JLA: Shogun of Steel

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JLA: Shogun of Steel
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Publication information
Publisher Elseworlds (DC Comics)
Format one-shot
Genre
Publication date April 2002
No. of issues 1
Main character(s) Justice League
Creative team
Written by Ben Raab
Penciller(s) Justiniano
Inker(s) Justiniano
Letterer(s) Bill Oakley
Colorist(s) Sherilyn Van Valkenburgh
Editor(s) Joey Cavalieri

'''JLA: Shogun of Steel''' (2002) was a prestige format comic book one-shot from DC's Elseworlds imprint. It was written by Ben Raab, with art by Justiniano.[1][2]

Plot

A rocketship from an exploding planet Krypton lands not in Smallville, but rather war-torn 14th century feudal Japan. When the baby from Krypton grows into a man, Hoshi, he is convinced by a ragtag band of warriors - Elseworlds versions of the Flash, Hawkman, and Batgirl, among others - to join a rebellion against the oppressive and cunning "Shogun of Steel."

References

  1. ^ "The Seven Super-Samurai: Ben Raab on 'JLA: Shogun of Steel'". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-05. 
  2. ^ "DC News & Views 8.24.03". 411MANIA. 2003-08-24. Retrieved 2016-03-05. 
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