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The Adventures of Hyperman

The Adventures of Hyperman
Genre Children's Programming
Written by David Finley
Cliff MacGillivray
Directed by Bert Ring
Voices of Steve Mackall
Max Casella
Maurice LaMarche
Frank Welker
Neil Ross
Tamera Mowry
Theme music composer Eric Allaman
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13 (list of episodes)
Production company(s) Sunbow Productions
Distributor Columbia Pictures Television
Original channel CBS
Original release October 14, 1995 (1995-10-14) – August 10, 1996 (1996-08-10)

The Adventures of Hyperman is an American animated series that aired from October 14, 1995 to August 10, 1996 on CBS.


  • Background 1
  • Voice Cast 2
  • Episode list 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The program is based on an educational computer game of the same name. The property was created by Kevin O'Donnell, Ken Corr and Crag Southard. It was released as a CD-Rom game by IBM prior to running as an animated series.[1]

Voice Cast

Episode list

  1. "The Incredible Lightness of Beano/Stuck on You"
  2. "Guess Who's Coming to Earth/The Evil Brian"
  3. "Cosmonot/The Brain Game"
  4. "Robotot/Foul Weather Friend"
  5. "Emma is History/Appalling 13"
  6. "Have a Hyper Christmas!/The Good, the Bad and the Emmas"
  7. "Darwinator/Studd Puppy Come Home"
  8. "E. Brian Strangelove/Hypermeddling Made Easy"
  9. "Some Like It Hotter/You Dirty Rats"
  10. "Immaculate Man/Book 'Em Studdo"
  11. "Wanted: Dead or Alive... Oh What the Heck, Dead's Fine/Hyperness Is Only Skin Deep"
  12. "Oceans a Leavin'"
  13. "Two's a Crowd/The Promotion"


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