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Shogun Warriors (U.S. manga)

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Themes: mecha, super robot
Objectionable content: Mild
Number of tankoubon: 20
Chapter titles: We have 20
1979 to 1980 
1979-02 to 1980-09
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 1
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)
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
Doug Moench
Steven Grant (Issue 15)
Original creator:
Jack Kirby (Dum Dum Dugan, The Fantastic Four, & Gabe Jones; uncredited)
Stan Lee (Dum Dum Dugan, The Fantastic Four, & Gabe Jones; uncredited)
Herb Trimpe
Mike Vosburg (Issue 15)

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)
Editor-in-Chief: Jim Shooter
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)
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)
English companies
Licensed by: Marvel Comics

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