Appearing in "Out of Time, Part 2"
- Black Canary (In a photograph only)
- Doctor Mid-Nite (In a photograph only)
- The Flash (Jay Garrick) (In a photograph only)
- Jakeem Thunder and Johnny Thunderbolt
- Mister Terrific (In a photograph only)
- Sand (In a photograph only)
- Sentinel (In a photograph only)
- Starman (Jack Knight) (In a photograph only)
- Wildcat (In a photograph only)
- The Atom (Al Pratt)
- Black Adam
- Doctor Fate (Kent Nelson)
- Doctor Mid-Nite (Charles McNider)
- Hourman (Matthew Tyler) (Dies)
- Hourman (Rex Tyler)
- Rip Hunter
- Johnny Quick
- Sandman (Wesley Dodds)
- New Earth
- Amulet of Anubis (In a photograph only)
- Cloak of Destiny (In a photograph only)
- Cosmic Converter Belt (In a photograph only)
- Cosmic Staff (In a photograph only)
- Helmet of Fate (In a photograph only)
- Hourman's Timeship (Destroyed)
Synopsis for "Out of Time, Part 2"
Five weeks ago, as the JSA were visiting St. Roch for Hawkman's birthday, Jakeem Williams is grounded for poor grades. He calls Johnny Thunderbolt to transport him to the party but just as they are about to leave, Rip Hunter arrives and says that the Justice Societies need their help.
In the Timestream, Doctor Mid-Nite (Pieter Cross), The Flash, Mister Terrific, and the android Hourman watch as Rick Tyler dives into a portal to take his father's place in the battle with Extant at the Vanishing Point. The time-traveling heroes follow him and end up caught outside the battle, stuck by at force field that won't allow them to alter the events. They watch helplessly as the villain kills and ages their former teammates from the original line-up of the Justice Society and see the moment when the android Hourman previously intervened to create Timepoint and give the elder Hourman time to be with his son. The two Hourmen fight verbally and physically to see who will die. The android Hourman interrupts and insists that he will be the one to die. He covers himself in a hologram to appear like Rex Tyler and enters the Vanishing Point to be eradicated by Extant.
The Tylers have a family reunion with Rex having a new opportunity to be the father and husband he wasn't before. And he dedicates himself to building the android who saved his life.
In Kahndaq, at a time unspecified, Atom-Smasher retires to his quarters, unsure if Black Reign's take-over of the country was justified. He looks at a photograph of the Justice Society that dematerializes in his hand. Rip Hunter steps out of a portal in time and says that the Justice Societies need his help.
- This book was first published on October 13, 2004.
- This issue was reprinted in JSA Omnibus Vol. 2
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