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Steel (1994) comic books

  • Issue #0
    Steel (1994) 0
    Published Oct 1994 by DC.

    Dramatic changes occur in the life of Steel when his armor suddenly appears to take on new and astonishing capabilities. But there may be even more to this development than meets the eye when Hazard raises the question: is John Henry Irons a metahuman? Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista and Rich Faber. Cover by Jon Bogdanove, Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1A
    Steel (1994) 1A
    Published Feb 1994 by DC.

    No sooner does John Henry Irons arrive back in Washington than he finds himself taking on a street gang equipped with deadly Toastmasters in "Wrought Iron." Written by Jon Bogdanove with Louise Simonson. Art by Chris Batista & Rich Faber. Cover by Bogdanove & Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1DFSIGNED
    Steel (1994) 1DFSIGNED
    Steel (1994) #1DFSIGNED
    Tags: Superman
    Published Feb 1994 by DC.

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    Dynamic Forces Signed Edition limited to 7500 copies. Signed by Louise Simonson, Jon Bogdanove, Chris Batista, and Rich Faber with certificate of authenticity. No sooner does John Henry Irons arrive back in Washington than he finds himself taking on a street gang equipped with deadly Toastmasters in "Wrought Iron." Written by Jon Bogdanove with Louise Simonson. Art by Chris Batista & Rich Faber. Cover by Bogdanove & Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Steel (1994) 2
    Published Mar 1994 by DC.

    Steel is caught in the middle of a gang war when his nephew Jamahl gets involved in a deal to buy high-tech Toastmaster weapons. When the deal goes sour, Jamahl is pressured to reveal his uncle's secret identity in order to protect the E Street Skulls. Written by Jon Bogdanove and Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista, Rich Faber and Andrew Pepoy. Cover by Bogdanove and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Steel (1994) 3
    Published Apr 1994 by DC.

    Steel wages all-out war on Amertek, the source of the high-tech weapons being supplied to the street gangs of Washington. What he didn't expect was to have to face the armored guards that protect the Colonel...his former boss! Written by Jon Bogdanove and Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista and Rich Faber. Cover by Bogdanove and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4
    Steel (1994) 4
    Published May 1994 by DC.

    Back on the streets after defeating Amertek, Steel focuses on a crime wave that's tearing apart Washington, D.C. But when a super-powered "Tar"-addict attacks gang members at a funeral, it's Steel who must defend his family and friends...without his armor! Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Kevin West and John Lowe. Cover by Jon Bogdanove and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #5
    Steel (1994) 5
    Published Jun 1994 by DC.

    Steel's sister-in-law is seriously injured in a mugging, and her son Jamahl takes the drug Tar in order to exact vengeance on the man who assaulted her. When Steel intervenes, he's forced to battle with his own nephew. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista and Rich Faber. Cover by Jon Bogdanove and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #6
    Steel (1994) 6
    Published Jul 1994 by DC.

    Part 5 of 'Worlds Collide,' the 14-part DC/MILESTONE crossover event, continued from Icon (1993) #15. Steel agonizes over the decision to kill to end the violence in the streets of Washington, D.C. Then, a lead takes Steel back to Metropolis, where he is drawn into the reality-shifting dangers as 'Worlds Collide!' Guest-starring Superman, Superboy and Hardware. Continues in Blood Syndicate (1993) #16. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista and Rich Faber. Cover by Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #7
    Steel (1994) 7
    Published Aug 1994 by DC.

    Part 12 of 'Worlds Collide,' the 14-part DC/MILESTONE crossover event, continued from Icon (1993) #16. Disaster strikes when Rift forces Metropolis to merge with Dakota while the heroes of both worlds struggle to prevent total destruction. Continues in Blood Syndicate (1993) #17. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista and Rich Faber. Cover by Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #8
    Steel (1994) 8
    Published Sep 1994 by DC.

    As ZERO HOUR continues to unfold, Steel's nephew Jamahl Irons finds a new ally when he encounters a teenaged version of his heroic uncle. Plus, the real Steel takes on the super-powered techno-fury of new villain Hazard. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista, Rich Faber and Andrew Pepoy. Cover by Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #9
    Steel (1994) 9
    Published Nov 1994 by DC.

