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Cover to Johnny Hiro #1

Johnny Hiro is published by AdHouse Books. Price per issue is $2.95.

Publication DatesEdit

Last IssueEdit

Johnny Hiro #2: 19 Sep 2007

Current IssueEdit

Johnny Hiro #3: 23 Jan 2008

Next IssueEdit

none scheduled

StatusEdit

Irregular ongoing series.

CharactersEdit

Main CharactersEdit

Johnny Hiro -- professional busboy and accidental hero

Mayumi Murakami -- Johnny Hiro's girlfriend, daughter of 1970's Tokyo action girl, Ami Murakami

Minor Characters Edit

Mr. Masago -- restaurant owner and Johnny Hiro's boss

Shinto Pete -- restaurant owner and Masago's rival

Gozadilla -- a giant dinosaur who once aspired to be "The Monster That Destroyed Tokyo," Gozadilla was defeated by Super A-OK Robot, specifically under the leadership of Ami Murakami

Super A-OK Robot -- a 1970s Japanese action team consisting of five individually piloted robotic limbs that, when joined together form a giant warrior robot. The team consists of:

  • Takashi Takahashi
  • Kenchi
  • Ami Murakami
  • Kid Science
  • Yoshi "Toro" Inoue

Other Characters/Places/Things Edit

The comic series features cameos by:

  • Michael Bloomberg -- Mayor of New York City
  • Alton Brown -- Host of the popular television series, "Good Eats"
  • Jeffrey Steingarten -- Chief food critic for Vogue magazine and freelance food journalist
  • Usher -- R&B recording artist and producer
  • David Byrne -- Former lead singer of New Wave band Talking Heads

Recent StorylinesEdit

Johnny Hiro #3 Edit

This is the current issue, and therefore no story information will be posted about this issue. Please check your local comic shop for copies of this issue.

Johnny Hiro #2 Edit

Johnny Hiro #1 Edit

Past StorylinesEdit

CollectionsEdit

Trade PaperbacksEdit

  • Johnny Hiro, vol. 1 - Collects #1-3. "Johnny Hiro tells the story of an everyman and the challenges he faces. Challenges like the revenge of a big lizard, the quest for a lobster, or what can happen when 47 ronin go to the opera." - WorldCat - ISBN 1935233025

HistoryEdit

Leftover Useful InformationEdit

Creative TeamEdit

Writer/Artist/Creator: Fred Chao

Greys: Dylan Babb

Letters: Jesse Post

Publishing HistoryEdit

First published in 2007.

Order CodesEdit

These are the order codes and prices as provided by Diamond Distribution. Your local comic shop should be able to order these for you.

Future Publication DatesEdit

Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.

News & FeaturesEdit

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