Shogun Warriors (U.S. manga)

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[ related to Chō Denji Robo Combattler V (TV), related to Gaiking (TV 1/1976), related to Getter Robo G (TV), related to Mazinger Z (TV), related to Planet Robot Danguard Ace (TV), related to Yuusha Raideen (TV) ]

Themes: mecha, super robot
Objectionable content: Mild
Vintage: 1979 to 1980
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Trivia: We have 1
Comment:
Shogun Warriors was a spinoff of Mattel's toy line which featured giant robot figures imported from Japan.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original creator:
Go Nagai (Mazinger Z,Getter Robo,Gaiking)
Leiji Matsumoto (Danguard Ace)
Tadao Nagahama (Combattler V)
(none)
Japanese companies
(none)
English staff
English cast
Story:
Doug Moench
Steven Grant (Issue 15)
Art:
Herb Trimpe
Mike Vosburg (Issue 15)

Color:
Andy Yanchus
Ben Sean (Issue 16)
Bob Sharen (Issues 10, 13-14)
Carl Gafford (Issues 6-9,11,17-20)
George Roussos (Issue 12)
Roger Slifer (Issue 15)
Cover Art:
Al Milgrom (Issues 3-5, 14)
Herb Trimpe
Terry Austin (Issue 11)
Walter Simonson (Issues 12-13)
Ink:
Al Milgrom (Covers 1-2, 9-10)
Bruce D. Patterson (Issue 15)
Dan Green
Herb Trimpe (Issues 19-20)
Jack Abel (Issues 9, 11)
Michael Esposito (Issues 6-8,12-14,16-18)
Steven Mitchell (Issue 10)
Lettering:
Diana Albers (Issues 9, 16)
Irving Watanabe (Issue 18)
James Novak
Joe Rosen (Issue 5)
John Costanza (Issues 7, 11, 14)
Mark Rogan (Issue 17)
Rick Parker (Issues 19-20)
Tom Orzechowski (Issue 6)
(none)
English companies
Licensed by: Marvel Comics
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