Time Warp

Paul Kupperberg on December 26th, 2019

A story from DC’s short-lived science fiction anthology series Time Warp, the last issue, #5, to be exact, of the original run (June/July 1980), written by me and penciled by the late, great Don Newton, with inks by the still extant but no less fabulous Steve Mitchell and letters by Milt Snappin, with coloring by Gene D’Angelo.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on May 30th, 2017

Time Warp was a DC Comics science fiction title that ran for five issues between October-November 1979 and June-July 1980. Published in the Dollar Comic format (64-pages, no ads, for a buck) and sporting covers by Michael Kaluta, Time Warp featured all new stories by a variety of talent.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on July 7th, 2010

In 1979, DC launched a science fiction title, Time Warp. It was a 64-page $1.00 and tried, bless its heart, to be “real” science fiction. It was closer than anything DC had done before, like Strange Adventures, and featured some good writing and lovely art.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on September 4th, 2008

In 1979, DC Comics published the first issue of a short-lived science fiction anthology title, Time Warp, sub-titled “Doomsday Tales and Other Things.” It was 68-pages for $1 and the covers boasted “8 All-New Science Fiction Thrillers!” The emphasis did seem to be on the story over the art; the cover to #1 had credits for the “Startling Stories by” the writers only.… Read the rest

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