A troubled 17-year-old Todd Baker restores a Mercury Redstone rocket as a science project with the help of his ex-astronaut grandfather. When a NASA emergency leaves a space shuttle and its crew in danger, Todd's rocket is the only one ready for immediate launch
Samuel, a Russian-born Jewish inventor who specialises in the development of hearing aids, is tasked with a secret mission by MI5 to use his technological expertise to contribute to western Cold War efforts. Following the tensions of the space race and the first hydrogen bomb test, Samuel's efforts factor in to the emergence of the modern world.
Moved by a performance by Fukui Chuo High School's JETS cheerleading team which she saw as a child, Fujitani Wakaba came to idolize Tomonaga Hikari and dreamed of joining the same team in the future. But at some point, she comes to think of it as impossible and enrolls in a neighboring town's Fukui Nishi High School which is mediocre in both studies and sports. Even so, Wakaba cannot completely cut off her feelings for cheerleading. One day, Kiryu Shiori, a pretty student transfers from Tokyo to Fukui Nishi High School. The assertive Shiori is fired up to defeat the JETS after her mistake caused her team to lose the Tokyo cheerleading championship. She unexpectedly says to Wakaba, “Do the cheerleading dance with me!”. These words rekindle Wakaba's feelings. They take set up a cheerleading team and pursue the impossible dream to “Defeat JETS. Conquer Japan!”
A three episode web series based on the live-action film adaptations, 'Attack on Titan' and 'Attack on Titan: End of the World'. It features the same cast from the movies and tells a new story about the everyday lives and secrets of soldiers; particularly Hange Zoë's Titan research and the creation of the Three Dimensional Maneuver Gear -in the films' continuity.
Kit Secord receives a surprise package on her birthday revealing that she's next in line to become the Rocketeer, a legendary superhero who has the ability to fly with the help of a rocket-powered jet pack. Armed with her cool new gear and secret identity, Kit is ready to take flight and save the day with her gadget-minded best friend, Tesh, and airplane-mechanic uncle, Ambrose, who join her on epic adventures.
Rocketship 7 was a children's television series that aired weekday mornings on WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York from 1962 to 1978 and from 1992 to 1993. The host of the show was Dave Thomas, who had joined WKBW in 1961. Promo the Robot was the show's other main on-air character. The person inside Promo the Robot was, for several years, Johnny Banazak. Rocketship 7 featured segments with Thomas and Promo along with cartoons and other short programs such as Davey and Goliath, and Gumby. Thomas left the station in 1978 to join WPVI in Philadelphia, where he assumed the name "Dave Roberts". When Roberts left, WKBW canceled Rocketship 7. When The Commander Tom Show was cancelled in 1991, WKBW decided to continue the "Commander Tom" character of Tom Jolls by reviving Rocketship 7 as a weekly Saturday morning series. Airing at 7 AM, Captain Mike Randall assumed hosting duties for this version of the show with his sidekick, Yeoman Bob, with Commander Tom Jolls, Promo the Robot, and Captain Comic making guest appearances. According to a recent Facebook post by Mike Randall, "In January 1992 The NEW Rocketship 7 debuted on WKBW-TV IN Buffalo, NY. Created & Written by Bob Stilson. The Show Starred Mike Randall as Captain Mike, Bob Stilson as Yoeman Bob, Tom Jolls as Commander Tom, John Di Sciullo as Mr. Lucky, Charlie Mikolajczyk as Admiral Promo The Robot, Kathy Randall As Thema Louise."