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Comic books in 'Zero Hour'

  • Issue #1A
    Zero Hour Ashcan (1994) 1A
    Published 1994 by DC.

    4 page giveaway. Black & white. Zero Hour.

  • Issue #1
    Zero Hour Sampler (1994) Zero Month 1

    Wizard giveaway promoting DC's Zero Hour crossover.

  • Issue #1
    Zero The Beginning of Tomorrow (1994) 1

    Promotional comic from DC for the Zero Hour crossover.

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

    R.E.B.E.L.S. rises from the ashes of the L.E.G.I.O.N. in the aftermath of ZERO HOUR! Fugitives from the very organization they founded, Vril Dox, Lobo, Stealth and company are forced to commit a violent crime to survive. And their former allies are out for blood. Plus, relive the true history of the L.E.G.I.O.N. and the lies that the organization's new tyrant, Lyrl Dox, have put in its place. Written by Tom Peyer, with art and cover by Arnie Jorgensen and James Pascoe. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #0B
    Superboy (1994 3rd Series) 0B

    Collector's Set Edition. This edition originally came in a collector's set and features the Zero Hour logo on the cover instead of a barcode. Zero Hour. Superboy recounts his first encounter with Sidearm to Professor Emil Hamilton in "Sidearm - One! Superboy - Zero!" Written by Karl Kesel. Pencils by Tom Grummett. Inks by Doug Hazlewood & Dennis Janke. Cover by Grummett. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #0B
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 0B

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    Collector's Set Edition. This edition originally came in a collector's set and features the Zero Hour logo on the cover instead of a barcode. Kenny Braverman's high school days with Clark Kent are recounted, while Conduit makes another attempt on Clark's life in "Peer Pressure Part 2 - Awards." Continued from Superman The Man of Steel (1991) #0. Continues in Adventures of Superman (1939) #0. Written by Dan Jurgens. Art & cover by Jurgens & Brett Breeding. Cover price $1.50.

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

    Strange Brew - Written by Doug Moench. Art and Cover by Tomm Coker & Keith Aiken. Earth's newest heroes explode from the distant past when Doctor Zechariah Leight discovers a handful of mysterious crystals in a forgotten tomb. The crystals yield four elementally powered superbeings: the Xenobrood! But hostile forces are gunning for Leight, and his metahuman discoveries quickly get their baptism of fire as they burst upon the modern world! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1A
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time (1994) 1A

    Regular Edition (with barcode on cover). The universe continues to unravel through time, destruction working its way to the present. In fact, cities begin to vanish, and futuristic characters such as Impulse and Booster Gold disappear. Jack Garrick appeals to The Spectre for help. Hal Jordan as Parallax--Extant's partner in cosmic crime--reveals his plan to reform and reshape the universe as he sees fit. Written and drawn by Dan Jurgens, with inks by Jerry Ordway. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3A
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time (1994) 3A

    Regular Edition (with barcode on cover). The universe is unraveling, destruction working its way from the future to the present and from the past to the present, and the heroes of earth gather to form a plan of action. Superman is quickly voted in as leader of the impressive gathering. Anomalies continue, such as the appearance of multiple incarnations of Hawkman ultimately morphing into a new Hawkman. Extant easily defeats the Justice Society. Written and drawn by Dan Jurgens, with inks by Jerry Ordway. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #0
    Manhunter (1994 2nd Series) 0

    Here Comes the Night - Written by Steven Grant. Art and Cover by Vince Giarrano. Rising from forces awakened by the events of ZERO HOUR comes Manhunter. To save his loved ones from corruption, musician Chase Lawler uses occult secrets to open a "Pandora's Box" of terror, unleashing a savage primal archetype upon the world. The Wild Huntsman is a creature of legend that seeks out and crushes lost souls...and can only be sent back if someone else takes up the eternal hunt. To hold the creature at bay, Chase Lawler must become the new Manhunter, preying upon the Wild Huntsman's intended victims, capturing them if he can, killing them if he must! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #0
    Wonder Woman (1987 2nd Series) 0

