It's the second half of our 2-part discussion on the history of DC Comics' crossover events! You can listen to Part 1 here, where we start with Crisis on Infinite Earths all the way up to Knightfall. In this episode, we pick up with 1994's Zero Hour and get all the way up to Flashpoint, the event that birthed the New 52.
I need to offer a bit of self-correction upon my going back and listening to what we said. I mention Zero Hour aging Alan Scott into an elderly man when in reality, Scott was spruced up as a new (somewhat youthful) hero named Sentinel. He didn't get old via Zero Hour like his peers Wildcat or Starman did. The second thing is that has me self-flagellating is the fact that I didn't mention how Zero Hour provided me a terrific jump-on into the world of Legion through the titles Legion of Super-Heroes and Legionnaires. Those books were great, and appreciate DC creating such a welcoming way to get acquainted with that world. I was also really into R.E.B.E.L.S. because of Zero Hour, but I acknowledge that few loved that book as much as me. Also, I should've mentioned Xenobrood to Moises, if I was going to mention forgotten books like Primal Force.