Sodam Yat

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Sodam Yat in Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors v1 #4.

Sodam Yat is a male extraterrestrial superhero who features in DC Comics.



Sodam Yat

He was among the Green Lanterns called by Hal Jordan to help stop the Cyborg Superman during the villains attempt to destroy Coast City once more. Though Henshaw was able to fight off the other Lanterns, he was unable to combat the sheer strength of Sodam Yat who knocked him down to allow Jordan to a blow to badly wound the supervillain leading to him fleeing the scene. (Green Lanterns v1 #57)

Among his people, he came to serve as a Senator where he formed the Isolationist Party though this came to fall into a minority within the government. Around this time, they were visited by the Eradicator who was following his directive in ensuring the survival of the Kryptonian race. This saw him use genetic engineering and cloning to form a new breed of Daxamite soldier that had all their strengths but none of their weaknesses. With this force, the Eradicator intended to send this army to conquer Earth and remake it into a New Krypton. Upon learning of this, Sodam Yat took a ship and fled to warn the Earth but his vessel crashed on the surface where exposure to the yellow sun briefly caused him to lose control of his abilities. He was confronted by the Justice League who managed to take him to the Hall of Justice where he warned them of the coming threat. (Justice League v4 #40)


Personality and attributes

Yat was responsible for forming the Isolationist Party though he did not do it out of xenophobia but rather because he felt that he needed to protect the universe from his race. To that end, he refused to use yellow sun derived powers as he believed it went against his beliefs. (Justice League v4 #40)

Powers and abilities

He was considered to hold the power of Superman and was his equal in strength. (Green Lanterns v1 #57)


  • Sodam Yat was created by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill where he made his first appearance in Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Annual v1 #2 (December, 1986)

Alternate Versions


  • Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Annual v1:
  • Green Lantern Corps:
  • Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors v1:
  • Green Lanterns v1:
  • Justice League v4:

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