    Zero Hour issue. When Queen Hippolyta tells Diana of a new contest to choose a new Wonder Woman, Mala recounts the events of the last contest in "The Contest: Part 2 - The Blind Eyes of Time." Artemis appearance. Continued from Wonder Woman (1987-2006 2nd Series) #90, and continues in #91. Written by William Messner-Loebs. Art by Mike Deodato, Jr. Cover by Brian Bolland. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #0A
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time (1994) 0A
    • Signed and remarked by Green Lantern creator Mart Nodell with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Regular Edition (with barcode on cover). Despite the numbering, this is actually the last issue in this five-part countdown mini-series, designed as such to reflect the story itself, in which the universe is being destroyed by an all-consuming force (entropy) that is working its way from the distant future to the past. The series should be read in reverse order, from four to zero. Various heroes battle the godlike Parallax (Hal Jordan) and his allies in order to prevent him from recreating a new and "improved" universe. Written and drawn by Dan Jurgens, with inks by Jerry Ordway. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #0
    Ray (1994 2nd Series) 0
    Published Oct 1994 by DC.

    The Ray has never known the full truth of his metahuman inheritance...until now! His father, the Golden Age Ray, reveals those startling, long hidden secrets...and the young Ray may not be able to live with what he learns. Written by Christopher Priest, with art and cover by Howard Porter and Robert Jones. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    Robin (1993-2009) 10
    Published Sep 1994 by DC.

    Zero Hour. A time shift results in the Tim Drake Robin teaming up with a younger Dick Grayson Robin to work a case in "Two Birds One Stone." Written by Chuck Dixon. Art & cover by Tom Grummett & Ray Kryssing. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #23A
    Valor (1992 DC) 23A
    Published Sep 1994 by DC.

    1st printing. Final issue. Part 5 of the 6-part crossover 'End of an Era,' continued from Legionnaires (1993) #18. As ZERO HOUR closes in on the 30th century, Valor, the Legion of Super-Heroes and the Legionnaires battle for the fate of New Earth. But even the unexpected arrival of a certain time-displaced hero may not be enough to stop Glorith and Mordru. Concludes in Legion of Super Heroes (1989 4th Series) #61. Written by Kurt Busiek, with art by Colleen Doran and Dave Cooper. Cover by Stuart Immonen and Jose Marzan, Jr. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2A
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time (1994) 2A

    Regular Edition (with barcode on cover). The universe continues to unravel. Alan Scott and Jay Garrick retire in the wake of the annihilation of fellow Justice Society members. Various heroes (including Waverider) battle Extant and a possessed group of Team Titans. Written and drawn by Dan Jurgens, with inks by Jerry Ordway. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4A
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time (1994) 4A

    Regular Edition (with barcode on cover). Readers of Zero Hour should read this issue first, then work their way backward to number zero. This gimmick by DC reflects the storyline itself, in which the universe is being destroyed by an all-consuming force that is working its way from the distant future to the past. Wally West Flash, like Barry Allen before him, tries to stop the crisis, but vanishes in the process. In addition, anomalies, such as Barbara Gordon appearing as Batgirl (despite the fact that Joker paralyzed her years before), begin popping up all over the world. Written and drawn by Dan Jurgens, with inks by Jerry Ordway. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #0
    Robin (1993-2009) 0
    Published Oct 1994 by DC.

    Zero Hour. Nightwing guests. The important role played by Two-Face in the lives of Dick Grayson and Tim Drake is recounted in "Brothers in Arms." Written by Chuck Dixon. Art & cover by Tom Grummett & Ray Kryssing. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #0
    Spectre (1992 3rd Series) 0

    Secrets of the Spectre's past are revealed in this compelling tale. For a thousand years, only a single soul has successfully eluded the Spectre's fury, merely to die and be reincarnated over and over again. Now the Spectre faces that soul for the final time. But when the dreaded Spirit of Vengeance begins to pass his terrible judgment, the soul makes the Spectre an offer: he will reveal the Spectre's ancient, hidden origins and show him that Jim Corrigan is not the first to wear the Spectre's shroud! Written by John Ostrander, with art and cover by Tom Mandrake. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • 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 #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 #0A
    Superboy (1994 3rd Series) 0A
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    • Paper: White
    • Label #2062616022

    Zero Hour. Superboy recounts his first encounter with Sidearm to Professor Emil Hamilton in "Sidearm - One! Superboy - Zero!" Written by Karl Kesel. Pencils by Tom Grummett. Inks by Doug Hazlewood & Dennis Janke. Cover by Grummett. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #0
    Starman (1994 2nd Series) 0

