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Hourman (02 - Rick Tyler)
Real Name: Rick Tyler
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Bio:
Rick Tyler, Rex's son, took over the Hourman mantle during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. Rick swallowed some of his father's Miraclo pills to help him save people trapped in a burning hospital. After serving for a few years as a member of Infinity, Inc., a team largely comprised of other JSA-member children, Rick began to grow addicted to Miraclo just as his father did. He spent many years after leaving the group critically ill until the android Hourman cured him of his Miraclo addiction. Having conquered his personal demons and regaining his health, Rick joined the re-formed JSA. He discovered that he had two added abilities: being able to see one hour into the future and to visit with his father in an otherworldly dimension called the Timepoint, frozen in time, just before Rex's death. Recently, Rick was severely injured in battle, and switched places with his father to save his life. Tyler, the android known as the third Hourman, took Rex and some other JSA members to the Timepoint to save Rick's life. The one hour Rex was allotted in the Timepoint expired just as Doctor Mid-Nite and Tyler had healed Rick of his injuries. Father and son fought over who would perish in the battle with Extant. Ultimately, Tyler the android took Rex's place and was destroyed as Rick and Rex returned to earth. Rick is once again active as Hourman.

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First Appearance: Infinity Inc. (1984) #21

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Issue Appearances:
52 (2006)
52/WW III (2007)
Action Comics (1938)
All Star Comics (1999)
Amazons Attack (2007)
Aquaman (2003)
Batman Legends (2007)
Birds of Prey (1999)
Black Adam: The Dark Age (2007)
Blackest Night (2009)
Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps (2010)
Blackest Night: JSA (2010)
Chase (2011)
Checkmate (2006)
Countdown (2007)
DC Universe: Last Will and Testament (2008)
DC Universe: Origins (2009)
DCU: Legacies (2010)
Eclipso (1992)
Final Crisis (2008)
Final Crisis (2009)
Final Crisis: Requiem (2008)
Final Crisis: Revelations (2008)
Green Lantern (2005)
Green Lantern: Rebirth (2004)
Hawkman (2002)
Hourman (1999)
Infinite Crisis (2005)
Infinity Inc. (1984)
Invasion (1988)
JLA-Z (2003)
JLA: Classified (2005)
JLA/JSA Secret Files and Origins (2003)
JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice (2002)
JSA (1999)
JSA 80-Page Giant 2010 (2010)
JSA 80-Page Giant 2011 (2011)
JSA All-Stars (2010)
JSA Kingdom Come Special: Superman (2009)
JSA Kingdom Come Special: The Kingdom (2009)
JSA Secret Files (1999)
JSA vs. Kobra (2009)
JSA: All Stars (2003)
JSA: Classified (2005)
Justice League of America (2006)
Justice League: Cry for Justice (2009)
Justice League: The Rise & Fall Special (2010)
Justice League: The Rise of Arsenal (2010)
Justice Society of America (1992)
Justice Society of America (2007)
Last Days of the Justice Society Special (1986)
Magog (2009)
Millennium (1988)
Power Girl (2009)
Secret Origins (1986)
Secret Origins of Super-Villains 80-Page Giant (1999)
Superman (1939)
Superman/Batman (2003)
Swamp Thing (1985)
Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime (2007)
Teen Titans (2003)
The Brave and the Bold (2007)
The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2004)
The Flash (1987)
The Flash: Rebirth (2009)
The OMAC Project (2005)
The Saga of Swamp Thing (1982)
Titans (2008)
Trinity (2008)
Villains United (2005)
Who's Who in the DC Universe (1990)
Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)
Who's Who: Update '87 (1987)
Who's Who: Update '88 (1988)

Group Affiliation(s):
Infinity, Inc. (01 - JSA Offshoot)
JSA All-Stars
Justice Society of America (DC)

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