, aside from the fact that he was damaging systems, the only immediate problem was that he made the voices of two characters sound weird.