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In 1985, DC Comics dramatically altered comics' original universe with Crisis on Infinite Earths - an unforgettable, defining event in comics history that streamlined DCU continuity forever. Nine years later, the heroes of the DCU found the temporal fabric of their new reality unraveling, and the biggest threat since the Crisis was about to be revealed.
Zero Hour: Crisis in Time collects this landmark event. Written and pencilled by Dan Jurgens (SUPERMAN: DAY OF DOOM) and inked by Jerry Ordway (JLA/PLANETARY, WONDER WOMAN), Zero Hour chronicles the discovery by DC's greatest heroes of a tidal wave of temporal disruptions, as they band together to combat chronal chaos. A thousand years in the future, other heroes face even greater havoc. Villainy is afoot, as criminal masterminds ten centuries apart try to take advantage of time's shattered visage for their own purposes. But each of them, hero and villain alike, may be nothing more than a pawn in the schemes of the ultimate time villain, whose machinations are on a scale beyond imagining!


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Zero Story: Crisis in Interest 0

Admittedly I'm more of a Marvel fan than DC fan (before the ubiquitous events of the late '90s and '00s), but I do enjoy it once in awhile when it makes sense and tells a good story. Zero Hour, though, doesn't do either of them. There is no characterization until the last three pages of the series, and even that is a little forced considering everything else that had gone on in the DC universe lately (death of Superman, breaking of Batman, insanity of Hal Jordan and destruction of the Green Lant...

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