The Dial H for Hero is about a mysterious dial that enables an ordinary person to become a superhero for a short time, by selecting the letters H-E-R-O in order. Each time it is used, the dial causes its possessor to become a superhero with a different name, costume, and powers. These superheroes are usually new, but on one occasion the dial caused its user to become a duplicate of an existing superhero, Plastic Man. Some versions of the dial contain additional letters, allowing other kinds of transformations. Lori Morning is the Legion of Super Heroes version of the Dial-H. The original series debuted in House of Mystery #156 January 1966. The art was by Jim Mooney with scripts by Dave Wood. I thought it would be a good idea to place all the characters together for a group shot after all that hard work. The BG it’s from Halo 4 titled Hologram Room by the amazing artist Paul Pepera.

The Dial H for Hero is about a mysterious dial that enables an ordinary person to become a superhero for a short time, by selecting the letters H-E-R-O in order. Each time it is used, the dial causes its possessor to become a superhero with a different name, costume, and powers. These superheroes are usually new, but on one occasion the dial caused its user to become a duplicate of an existing superhero, Plastic Man. Some versions of the dial contain additional letters, allowing other kinds of transformations. Lori Morning is the Legion of Super Heroes version of the Dial-H. The original series debuted in House of Mystery #156 January 1966. The art was by Jim Mooney with scripts by Dave Wood. I thought it would be a good idea to place all the characters together for a group shot after all that hard work. The BG it’s from Halo 4 titled Hologram Room by the amazing artist Paul Pepera.