    Cover by Tony Harris. Falling Star, Rising Son (Sins of the Father Part One), script by James Robinson, art by Tony Harris and Wade Von Grawbadger; With the original Starman retired, his old foe, The Mist, continues an old vendetta against Starman as he returns and takes the life of the hero's oldest son.; Now, Starman's rebellious younger son Jack is forced into a role that he does not want and has spent a lifetime denying. Article on how the series came about with character sketches as background by James Robinson, art by Tony Harris. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #0A
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 0A

    Zero Hour. Kenny Braverman's high school days with Clark Kent are recounted, while Conduit makes another attempt on Clark's life in "Peer Pressure Part 2 - Awards." Continued from Superman The Man of Steel (1991) #0. Continues in Adventures of Superman (1939) #0. Written by Dan Jurgens. Art & cover by Jurgens & Brett Breeding. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #8
    Superboy (1994 3rd Series) 8

    Zero Hour Crossover. "Big Trouble in Smallville!" Superman cameo. Story by Karl Kesel. Art by Tom Grummett, Doug Hazlewood, and Dan Davis. Superboy, meet...well, meet Superboy. As time turns upside down in the DC Universe, Superboy comes face-to-face with the original Boy of Steel in the place where it all began, Smallville! Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #0A
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 0A

    Zero Hour. Someone's cutting Clark Kent's face out of childhood photos...and trying to kill him, too, in "Peer Pressure Part 1 - A Whole New World." Continues in Superman (1987) #0. Written by Louise Simonson. Art & cover by Jon Bogdanove & Dennis Janke. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #24
    Team Titans (1992) 24

    Final Issue - Zero Hour tie-in. "All Good Things...!" Guest-starring Aqualad. Story by Jeff Jensen and Phil Jimenez. Art by Phil Jimenez, Nigel Tully, Andrew Pepoy, Rus Sever, and Dan Davis. Who is this mysterious arch villain plotting and scheming from the shadows. Is this the end of the road for the teenage heroes from the future? Don't fret their story continues in the pages of Zero Hour #1. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Outsiders (1993 2nd Series) 11

    Zero Hour crossover. The Outsiders in a climactic battle to clear their name in "Final Blood Part 2 (of 2)". Script by Mike W. Barr, pencils by Paul Pelletier, inks by Robert Campanella. Atomic Knight. 1-page ad for Zero Month has original art by Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway. Pelletier/Campanella cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Superman Zero Hour TPB (2018 DC) 1-1ST Superman Zero Hour TPB (2018 DC) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Action Comics (1938-2011 DC) #0 and 703, Adventures of Superman (1987-2006) #0 and 516, Superman (1987-2011 2nd Series) #0 and 93, Steel (1994-1998) #0 and 8, Superman: The Man of Steel (1991-2003) #0 and 37, and Superboy (1994-2002 3rd Series) #0 and 8.

    Written by David Micheline, Karl Kesel, Dan Jurgens, and Louise Simonson. Art by Jackson Guice, Denis Rodier, Barry Kitson, Ray McCarthy, Peter Krause, Dan Jurgens, Brett Breeding, Joe Rubinstein, Chris Batista, Rich Faber, Andrew Pepoy, Jon Bogdanove, Dennis Janke, Tom Grummett, Doug Hazlewood, and Dan Davis. Cover by Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding.

    Time is collapsing in on itself. The villainous Extant has ushered in a series of black holes that are swallowing the universe - past, present and future! The result? Krypton never exploded. The Kents never found a baby in a field. Superman isn't the protector of Metropolis. How can the Man of Steel put back time as it should be?

    Softcover, 320 pages, full color.

    Cover price $29.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time HC (2018 DC) 1-1ST Zero Hour Crisis in Time HC (2018 DC) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Showcase '94 (1994) #8-9 and Zero Hour: Crisis in Time (1994) #0-4.

    Written by Dan Jurgens. Art by Ken Branch, Frank Fosco, Dan Jurgens, and Jerry Ordway.

    All of reality comes under attack when a mysterious force of entropy begins slowly erasing time itself - making its way from both the past and future toward the present! As history itself unravels around them, the heroes of the world--including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, the Justice Society and the Titans - scramble to fix the broken time stream. But even if they stop the true source of the chaos, the world they save will never be the same! Collects ZERO HOUR #0-4 in hardcover for the first time. Includes a new introduction by Dan Jurgens, updated timeline to the DC Universe and never-before-collected bonus material.

