This site was originally created in 1998 and hosted on GeoCities. It was one of only two websites at the time that were totally devoted to TGAH. In 2000 the site was registered under the domain greatestamericanhero.com. The site grew substantially as I increased the amount of material about the show on the web.
Later in 2004 I was honored to be contacted by Anchor Bay Entertainment who had just signed a deal with Stephen J. Cannell Productions to distribute the series on DVD. I provided the company with information, contacts, and written material for the 3 season DVD sets that were eventually released in the coming year.
The site functioned under greatestamericanhero.com until a comedy of errors caused the loss of that name in 2006. Before the previous domain expired in that same year, it was changed to what it is today as the-greatest-american-hero.com.
The mission of this site and myself is to aquire and preserve all archival material that document the creation, production, and broadcast of The Greatest American Hero. This site is used to arrange and describe these materials and make them accessible to the public on the internet for those who are interested in the history of the series. In doing so it is my hope to bring recognition to the people in front of the camera, and the many, many others unrecognized behind the scenes who worked long hours to turn a regular guy into a hero.