    It's a race against time as Steel tries to figure out what's happening to his armor. Is the armor sentient...or is John Henry Irons a metahuman? Steel's nemesis Hazard wants the answers to these questions as well, and he and his minions will stop at nothing to get them from Steel...dead or alive! Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Frank Fosco and Mark Stegbauer. Cover by Chris Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #10
    Steel (1994) 10
    Published Dec 1994 by DC.

    Caught with blood on his hands, Steel is arrested for a series of brutal murders. John Henry Irons risks everything to expose the real killer's identity and bring him to justice before he can strike again. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Frank Fosco and Mark Stegbauer. Cover by Chris Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #11
    Steel (1994) 11
    Published Jan 1995 by DC.

    Part 1 of the 3-part 'Maximum Orbit.' Doubting his armor's stability, Steel is drawn into battle against an alien invasion. Maxima and Extreme Justice guest-star as Steel takes off into outer space for the first time. Steel guest-stars in this month's Guy Gardner Warrior (1992) #27. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista and Rich Faber. Cover by Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #12
    Steel (1994) 12
    Published Feb 1995 by DC.

    Part 2 of the 3-part 'Maximum Orbit.' Lost in space with an unstable suit of armor, Steel struggles to stop an alien invasion as his air supply begins to run out. Even Maxima from the Justice League may not be able to help him. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista and Rich Faber. Cover by Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #13
    Steel (1994) 13
    Published Mar 1995 by DC.

    Part 3 of the 3-part 'Maximum Orbit.' Steel tries to rescue Maxima when an evil alien reveals unpleasant plans for her...but Maxima doesn't want Steel's help, and unless the two of them work together, neither may see Earth again! Written by Louise Simonson, with pencils by Chris Batista. Cover by Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #14
    Steel (1994) 14
    Published Apr 1995 by DC.

    Following the events in Superman (1987) #99, Steel is reunited with Superman in Washington, D.C. to battle the explosive menace of Bomb! Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Roberto Flores and Rich Faber. Cover by Chris Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #15
    Steel (1994) 15
    Published May 1995 by DC.

    The White Rabbit's plans shift into high gear when she sends her super-powered agents after Steel, who still doesn't know she's alive. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista and Rich Faber. Cover by Batista and Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #16
    Steel (1994) 16
    Published Jun 1995 by DC.

    The White Rabbit's plan to arm everyone in America with super-weapons takes off as Steel at last gains control of his armor. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Chris Batista, Phil Gosier and Rich Faber. Cover by Batista and Faber. Beginning this issue, STEEL is upgraded to DC's Miraweb Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #17
    Steel (1994) 17
    Published Jul 1995 by DC.

    Steel regains control of his armor powers and uses them to hunt down his nephew's abductor. Written by David Michelinie, with art by Greg LaRocque and Rich Faber. Cover by Phil Gosier and Dennis Janke. Miraweb Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #18
    Steel (1994) 18
    Published Aug 1995 by DC.

    Steel learns that what seems to be a random kidnapping may be a strike by one of his enemies. Written by David Michelinie, with art by Phil Gosier and Rich Faber. Cover by Gosier and Dennis Janke. Miraweb Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #19
    Steel (1994) 19
    Published Sep 1995 by DC.

    Steel and his new ally, Chindi, are threatened by Hazard and his team of super-powered youths. Written by David Michelinie, with art by Phil Gosier, Rich Faber, Rob Leigh and Mike Sellers. Cover by Gosier and Dennis Janke. Miraweb Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #20
    Steel (1994) 20
    Published Oct 1995 by DC.

    A new crimelord has been abducting citizens of Washington, and he sends his zombie hordes against Steel to hide his gruesome secret. Written by Ruben Diaz, with art by Roberto Flores, Jeff Albrecht and Ken Branch. Cover by Roberto Flores (as Trebor) and Albrecht. Miraweb Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #21
    Steel (1994) 21

