“This week’s experiment is called Jack, Mighty Jack. It’s produced by Frank, Sandy Frank.” Put together by Japanese effects maestro Eiji Tsuburaya, Mighty Jack was broadcast on Japanese television between April and June 1968. 13 one hour episodes. Frank selected the first and sixth installments, mashed them together, dubbed it in English, and offered it as a movie of the same name. Joel Robinson Is Dead, Formal Flippers, Ear Shaped Earmuffs, Mighty Jack Dog Food, The Bots Imprison Joel, Cheap Underwater Filming, “Slow The Plot Down”. “Hey Mighty Jack. The story of a brave pancake. Starring Aunt Jemima and Flap The Wonder Dog”, “Mighty Jack. The dog… Isn’t that a dog food?”, “Featuring our all vegetarian dishes. Hitaki, Teriyaki, and Naoko Koko… Kobo.” “Ah, they really should waterproof this basement” or “The fries are up. It’s a glorious moment for all”?
Okay. Corrupt Espionage syndicate Q is hellbent to eradicate Mighty Jack a mobile flying submarine unit as they kidnap an agent, hide in a polar ice cap, and even recruit the son of Mighty Jack’s supervisor into their schemes.