Time Masters: Vanishing Point #1
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Time Masters: Vanishing Point #1

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Dan Jurgens Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 21, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 4
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  • 8.0
    cxPulp - Blake Petit Jul 22, 2010

    I dont know that this book will be a must-read for people following the Batman storyline. It does feel very much off to the side, very tangential to whats going on with Dick Grayson and company. But if youre a fan of Booster Gold, time travel stories, and Dan Jurgens, this is a fine start to the miniseries. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Jul 22, 2010

    And I do have to hand it to writer Dan Jurgens for finding a way to include Superman in a comic without allowing him to overpower it. The rules of time must be obeyed, even by the Man of Steel. Worth a look. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    IGN - Dan Phillips Jul 21, 2010

    Time Masters: Vanishing Point has some crisp artwork and a few moments of truly strong writing. The rest, like I said, is pretty bland and forgettable. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Dave Wallace Jul 26, 2010

    Ultimately, however, I just dont believe that this book is even worthy of such deep examination. Like all those Countdown mini-series and Final Crisis tie-ins, its just another cash-in marketing ploy to suck more money out of people who are enjoying one series by encouraging them to invest in another inferior book. Surely DC is going to end up losing out in the long run by putting out such a consistently poor level of supporting material for their big event books, because at this point itd take quite a lot of convincing for me to pick up another DC tie-in, let alone another issue of this series. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Jul 21, 2010

    At first, I started to wonder if I'd set my sights too high with "Time Masters: Vanishing Point." But looking at my bookshelf, I was reminded that you can have tie-in mini-series that still function well on their own. "Villains United" is probably the best example of all, eventually spawning a "Secret Six" mini-series and then ongoing series, probably in part because you didn't need to read "Crisis on Infinite Earths" to enjoy it. "Time Masters: Vanishing Point" might've been all right if it had managed to exist as its own entity. As random pages scattered throughout "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" #2? Not so much. Read Full Review

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