A Japanese version of the Justice League.
|Boss Bishonen||Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance #4||Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance #4||A new member of Big Science Action. He is Boss Bosozuko's successor and "carries the torch of a grand tradition of fiery champions".|
|Boss Bosozuko||Final Crisis #2||Final Crisis #2|
|Cosmo Racer||Final Crisis #2||Final Crisis #2||An amnesiac extraterrestrial android who requires specials crystals to power his 'roller boots' up for interstellar traveler.|
|Goraiko||JLA #26||Final Crisis #2||A Japanese hero who communicates almost entirely in haiku, Goraiko is a powerful member of the International Ultramarine Corps. Goraiko is actually a mental projection from the mind of a young girl.|
|Hammersuit Zero-X||Final Crisis #2||Final Crisis #2||Miss Kusanagi a Japanese schoolgirl, who is also a super-smart science heroine pilots the monster fighting suit of powered armor known as a "Hammersuit".|
|Junior Waveman||Final Crisis #2||Final Crisis #2||Orphaned when his family was lost at sea, young Riki Kimura was rescued by a group called the Wavemen, and adopted by their leader, Senior Waveman Otomo.|
|Nazo Baluda||Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance #4||Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance #4||She is a new member of Big Science Action. She is the team's "dark star stealth warrior".|
|Rising Sun||Super Friends #8||Final Crisis #2||As the solar-powered hero called Rising Sun, Izumi Yasunari is one of Japan's first and prime super-heroes, and the inspiration of later followers like Sunburst (I) and Doctor Light (IV). He is a long-standing member of the Global Guardians, and a warrior at heart.|
|Ultimon||Final Crisis #2||Final Crisis #2||A Japanese super hero from DC comics based on poplar giant Tokusatsu heroes like Spectreman, Jet Jaguar and especially Ultraman. He is dedicated to fighting giant monsters which is translated in Japanese as Daikaiju.|
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