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Strange Adventures #26

Strange Adventures #195

Strange Adventures continues in "Animal Man, Hero or Freak?"

Lucky Comics #1

Lucky Comics 001 (1944)
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League of Justice #2

League of Justice #1

Justice League #27

A FOREVER EVIL tie-in! With the Justice League still missing, a barely functional Cyborg will need help if he’s going to take down the Crime Syndicate! To do that, he must find Doctor Will Magnus! A FOREVER EVIL tie-in! With the Justice League still missing, a barely functional Cyborg will need help if he’s going to take down the Crime Syndicate! To do that, he must find Doctor Will Magnus!

Jughead #351

Jughead v1 351 (1987)
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Howard the Duck #12

Howard wakes up in a jail cell and is set for a day in court? What crime are they accusing Howard of commiting? Howard wakes up in a jail cell and is set for a day in court? What crime are they accusing Howard of commiting?

Hourman #12

Continued from last issue, Ultimate Hourman has attacked the skeletal remains of Hourman, and starts ripping apart what’s left. Justice Legionnaires Superman and Wonder Woman try to intervene, but Superman accidentally disintegrates Hourman when Ultimate Hourman steps between nanoseconds. Ultimate Hourman leaves and the Legionnaires return home. Back at the Justice Legion Alpha’s base in the 853rd century, Superman and Wonder Woman get healed. Still having to deal with the Ultimate Rannians, the Legion has requested the Blackhawks to blockade of Rann-Prime. Superman reveals that he did not disintegrate Hourman, but rather Hourman devolved himself back to his first circuit while Superman’s heat vision distracted Ultimate Hourman. Superman brings Hourman to Tyler Chemorobotics for repairs. The workers at Tyler rebuild Hourman’s skeleton under their bosses’ orders. Restored to a skeleton, Hourman starts rambling about how disappointed he is in more... Continued from last issue, Ultimate Hourman has attacked the skeletal remains of Hourman, and starts ripping apart what’s left. Justice Legionnaires Superman and Wonder Woman try to intervene, but Superman accidentally disintegrates Hourman when Ultimate Hourman steps between nanoseconds. Ultimate Hourman leaves and the Legionnaires return home. Back at the Justice Legion Alpha’s base in the 853rd century, Superman and Wonder Woman get healed. Still having to deal with the Ultimate Rannians, the Legion has requested the Blackhawks to blockade of Rann-Prime. Superman reveals that he did not disintegrate Hourman, but rather Hourman devolved himself back to his first circuit while Superman’s heat vision distracted Ultimate Hourman. Superman brings Hourman to Tyler Chemorobotics for repairs. The workers at Tyler rebuild Hourman’s skeleton under their bosses’ orders. Restored to a skeleton, Hourman starts rambling about how disappointed he is in himself. Seeing his Ultimate self has made our Hourman realize how much of his life he has squandered living in 20th century Happy Harbor. Ultimate Hourman figures out that Hourman tricked him, and tracks him down at Tyler Chemorobotics. Ultimate Hourman rips Hourman’s skull from his skeleton, but the workers at Tyler deactivate the Ultimate Hourman before he causes more harm. Hourman wants his consciousness transferred into Ultimate Hourman’s body. The Tyler worker must check with the boss. When he does, we find out that the boss of Tyler Chemorobotics is somehow Rex Tyler, the golden age Hourman. While Hourman’s consciousness is being transferred, the Justice Legion is attacked by the Else Spheres, Snapper’s crew is lost in time onboard Hourman’s Timeship, and Hourman catches a glimpse of Metron in his dreams. Metron is angered at Hourman’s betrayal, and will not let the transfer occur unless Hourman renounces his selfishness. Hourman is now reborn.

