No, Forest J. Ackerman did a good job with translations of the first few cycles of Perry Rhodan, plus an attempted revival in the mid to late 90s, but apparently the market wasn't there.I've been meaning to ask: have all the Perry Rhodan books been translated into English? I remember seeing them around a lot in the 70s but the covers and the name never really caught my imagination. But after seeing you mention them here a few times and reading a recent article I'm starting to get interested.
Let's be honest: Perry Rhodan isn't good literature; not even good SF literature. But it often has a demential enthusiasm and a non-apologetic FUN way of presenting its ongoing saga full of space empires, mutants, robots, other dimensions and everything that can fit the kitchen sink. The Borg from Star trek were ripped from the pages of Perry Rhodan, all the way to the cubic ships. And few series lasted long enough to present thousands of years of adventure.
What would be cool would be to translate the Silberbaende books that collect and compress several weekly pamphlets (and get rid of the fill-in material that sometimes comes up). They focus on the important parts of the several Perry Rhodan story arcs and would allow readers to skip decades of back story!