    Hardcover, 144 pages, full color.

    Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time Omnibus HC (2019 DC) 25th Anniversary 1-1ST Zero Hour Crisis in Time Omnibus HC (2019 DC) 25th Anniversary 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Action Comics (1938-2011 DC) #703, Adventures of Superman (1987-2006) #516, Anima (1994-1995) #7, Batman (1940-2011) #511, Batman: Shadow of the Bat (1992-2000) #31, Catwoman (1993-2001 2nd Series) #14, Damage (1994-1996) #0 and #6, Darkstars (1992-1996 DC) #24, Detective Comics (1937-2011 1st Series) #678, The Flash (1987-2009 2nd Series) #0 and 94, Green Arrow (1987-1998 1st Series) #90, Green Lantern (1990-2004 2nd Series) #0 and 55, Guy Gardner: Warrior (1992-1996) #24, Hawkman (1993-1996 3rd Series) #13, Justice League America (1987-1996) #92, Justice League Europe (1989-1994) #68, Justice League Task Force (1994-1996) #16, L.E.G.I.O.N. (1989-1994 1st Series) #70, Legionnaires (1993-2000) #18, Legion of Super-Heroes (1989-2000 4th Series) #61, Outsiders (1993-1995 2nd Series) #11, Robin (1993-2009) #10, Steel (1994-1998) #8, Superboy (1994-2002 3rd Series) #8, Superman (1987-2011 2nd Series) #93, Superman: The Man of Steel (1991-2003) #0 and 37, Team Titans (1992-1994) #24, Valor (1992-1994 DC) #23, Zero Hour: Crisis in Time (1994) #4-0, and Stories from Showcase '94 (1994) #8-10.

    Cover by Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway.

    Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the time-warping event!

    Includes a foreword by Dan Jurgens, afterword by series editor KC Carlson, the Zero Month Sampler and an extensive gallery of promotional and behind-the-scenes material.

    Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 1,096 pages, full color.

    Credits:

    Written by Dan Jurgens, Mark Waid, Chuck Dixon,, Tom Joyner, Karl Kesel, Ron Marz, Louise Simonson, Christopher Priest, Mike W. Barr, Kurt Busiek, Kevin Dooley, Jo Duffy, Michael Jan Friedman, Alan Grant, Tom McGraw, William Messner-Loebs, David, Michelinie, Doug Moench, Mike McAvennie, Tom Peyer, Baeu Smith, Elizabeth Hand, Jeff Jensen, Phil Jimenez, and Paul Witcover.

    Art by Dan Jurgens, Tom Grummett, Darryl Banks, Jon Bogdanove, Jackson Guice, Phil Jimenez, Brent Anderson, Derec Aucoin, Jim Balent, Eduardo Barreto, Chris Batista, Bret Blevins, Mike Collins, Colleen Doran, Frank Fosco, Chris Gardner, Stuart Immonen, Peter Krause, Greg LaRocque, Steve Lieber, Mike Manley, Bill Marimon, Graham Nolan, Carlos Pacheco, Paul Pelletier, Luke Ross, Nigel Tully, Mike Wieringo, Jason Armstrong, Arnie Jorgensen, Mitch Byrd, Craig Hamilton, Mike Parobeck, Howard Porter, Jerry Ordway, Ken Branch, Joe Rubenstein, Jose Marzan, Jr., Dan Davis, Don Hillsman, Dennis Janke, Romeo Tanghal, Justine Mara Anderson, Will Blyberg, Ron Boyd, Robert Campanella, Dave Cooper, Ray Kryssing, Bob McLeoa, James Pascoe, Rich Rankin, Denis Rodier, Curt Shoultz, Bob Smith, John Stokes, Wayne Faucher, Andrew Pepoy, Matt Banning, Rich Faber, Craig Hamilton, Doug Hazlewood, Stan Woch, and Rus Sever.

    Cover price $150.00.

  • Issue #0
    Outsiders (1993 2nd Series) 0

    Zero Hour issue. The Eradicator, Halo, Looker, Faust and Wylde take on an alien menace in "From The Ashes". Script by Mike W. Barr, pencils by Paul Pelletier, inks by Robert Campanella. Pelletier/Campanella cover. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #93
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 93

    Zero Hour! "Home!" Guest-starring Supergirl. Cameo by Metron of the New Gods. Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Dan Jurgens and Joe Rubinstein. As the Zero Hour Effect continues to wash over the DC Universe, Superman finds himself face-to-face with two travelers from the far off world of Krypton. Don't miss this exciting chapter in the life of Superman. Story continues in Adventures of Superman (1939-2006) #516. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #9
    Showcase 94 (1994) 9
    Published Sep 1994 by DC.