Hourman #11

The android Hourman has been kidnapped by the Justice Legion Alpha: Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Atom. Evidently, subcircuits in Hourman are designed to trigger the JLA if they detect large amounts of fear or shame in Hourman. The JLA interrogate Hourman, wondering why he abandoned the Worlogog and left the Justice Legion to hang around “primitives.” Hourman tries to justify his choices. He tells the Justice Legion that he was only one year old when he joined the JLA, and only two years old when he was given the Worlogog. He says that he needs to make his own mistakes and learn organically. Unknown to Hourman, while he was justifying his decisions, Batman was examining his circuitry. Batman’s concerns are unwarranted, and Hourman’s mindware only required minor and routine repairs. The JLA remove Hourman from the Force Jacket they placed on him, and allow him to go forth with his own future. While Hourman wants to more... The android Hourman has been kidnapped by the Justice Legion Alpha: Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Atom. Evidently, subcircuits in Hourman are designed to trigger the JLA if they detect large amounts of fear or shame in Hourman. The JLA interrogate Hourman, wondering why he abandoned the Worlogog and left the Justice Legion to hang around “primitives.” Hourman tries to justify his choices. He tells the Justice Legion that he was only one year old when he joined the JLA, and only two years old when he was given the Worlogog. He says that he needs to make his own mistakes and learn organically. Unknown to Hourman, while he was justifying his decisions, Batman was examining his circuitry. Batman’s concerns are unwarranted, and Hourman’s mindware only required minor and routine repairs. The JLA remove Hourman from the Force Jacket they placed on him, and allow him to go forth with his own future. While Hourman wants to return to 20th century Happy Harbor, Wonder Woman pleads with him to stay long enough to help them out on a case. While Hourman is in the 853rd century, his 20th century friends are concerned with his whereabouts. Snapper Carr, Bethany Lee, Torcher, and Officer Gary Lenin board Hourman’s Timeship, trying to find him. They meet up with Dr. Togg, who becomes frustrated at the interruption until he realizes Bethany is one of the people doing the interrupting. Back in the future, the Justice Legion has been contacted by the Adam Stranger, the guardian thought of the Rann Worlds. Evidently, there has been a mass slaughter on Rann-Prime. However, when the Flash and Superman respond, they find the inhabitants fine. The Legion knows something is amiss, but they cannot tell what it is, only that the slaughter did happen. The Justice Legion hopes that Hourman’s mastery over time will help uncover the truth. Hourman pledges to help them this one time, then he plans on returning “home” to Snapper and Bethany. Back on the Timeship, the gang try to figure out how to use the Timeship to find Hourman. Dr. Togg and Torcher think they can figure out how the ship works. Torcher triggers a launch of the Timeship, sending everyone into the timestream. In the future, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Hourman head to Rann-Prime. Hourman detects the activation of the Timeship, but realizes there is nothing he can do until the current crisis is over. The Adam Stranger arrives, and attacks Hourman with a Zeta Bomb. The bomb rips parts of Hourman to Earth, while his internal skeletal system remains on Rann. Hourman is severely damaged, but he uses his time vision to reveal the truth. The massacre did indeed occur, but energy spheres have replaced the inhabitants of Rann-Prime to become their “ultimate” selves, including Adam Stranger. Energy spheres appear, and transform themselves into “ultimate” versions of Justice Legionnaires Superman and Wonder Woman. While two of the Ultimate Legionnaires fight their counterparts, Hourman’s time vision removes all the other energy spheres. Hourman tries to get a bead on Ultimate Superman, but misses. Ultimate Superman reaches out to Hourman’s skeleton, and transforms into Ultimate Hourman.

Hourman #10

The issue opens with the release of Dr. Rocco Togg from prison. Dr. Togg, an arch-enemy of the golden age Hourman, had been in prison for 58 years, and was now being released. Due to experimentation before prison, though, Dr. Togg no longer looks human. Instead, he is now a " gombezi," winged creature with dragon claws for feet and small bird-like hands.  Back at the Mad Yak, Bethany Lee and Snapper Carr are teaching their new demon friend Torcher how to order cappuccino. Hourman returns with Wendi Harris in tow, and everyone is overjoyed to see him. Hourman attacks Torcher, thinking him to be a threat, but Snapper calms them both down. Hourman and Wendi take the time to fill in the group on the events of last issue, where Hourman had to send Rick Tyler (the second Hourman) into the Timepoint to save his live from his disease.  As the group leaves more... The issue opens with the release of Dr. Rocco Togg from prison. Dr. Togg, an arch-enemy of the golden age Hourman, had been in prison for 58 years, and was now being released. Due to experimentation before prison, though, Dr. Togg no longer looks human. Instead, he is now a " gombezi," winged creature with dragon claws for feet and small bird-like hands.  Back at the Mad Yak, Bethany Lee and Snapper Carr are teaching their new demon friend Torcher how to order cappuccino. Hourman returns with Wendi Harris in tow, and everyone is overjoyed to see him. Hourman attacks Torcher, thinking him to be a threat, but Snapper calms them both down. Hourman and Wendi take the time to fill in the group on the events of last issue, where Hourman had to send Rick Tyler (the second Hourman) into the Timepoint to save his live from his disease.  As the group leaves the Mad Yak Café, Hourman is approached by Bill McDowell, the CEO of WorldFarmCo. McDowell believes that  Togg is out to kill him. McDowell tells the group that, once Togg was freed from prison, McDowell offered him a job to cure his affliction. However, Togg re-launch his experiments creating “gombezis,” genetically modified hybrid animals. When McDowell saw Dr. Togg’s insane experiments, he wanted to end them. But Togg saw McDowell, so McDowell fled.  Sure enough, McDowell is right about Togg’s intentions. Togg has been watching McDowll electronically. Togg sees McDowell talking to Hourman and his group, and instantly becomes enamored by Bethany. He sends his gombezis to capture Bethany. Hourman and Torcher manage to defend McDowell against the gombezi attack, but the gombezis take Bethany.  Back at Dr. Togg’s lab, the doctor begins transforming Bethany into a gombezi like himself. Hourman breaks into the lab, but is too late to stop the transformation. Dr. Togg, expecting a brawl like the ones he used to have with the golden age Hourman, is surprised when Hourman does not fight. Instead, Hourman uses his time manipulation powers to restore Togg’s device, and cure Togg and Bethany. Dr. Togg, expecting to be hit by Hourman, is again surprised when Hourman offers his hand in friendship.  Hourman sets up Dr. Togg with a space on his Timeship. He tasks Dr. Togg with finding a cure to Rick Tyler’s disease, and offers Togg any resources he may need to complete the job. Hourman offers to care for the gombezis as well. Dr. Togg is apprehensive, but accepts. Hourman returns to Happy Harbor, where he decides to tell Bethany has he has developed feelings for her. As they are about to share their first kiss, Hourman is taken out of time by the members of Justice Legion Alpha. 