    An UNDERWORLD UNLEASHED tie-in: It's an all-out iron war when Metallo, empowered by Neron, arrives in Washington, D.C. with one goal: the annihilation of Steel. Written by Louise Simonson, with art and cover by Phil Gosier and Rich Faber. Miraweb Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #22
    Steel (1994) 22
    Published Dec 1995 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Art by Phil Gosier, Rich Faber, Howard Porter, and Ron Boyd. Cover by J. H. Williams III and Mick Gray. Steel returns to Earth in time for Thanksgiving dinner with his family, but events set in motion by Tyke's resentment lead to an attack on the Irons house by the cyborg Hardwire. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #23
    Steel (1994) 23
    Published Jan 1996 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Art by Phil Gosier, Rich Faber, Howard Porter, and Ron Boyd. Cover by J. H. Williams III and Mick Gray. Steel returns to Earth in time for Thanksgiving dinner with his family, but events set in motion by Tyke's resentment lead to an attack on the Irons house by the cyborg Hardwire. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #24
    Steel (1994) 24
    Published Feb 1996 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Art by Lee Sullivan, Prentis Rollins, Drew Geraci, and Rich Faber. Cover by Phil Gosier and Rich Faber. Following the attack on his home, Steel battles Hardwire while his family and Hazard's crew watch on television. Hardwire and the government agents Fred and Hank all die in the carnage. Steel is arrested for causing the near-destruction of the Washington Monument during the fight, and reveals his identity as John Henry Irons to reporter Jane Wallace (and the world). 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #25
    Steel (1994) 25
    Published Mar 1996 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Art and cover by Phil Gosier and Rich Faber. Hazard and his crew teleport Steel out of federal custody so that they can kill him themselves. Meanwhile, Steel's family and friends deal with the fallout from the exposure of his secret identity. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #26
    Steel (1994) 26
    Published May 1996 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Art and cover by Phil Gosier and Rich Faber. Natasha takes the Tar formula that gives her temporary super-strength to help her uncle Steel battle Hazard's crew. Meanwhile, the Department of Social Services decides that foster children Tyke and Darlene should be taken away from the Irons family because of the danger that John Henry's superhero career has placed them in. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #27
    Steel (1994) 27
    Published Jun 1996 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Art by Phil Gosier, Keith Champagne, and Rich Faber. Steel and Natasha battle Hazard and his crew, and Steel uses his Annihilator weapon, which disintegrates Flatline, Hot-Spot, and Quake. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #28
    Steel (1994) 28
    Published Jul 1996 by DC.

    Written by Peter Tomasi. Art by Andrew Robinson, Jim Royal, and John Dell. Plasmus kidnaps Natasha in order to force Steel to build him a containment suit because his body is deteriorating. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #29
    Steel (1994) 29
    Published Aug 1996 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Cover by Phil Gosier and Rich Faber. Steel's family and friends are endangered when he must fight Dr. Polaris, the Parasite, and an evil doppelganger in separate battles. In the end, his grandmother Bess dies trying to help him against the Parasite. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #30
    Steel (1994) 30
    Published Sep 1996 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Art by Phil Gosier, Ken Branch, and Rich Faber. Cover by Howard Porter. Following the funeral for Grandma Bess, Steel's ally Double helps him move his family into hiding. Later, after another battle with his evil doppelganger, Steel learns that he did not kill Hot-Spot, Flatline, and Quake after all (issue #27), but they teleported away. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #31
    Steel (1994) 31
    Published Oct 1996 by DC.

    Written by Louise Simonson. Art by Phil Gosier and Rich Faber. Steel battles his evil doppelganger to the finish, with help from his niece Natasha as well as the remnants of Hazard's crew. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #32
    Steel (1994) 32
    Published Nov 1996 by DC.

    Written by Darren Vincenzo. Art by Roger Robinson and Ken Branch. Cover by Dennis Janke. Blockbuster manipulates Steel into performing several tasks for him as a test to see how formidable an enemy he might become in the future. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #33
    Steel (1994) 33
    Published Dec 1996 by DC.

