Neo (stylized as NĒO) is a El Kadsreian tokusatsu franchise produced by Regal Group Network and Warner Bros. since 1985. Neo went on to compete with El TV Kadsre's Technic Heroes.


During the 1970s, RGN was the most viewed channel in the Vlokozu Union while Vlokfilm was the biggest major film production company in the country, releasing hit after hit. In 1981, Vlokfilm's rival, El TV Kadsre Films released Quest for the Masks. The film was a critical acclaim and it greatly increased El TV Kadsre's ratings and as the result, RGN lost its title as the biggest-viewed channel.

While RGN plans to either make a television series or the movie that would exploit the success of Bionicle, RGN employee, Isamu Ueno came up with the idea of making the tokusatsu franchise that would compete with Technic Heroes and gave Regal Group Network a script he wrote with his close friend Takahiro Koizumi, the writer of the tokusatsu television series Gyro-Fighters, which was airing on RGN at the time. He then contacted Jamie Lowe who has recently returned to the Vlokozu Union from the US after directing the music video for Cyndi Lauper's song Girls Just Want to Have Fun, and accepted his request to become the director of Neo-Shifters.


  • Neo-Shifters: The Beginning (1985)
  • Neo-Legacy (2010)

Television series

  • Neo Shifters (1985-1988)
  • Battle Strikers (1992-1993)
  • Neo Machines (1996)
  • Cybnix (2004-2009)
  • Antchines (2008-2012)
  • Sudverkalisa (2009-2012)
  • Ballistiabots (2018-)
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