Taking a break this week from my issue by issue review of DC Comics's The Warlord as I get ready to head out to San Diego and Comic-Con, I thought instead I'd take a look the Warlord's appearances in the wider DC Universe.
Travis Morgan's first appearance outside his own title was in Crisis on Infinite Earths #5 (1985). Like just about everybody else in the DC universe, Morgan had a walk-on in this world-shattering (literally) crossover. He even gets a line:
Next, he turns up in Seattle, of all places, in a two-parter in Mike Grell's run on Green Arrow vol. 2. Fun was poked at his more than passing resemblance to Oliver Queen. Here's the cover of the second issue (#28) of that story from 1990:
After that he made a regretable appearance in the equally regretable Justice League Taskforce series, then it was back to Green Arrow (this time Connor Hawke) for three issues. Dan Jurgens, always a Warlord fan, brought the Teen Titans to Skartaris in 1997.
2000 saw Morgan going toe-to-toe with Aquaman, again courtesy of Dan Jurgens:
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