Zero Hour was a crossover event that took place in 1994 , intended to deal with numerous possible futures and alternate timelines in the same way the earlier Crisis on Infinite Earths had dealt with alternate realities . The main storyline featured the destruction

See also Crisis for a complete list of references to distinguish between these closely named or closely related articles.

Zero Hour: Crisis in Time! was a five-issue limited series published in 1994 , written and drawn by Dan Jurgens . The issues were published from #4-0, in keeping with the theme of the Countdown to Zero Hour. Crossovers in many other books at the time tied into the main storyline, and even months beforehand many titles foreshadowed it by having their characters experience strange inexplicable time anomalies. In the immediate aftermath, October, 1994 became Zero Month , where all active and new titles published a #0 issue. This gave writers an opportunity to establish changes in continuity that had occurred for their characters during Zero Hour.

Zero Hour was a crossover event that took place in 1994 , intended to deal with numerous possible futures and alternate timelines in the same way the earlier Crisis on Infinite Earths had dealt with alternate realities . The main storyline featured the destruction

See also Crisis for a complete list of references to distinguish between these closely named or closely related articles.

Zero Hour: Crisis in Time! was a five-issue limited series published in 1994 , written and drawn by Dan Jurgens . The issues were published from #4-0, in keeping with the theme of the Countdown to Zero Hour. Crossovers in many other books at the time tied into the main storyline, and even months beforehand many titles foreshadowed it by having their characters experience strange inexplicable time anomalies. In the immediate aftermath, October, 1994 became Zero Month , where all active and new titles published a #0 issue. This gave writers an opportunity to establish changes in continuity that had occurred for their characters during Zero Hour.

Zero Hour! is a 1957 drama film directed by Hall Bartlett from a screenplay by Arthur Hailey , Hall Bartlett and John Champion. It stars Dana Andrews , Linda Darnell and Sterling Hayden and features Peggy King , Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch , Geoffrey Toone and Jerry Paris in supporting roles. The film was released by Paramount Pictures . [3]

Today, the film is best known for its classic 1980 film parody, Airplane! , which uses parts of the original screenplay almost verbatim.

During the closing days of the Second World War , six members of his Royal Canadian Air Force fighter squadron are killed due to a command decision made by pilot Ted Stryker (Dana Andrews). Years later, in civilian life in Ottawa , Ontario, Canada, a guilt-stricken Stryker goes through many jobs, and his marriage is in trouble.

Zero Hour! (1957) - IMDb


Zero Hour (TV Series 2013) - IMDb

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