"Stealing Thunder, Part 4: Time-Bound": Rick Tyler initiates his plan B. He teleports himself and Sand to an old lab of his father's, Rex Tyler. Rex explains they are in a chronal stasis field. However, the
Appearing in "Stealing Thunder, Part 4: Time-Bound"
- Black Lightning
- Big Barda
- The Flash (Wally West)
- Hourman (Rex Tyler)
- Martian Manhunter
- Ultra-Humanite as Johnny Thunder
- Crimson Avenger (Lee Travis) (Mentioned only)
- Lyta Hall (Mentioned only)
- Wendi Harris (Mentioned only)
- Hourman (Matt Tyler) (Mentioned only)
- Nabu (Mentioned only)
- Solomon (Mentioned only)
- Shazam (Mentioned only)
- Dolores Winters (Mentioned only)
- Bracelets of Submission
- Kinetic Hammer
- Lasso of Truth
- Nth Metal
- Steel's Armor MK III
- Wonder Woman's Tiara
Synopsis for "Stealing Thunder, Part 4: Time-Bound"
Rick Tyler initiates his plan B. He teleports himself and Sand to an old lab of his father's, Rex Tyler. Rex explains they are in a chronal stasis field. However, they are only granted one hour together in total for the rest of their lives. It was given as a final gift from Matt Tyler before he passed on. They ask Rex for advice on how to defeat Ultra-Humanite. He recommends they attempt a two-pronged attack. First attack him mentally, since he's jumped bodies so many times he has an identity crisis. Then they must electrically overload Yz the Thunderbolt with an electric attack. They part ways after having spent two and a half minutes talking.
Rick and Sand teleport back into the action. Hourman barks orders to the JSA members to hold back the Gorillas while they organize their offensive move. Captain Marvel runs to Black Adam to jump start his powers.
Hourman grabs the metal harness from Mammoth to wrap around and create a lightning rod.
Jakeem Williams receives a psychic link with Thunderbolt. He's told to complete the action of killing Johnny Thunders in order to stop Ultra-Humanite. Captain Marvel proceeds to stab Johnny Thunders body and releasing the Ultra-Humanite from control of his body.
- This book was first published on May 22, 2002.
- This issue was reprinted in JSA Omnibus Vol. 2.
- Hourman's Clock only allows one-hour with his father. He spent 58:37 to 56:08 in this issue.
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