digital ZERO HOUR SALE at Comixology
Comixology is having a Zero Hour sale this weekend beginning 4/14/12. Issues for 99 cents.
Zero Hour: Crisis in Time (1994) was written and drawn by Dan Jurgens (5 issues). Hal Jordan has become Parallex and upset about the destruction of Coast City (during Reign of the Supermen) decides to set the DC Universe aright. (sound familiar) Zero Hour issues to be read like a coutdown #4, #3, #2, #1, #0.
There were crossovers into individual character books. Here are the Superman related ones:
Superman Man of Steel #37 (which may or may not be posted yet, I’ve contacted them about the mix up) — which has engaged Clark & Lois (this is post Death of Superman), Jeb (Lois’ old boyfriend), Jimmy involved with a vampire, multiple Batmen (from different eras), Jonathan and Martha get a visit from Jor-El and Lara. This issue should be 99 cents, once they get it displayed.
Superman v2 #93 Superman and Supergirl in this one. Superman meets with ALL his parents. Lois is in this issue. 99 cents
Adventures of Superman #516 — Superman goes to another Metropolis and meets it’s hero, Alpha Centurion, who is involved with Lois Lane. 99 cents
Action #703 — People begin to disappear and Clark has two sets of Ma and Pa Kents to contend with. Lois does her job amongst the havoc. 99 cents
Peer Pressure story arc (still in Zero Hour time frame)
Superman Man of Steel #0 — Intro of Kenny Braverman (Clark’s childhood friend) as Conduit. Lois and Clark in apartment with Clark cooking. 99 cents
Superman v2 #0 Lois helps Clark find his Clinton Ave apartment. Clark wins a Baldy award. Conduit attacks 99 cents
Adventures of Superman #0 Cover is currently wrong on Comixology. Clark paints the apartment and Lois. Clark’s early days in Paris with Kenny and Simone. 99 cents
Action #0 Superman’s first thought is Lois, returns to the apartment. Kenny’s hatred of Clark and Conduit’s hatred of Superman are revealed. 99 cents
There’s some great Superman and Clois stuff and also some icky other people stuff. I hope they post Superman Man of Steel #37 because the appearance of all the ages of Batman is a total hoot.