Too Many Long Boxes!

End of Summer

This month the winner is:

Vanishing Point

Adam Arnold's Vanishing Point focuses on time travel and time travellers in the DCU, featuring information on Rip Hunter, Chronos, the Linear Men, and the Forgotten Heroes. Each link is like a mini-site, chock full of bios, annotations, appearance lists, images, and more!

However, Vanishing Point offers much more than time travel.

Its "DC Events" page provides a brief synopsis of both major and minor DC events - from biggies such as Crisis on Infinite Earths and Zero Hour to smaller events like Trinity and Panic in the Sky. One of the nice aspects is the checklist provided for each crossover. Have you wanted to read very installment of the Millennium Giants saga, but couldn't figure out which issues to look for? Vanishing Point has the answer.

The events page also has listings of every fifth week event and events which ran through annuals (i.e. Legends of the Dead Earth and Pulp Heroes).

And last but not least, the site contains Chaim Mattis Keller's Legion of Super Heroes Help File. The downloadable database contains over 1850 Legion related entries and topics! Even if you're not interested in the Legion, visit the site to see a wonderful example of a true fan's labor of love.

David R. Black is's magazine editor and chief archivist. A big fan of "The Warlord," he has a cat named Shakira and is looking for a girlfriend named Tara....

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