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DC's Zero Hour 2: The Zeroest Hour Cover Revealed!

Written by Jude Terror and Frank Miller on Monday, July 02 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
DC's Zero Hour 2: The Zeroest Hour Cover Revealed!

DC will be collecting all the Zero issues into one massive hardcover collection for holiday release. Take a look at the cover!

Ivan Reis and Joe Prado have produced this cover for the 1,328-page deluxe hardcover which will collect all 55 of DC's Zero Issues, a special series of issues that will deal with the origins of the characters in the DCnU this september. The cover shows a full color Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman bursting through a washed out, grayscale page of other superheroes, which pretty much sums up the DCU in general. Enjoy.

DC's Zero Hour 2: The Zeroest Hour Cover Revealed!

Source: DC Comics
Written or Contributed by: Jude Terror
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