    In the astounding conclusion of "The Secret Origin of Scarface," a bizarre prison breakout links the Ventriloquist and Scarface in what becomes a defining relationship for both of them, in a tale written by Alan Grant and John Wagner, with art by Teddy Kristiansen. In Part 2 of a special ZERO HOUR prelude, Waverider and Monarch battle across the timestream as Monarch tries to adjust it to his own nefarious ends. Shocking secrets about Monarch are revealed and he emerges more powerful than ever, with a new costume, in a story written by Dan Jurgens and pencilled by Frank Fosco. New Blood Pax has to face a spaceship full of parasites, written by Terrance Griep and pencilled by Kyle Hotz. Cover by Shawn McManus. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    Showcase 94 (1994) 10
    Published Oct 1994 by DC.

    Following the shattering conclusion of 'KnightsEnd,' Jean Paul Valley struggles with an uncertain future in "Azrael: Aftermath," written by Alan Grant, with art by Mike Vosburg and Ron McCain, a story that bridges the Batman books with the Azrael ongoing series. In Part 1 of the 2-part "The Tempting," Black Condor faces Peregrine, a new foe who tries to use his knowledge of the hero's true potential to lure Black Condor to the side of evil - and the very act of opposing Peregrine will ensure the villain's victory. Written by Brian Augustyn, with pencils by Anthony Chun. Also featuring a special ZERO HOUR tie-in story in which Chronos, Clock King, Calendar Man and Time Commander learn just how screwed-up time has become - again and again. Written by Mike McAvennie and pencilled by Jason Armstrong. Cover by Joe Quesada and Karl Kesel. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    Showcase 94 (1994) 8
    Published Aug 1994 by DC.

    Revealed for the first time: the shocking secret origin of one (or is that two?) of Batman's deadliest adversaries, Scarface and the Ventriloquist. Set in Blackgate Prison several years ago, this 2-part story of prisoners at the edge of sanity is written by Alan Grant and John Wagner, with art by Teddy Kristiansen. In a special prelude to ZERO HOUR, Waverider plunges through the timestream searching for the missing Monarch, determined to stop him before he can cause further destruction. Written by Dan Jurgens, with pencils by Frank Fosco. And Ted Grant, the original Wildcat, is back on the prowl. Following the death of Yolanda Montez, the new Wildcat, Grant must learn the truth behind a witch's claim that the dead hero can be restored to life. Written by Eddie Berganza, with art by Nick Gnazzo and Ray Kryssing. Cover by Ted McKeever. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #37
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 37

    Zero Hour. Batmen throughout time and space are trying to make contact with Superman in "Countdown to Zero." Written by Louise Simonson. Art & cover by Jon Bogdanove & Dennis Janke. Bogdanove draws the various Batmen in the styles of past Bat artists like Neal Adams, Frank Miller & Bob Kane. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time TPB (1994 DC) 1-REP

    2nd and later printings. Collects Showcase '94 (1994) #8-9 and Zero Hour: Crisis in Time (1994) #4-0.

    Written by Dan Jurgens. Art by Ken Branch, Frank Fosco, Dan Jurgens, and Jerry Ordway.

    This volume chronicles a discovery by DC's greatest heroes of a tidal wave of temporal disruption. They band together to combat the chronal chaos as other heroes face even greater havoc a thousand years in the future! Includes a cover gallery and DCU Timeline.

    Softcover, 158 pages, full color. Cover price $17.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Zero Hour Crisis in Time TPB (1994 DC) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Showcase '94 (1994) #8-9 and Zero Hour: Crisis in Time (1994) #4-0.

    Written by Dan Jurgens. Art by Ken Branch, Frank Fosco, Dan Jurgens, and Jerry Ordway.

    This volume chronicles a discovery by DC's greatest heroes of a tidal wave of temporal disruption. They band together to combat the chronal chaos as other heroes face even greater havoc a thousand years in the future!

    Softcover, 158 pages, full color. Cover price $9.95.