"Snapper Carr, Super-Traitor" from Hourman #16 (DC, 2000) by Tom Peyer, Rags Morales, Dave Meikis and Andrew Hennessey
Yet another quirky series I have on my reading list, and the nice thing about quirky series is that they're pretty easy to collect. Hourman came out of DC One Million at a time when I wasn't able to afford so many comics, and it just fell through the cracks. But it seems made for me. A temporal hero gadding about DC continuity, becoming Snapper Carr's roommate, and intersecting with a Golden Age hero's story. That's got all my various interests bundled up in a 25-issue package. Well, I have no interest in becoming Snapper Carr's roommate, but every interest in seeing Snapper suffer through living with a superhero. So yeah, I should get down to completing the run and writing an Old52 article on it.