- Am I going nuts? Is this some alternate timeline we've tapped into? Are these guys just the world's greatest liars? Or did this all really happen?
- -- Rip Hunter
Appearing in "Time Has Come Today"
- Alphonse James de Rothschild (Single appearance)
- Enrique Valdez (Only appearance; dies)
- Rutherford B. Hayes
- Time line: Prehistoric Era
- Unknown Location
- Time line: September 16, 1874
- Mighty Mole
Synopsis for "Time Has Come Today"
1990. 10 p.m. Vandal Savage and the rest of the Illuminati leaders meet. One member tells Vandal that they've tracked Rip HUnter back from Washington D.C. and have found his lab. Vandal orders Rip and his team to be killed.
Corky, meanwhile, is fleeing a Tyrannosaurus Rex somewhere in the Jurrasic Era. Jeff communicates with him through the Time Pack and talks him through resetting the coordinates bringing him back to the present just in time but exhausting the Time Pack in the process. Jeff informs Rip who points out that Corky is no longer able to travel through time (as each method only works once per person). Rip has managed to identify the date and location of the photograph of Jeff as being Oaxcaca, Mexico on September 16, 1874. Because that is the date before Porfiro Diaz gets elected President for the first time, Rip suspects Diaz as being Illuminati. He also manages to identify Jonah Hex as a bounty hunter. The next morning, Jeff travels back in time and enters the Cantina where he finds Jonah Hex, Bat Lash and Scalphunter. They confront him, due to his color, and he shows them a polaroid picture and claims to be "a magician." After getting the bartender to take the photograph, Jonah suggests they take it (and Jeff) to see Diaz.
To be continued.
- In "the real world" Porfiro Diaz was actually elected on May 12, 1877.
- Jonah Hex chronologically appeared last in Jonah Hex (Volume 1) #13. He appears next in Jonah Hex (Volume 1) #14.
- Corky Baxter is seen wearing a Guns 'n Roses t-shirt in this issue.
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Links and References
- Time Masters series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Time Masters series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Time Masters series index at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Rip Hunter article at Wikipedia
- Rip Hunter article at Toonopedia
- Rip Hunter profile at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
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- Rip Hunter fan site