Green Lantern #36

Christmas Issue. "The Ghost of Christmas Light!". In this special Holiday issue, Hal brings Carol home to meet his folks. However, the Yule Tide spirit may be dimmed when the nefarious Doctor Light shows up seeking Green Lantern's power source. Christmas Issue. "The Ghost of Christmas Light!". In this special Holiday issue, Hal brings Carol home to meet his folks. However, the Yule Tide spirit may be dimmed when the nefarious Doctor Light shows up seeking Green Lantern's power source.

G.O.T.H. #3

Forever Evil Director's Cut #1

Reprinting the first issue of the world-shaking new miniseries, this issue showcases David Finch's stunning pencil artwork, accompanied by the original script by Geoff Johns. Reprinting the first issue of the world-shaking new miniseries, this issue showcases David Finch's stunning pencil artwork, accompanied by the original script by Geoff Johns.

Flashpoint: Abin Sur - The Green Lantern #1

FLASH FACT! He survived the crash! Abin Sur, the universe's greatest Green Lantern, never died, and can sense something is wrong. Tasked with retrieving The Entity from Earth, Abin can sense there is more to his mission than the guardians let on, as Earth becomes engulfed in a war between the Amazons and Atlanteans. Abin Sur, now a Green Lantern, destroys a Manhunter. Abin's fellow Green Lantern Sinestro then appears, claiming to be in need of Abin's help. Sinestro explains that he is gathering a squad of the best Lanterns to fight against the Black Lanterns, who have conquered hundreds of sectors. Abin intends to speak to the Guardians about the threat, but Sinestro objects in favor assaulting the Black Lanterns at once. When Sinestro claims that Arin would be ashamed of what Abin has become, Abin punches Sinestro, who then leaves. Abin visits Arin's grave, and laments about the loss of Ungara.The Guardians of the Universe on Oa summon Abin more... FLASH FACT! He survived the crash! Abin Sur, the universe's greatest Green Lantern, never died, and can sense something is wrong. Tasked with retrieving The Entity from Earth, Abin can sense there is more to his mission than the guardians let on, as Earth becomes engulfed in a war between the Amazons and Atlanteans. Abin Sur, now a Green Lantern, destroys a Manhunter. Abin's fellow Green Lantern Sinestro then appears, claiming to be in need of Abin's help. Sinestro explains that he is gathering a squad of the best Lanterns to fight against the Black Lanterns, who have conquered hundreds of sectors. Abin intends to speak to the Guardians about the threat, but Sinestro objects in favor assaulting the Black Lanterns at once. When Sinestro claims that Arin would be ashamed of what Abin has become, Abin punches Sinestro, who then leaves. Abin visits Arin's grave, and laments about the loss of Ungara.The Guardians of the Universe on Oa summon Abin Sur and order him to retrieve the White Entity from Earth, as it is connected to all life in the Universe and cannot be afforded to be destroyed. While Abin accepts the mission, he expresses his intent to save Earth as well, despite the Guardians' objections. However, on the way to Earth, Abin's spacecraft is shot down, and the craft crash-lands on the ground. Meanwhile, on the planet Ysmault, Sinestro interrogates Atrocitus about the prophecy of the Flashpoint.
Flashpoint (2013) (Oroboros-DCP)
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