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Hourman (03 - Android)
Real Name: Matthew Tyler
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A sentient machine colony from the far future, the android Hourman contains the DNA and now the memories of Rex Tyler, the golden age hero by that name. He was granted control of the worlogog, a device with powers over the workings of time, by the New God Metron and served with the Justice Legion of the far future. Coming with the Legion to present day Earth, Hourman was unwittingly used as a pawn to release a deadly machine virus into modern technology, a virus which was combated by his colleagues as well as the present day heroes. After this he decided to remain in the present era, and forsook much of his power, limiting himself to power over time for stretches of one hour, much as his namesake had done with his Miraclo tablets. He served for a while with the JLA before settling in Happy Harbour, where the Justice League's former mascot, Snapper Carr, helped him to learn about humanity.


First Appearance: JLA (1997) #12

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Hourman (03 - Android) is a favorite character of 5 users

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Issue Appearances:
52 (2006)
Action Comics (1938)
Chronos (1998)
Convergence (2015)
DC Comics Presents: Batman - Irresistible (2011)
DC One Million (1998)
DC One Million 80-Page Giant (1999)
DC One Million Omnibus (2013)
DCU Villains Secret Files (1999)
Hourman (1999)
JLA (1997)
JLA - Die neue Gerechtigkeitsliga Sonderband (1997)
JLA in Crisis Secret Files (1998)
JLA Secret Files (1997)
JLA Special (1998)
JLA: The Ultimate Guide to The Justice League of America (2002)
JSA (1999)
JSA All-Stars (2010)
JSA Secret Files (1999)
Justice League Unlimited (2004)
Martian Manhunter (1998)
Secret Files & Origins Guide to the DC Universe 2000 (2000)
Sins of Youth Secret Files (2000)
Sins of Youth: JLA Jr. (2000)
Sins of Youth: Starwoman & The JSA Jr. (2000)
Starman (1994)
Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. (1999)
Superboy (1994)
Superman Sonderband (1997)
Superman Y2K (2000)
The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2004)
The Titans (1999)
Young Justice (1998)
Young Justice (2000)
Young Justice: Sins of Youth (2000)

Group Affiliation(s):
Justice League of America (DC)
Justice Legion A (DC)(One Million)
Justice Society of America (DC)

Famous Quotes: - Add a Famous Quote
"I have traveled from the beginning of time to the end, Mr. Terrific. And I have learned one thing. When it comes to helping those we love, there is no such thing as insanity. "

"Metron's Brain!"

"I am Hourman, an intelligent machine colony from the year 85,271, programed with Tyler Miraclo Geneware."

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