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Publisher DC Comics
First appearance Legion of Super-Heroes
(vol. 4) #33 (September 1992)
Created by Tom and Mary Bierbaum (script)
In-story information
Alter ego Xao Jin
Species Human
Place of origin New Shanghai Colony
Team affiliations Legion of Super-Heroes
Abilities Spellcasting for a variety of effects.

Xao Jin, known as Dragonmage, is a comic book fictional character, a DC Comics superhero and comes from New Shanghai Colony. He first appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes (vol. 4) #33, during the 'Five year gap' where he joined the resistance to Dominator controlled Earthgov.[1]

Fictional character biography

In pre-Zero Hour continuity, Xao Jin became a Legionnaire under the codename Dragonmage.[2] Xao Jin received training from Master Chu Hua as a young student in the mystic arts.[3]

Powers and abilities

Xao Jin is a sorceror whose spells are accompanied by holograms of Chinese dragons.[1][4]


External links

  • Dragonmage at the Comic Book DB
  • Hero History: Dragonmage
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