Appearing in "Zero Hour"Edit
- Batgirl (Final appearance; Dies)
- Green Arrow
- Power Girl
- Wonder Woman
- Amazing Man
- Captain Atom
- Captain Marvel
- Flash (Jay Garrick)
- Green Lantern (Alan Scott)
- Liri Lee
- Martian Manhunter
- The Ray
- Time Trapper
Synopsis for "Zero Hour"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue is reprinted in the Zero Hour: Crisis in Time trade paperback.
- Zero Hour: Crisis in Time was shipped on a weekly publishing schedule.
- The reading order for this limited series counts down backwards beginning with issue #4 and ending with issue #0.
- Hal Jordan interestingly decides to create one Earth for the modern-day mainstream DC Universe heroes and another for the Justice Society where they would never grow old -- similar to the original pre-Crisis Multiverse concept of Earth-One and Earth-Two, the respective homes of both the Justice League and the Justice Society.
- Hal asks Captain Atom if he wanted to regain lost time -- referring to his post-Crisis origin where he was transported 18 years into the future due to the experiment that made him into Captain Atom.
- Green Arrow makes a comment about the recently-deceased (and erased) Batgirl not being forgotten even though she no longer at that point existed. Interestingly, her Earth-One counterpart made a comment about the Earth-One Supergirl being a hero that would not be forgotten at her memorial service in Crisis On Infinite Earths #7, though her existence would be erased with the John Byrne reboot of the modern day Superman's origin.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- Zero Hour article at Wikipedia
- Zero Hour Frequently Asked Questions
- Zero Hour series index at the DCU Guide
- Zero Hour series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Zero Hour series index at the Grand Comics Database
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