Time Warp was a nice little Bronze Age return to the kind of Sci-Fi anthologies DC used to put out all through the Silver Age. Mystery In Space, but with a modern twist.
The only thing really wrong with Time Warp was that the stories weren't actually that great, being ideas that, even as kids, we'd all seen a million times before. You know the kind of thing. Spacemen killing friendly aliens before bawling in closeup: It was us!! WE were the monsters!!!!
But what Time Warp did have going for it was some superb art, which as we all know is the great get out clause you can always use when your mates say: What you buying THAT for??!!
Every issue sported a magnificent Mike Kaluta cover, and in this issue you've got Jim Aparo, Don Newton & Dan Adkins, Tom Sutton, Jerry Grandanetti and Dick Giordano, Steve Ditko, and Rich Buckler. Not a bad line-up in anyone's eyes. Oh, look, here come those spacemen and friendly aliens I was talking about. It was us!! WE were the monsters!!!!