11 Super Hero Series

We have compiled for you a collection of superheroes that have been popular for some time, but are now forgotten.

The superhero series, which was popular in the 90's, However, it is now understood that many people do not even remember the names of these series. After the film was created by the competition of Marvel and DC, the superhero series was unforgettable. Here are 11 superheroes whose spectators are unlucky.

Black Scorpion

The Black Scorpion, which was first published on January 5, 2001 and the final on June 30, 2001, has only been released for one season. The entire 22-part adventure is broadcast on the Sci-Fi Channel.


The Black Scorpion, with Michelle Lintel in the lead,
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Super Force

Unlike many of the listings in this series, the Super Force continued for two seasons and had an additional sequel called Lightning Force, which was less memorable. The main character is an astronaut returning from Mars to avenge his murdered brother. The first episode of the series on 5 October 1990 was finalized on 26 May 1992.

Night Man

Night Man was produced by Glen A. Larson, producer of the world-renowned projects like Black Lightning and Battlestar Galactica. The two-season series started on September 19, 1997 and finished on May 23, 1999.


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Superboy, one of the longest running jobs on the list, has been on show for just four seasons. The journey that started on October 8, 1988, ended on May 17, 1992. Gerard Christopher was the star of the series.

The Secrets of Isis

Unfortunately, when it comes to Isis, a terrorist organization comes to mind, but if we were in the middle of the 70s, the only thing that came to my mind would be a television series. The Secrets Of Isis, which premiered on September 6, 1975, made its final on September 3, 1977, following a two-season adventure.


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Blade: The Series

The Blade The Series line was able to continue on Spike for just one season, despite strong first-sight figures and good evaluations. The series, which started on June 28, 2006, received a final decision on September 13, 2006, due to the inability of the production to make a profit.

Birds of Prey

During the past year, DC was known to work on the project Gotham City Sirens, which focuses on some female characters. It was announced that Filmin will not be done, but there is a TV series already made. Birds of Prey, the first episode on October 9, 2002, received a final decision after 13 episodes on February 19, 2003.


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Jungle's Queen Sheena was the first female comic book character to draw her own head with her comic book, published in 1939, four years before the first issue of Wonder Woman. In 2000, a decision to make a TV series for the character was taken and the first episode was released on October 7, 2000. 2 seasons and 35 episodes have released the final episode on February 23, 2002.

Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing, one of the longest running sequences on the list, is a DC Comics production imprinted on top of the 90s. On July 27, 1990, the first episode was released on May 1, 1993, with the final episode being published. A total of three seasons, Swamp Thing, was broadcast on USA Network.


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The Cape

The Cape, the latest creation of the list, has been released on January 9, The Cape has published its final episode on March 11, The Cape, a failed project, released 10 episodes on the NBC channel.

The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man, the first production of the Spider-Man legend to move to television, lasted two seasons in total. On September 14, 1977, the first episode was broadcast on the CBS channel and was finalized on July 6, 1979.