    Written by Peter Tomasi. Art by Jim Aparo and Dick Giordano. Cover by Dennis Janke. Steel and Natasha must deal with the after-effects of her experimentation with the Tar formula which gave her super-powers. 36 pages, full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #34
    Steel (1994) 34
    Published Jan 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Dave Johnson. Bang, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; John Irons, the man called Steel, and his niece Natasha have relocated to Jersey City, where Steel takes the position of Head of Medical Research in a local hospital. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #35
    Steel (1994) 35
    Published Feb 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Dave Johnson. The Thing, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; Using his teleportation powers for the final time, Steel finds himself in a subterranean nightmare--trapped in a dank tunnel on what may or may not be Earth, confronted by a tentacled beast with a taste for metal. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #36
    Steel (1994) 36
    Published Mar 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Dave Johnson. Home, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; Combing the sewers of Jersey City looking for the creature that nearly killed him, Steel encounters a maniacal band of crack addicts armed to the teeth and ready to ignite. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #37
    Steel (1994) 37
    Published Apr 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Dave Johnson. It's French, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; A hellish love triangle is formed when John Irons finds himself drawn to Amanda Quick, but she's also being courted by the diabolical Skorpio, a costumed menace with bio-mechanical weaponry. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #38
    Steel (1994) 38
    Published May 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Dave Johnson. The Gambler, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; Steel's search for his kidnapped boss takes him to Africa, where only one man can help him pull off a dangerous rescue...the man called The Question. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #39
    Steel (1994) 39
    Published Jun 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Dave Johnson. Crash, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan andTom Palmer; As Steel makes his way home from Africa, a mysterious, super-powered man named Crash is looking into Steel's life; But, in addition to a big gun, Crash carries with him a secret that sends John Irons reeling. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #40
    Steel (1994) 40
    Published Jul 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer. The Never Ending Story, script by Christopher Priest, art by Vince Giarrano and Prentis Rollins; While Steel tries out his new hi-tech hammer against a drug-pushing mobster family, Natasha finds herself in trouble at school--trouble that will end in sorrow and death, and leave a member of the Irons family in jail. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #41
    Steel (1994) 41
    Published Aug 1997 by DC.

    Rage, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; Is John Irons guilty of murder?; With all the evidence pointing in that direction, it looks like the only steel he's going to know in the future is the kind that prison bars are made of. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #42
    Steel (1994) 42
    Published Sep 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer. Trauma, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; En route to an awards banquet, Steel and Amanda are assaulted by corrupt cops, his jet boots are stolen, and then he's subjected to the chaotic war zone known as the GSMC emergency room. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #43
    Steel (1994) 43
    Tags: Genesis (part 4), Superman
    Published Oct 1997 by DC.

    Genesis #4. Cover by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer. Vertigo, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; John Irons is convinced something is terribly wrong with the world--and, thanks to the events of GENESIS, he's right; He's so convinced that he puts on his armor and jets over to Metropolis in search of the other Man of Steel--Superman! 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #44
    Steel (1994) 44
    Published Nov 1997 by DC.

    Metropolis, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; Steel recaps the brief visit he made to Metropolis before helping to save the universe in GENESIS; Plus, John's long-thought dead brother, now known as Crash, gets his hands on Steel's jet boots. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #45
    Steel (1994) 45
    Published Dec 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer. Fire, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; John Irons and Amanda Quick look for the policemen who attacked them in issue #42, only to find themselves being questioned about a policeman's mysterious murder. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #46
    Steel (1994) 46
    Published Jan 1998 by DC.

    Cover by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer. Bori, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; The team-up you never thought you'd see: the Kid and...Natasha Irons?; Perhaps romance is in the air, but will Nat's uncle--John Irons, aka Steel--vent his problems with their possible relationship? 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #47
    Steel (1994) 47
    Published Feb 1998 by DC.

    Cover by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer. The Message, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Sal Buscema; John Irons has been using his responsibilities as Steel to help hide his feelings for Amanda Quick, but he's about to realize that all the armor in the world can't protect him from his true feelings; Meanwhile, John's niece Natasha goes home for the holidays, but is discouraged to learn that home isn't as she remembers. 36 pgs., full color. $2.50. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #48
    Steel (1994) 48
    Published Mar 1998 by DC.

    Invasion, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Bill Siekniewicz; Steel's long-thought-dead brother has stolen Steel's flight boots, and he's taking over the nation's toughest street gang by outfitting them with boots of their own; How will Steel defeat his own brother and his army? 36 pgs., full color. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #49
    Steel (1994) 49
    Published Apr 1998 by DC.

    Cover by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer. Heart, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; Steel has a heart--literally--and he has to fly it over to the Garden State Medical Center for someone awaiting a vital operation; Problems arise, however, when navigational controls in Steel's suit go haywire in a storm, and there's an assassin who's been hired to destroy the heart. 36 pgs., full color. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #50
    Steel (1994) 50

    Cover by Ron Frenz, Denys Cowan, and Tom Palmer. Among Giants, script by Christopher Priest, art by Denys Cowan and Tom Palmer; Supermen Red and Blue, the JLA, Superboy, Supergirl, and the Teen Titans have joined with Steel in the battle against the Millennium Giants, and John Henry Irons may have a solution that can stop these mammoth beings. Unfortunately, the solution may be as devastating as the problem. 36 pgs., full color. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.