I've mentioned before how Crisis on Infinite Earths brought the Warlord (originally conceived as existing in his on universe) into the DC Multiverse. Not only has Morgan made some trips to the outer earth of the DC heroes, those guys have visited Skartaris. And sometimes, it ain't pretty. Case in point:
Justice League Task Force #35-36 (1996) couldn't be more nineties if Martian Manhunter was listening to "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and Shakira moved into Melrose Place. The visit of this proactive (i.e. extreme) version of the Justice League to Skataris is just so...extreme.
Maybe this extreme-ness was why it ended the very next issue.
A couple of years earlier, Warlord had an appearance in a better book, albeit only a cameo. 1991's Books of Magic #4 saw him rubbing shoulders with Vertigo charcters to be, and beautifully illustrated by Charles Vess:
The Teen Titans visit I've chronicled before. The next superhero to vacation beneath the eternal orb of Skartaris' sun was Wonder Woman. Writer/artist Phil Jimenez sent her there after a cabal of super-villainesses for a five part arc in 2002 beginning in #179. Jimenez's rendering of Skartaris and its people is different, but interesting, and several of the Warlord cast make appearances. The hitch is those appearances are pretty limited. Morgan and Jennifer are off the stage early so Wonder Woman and her supporting cast can be the stars:
The DCU isn't done with the Warlord. The internet tells me the new Flashpoint: Deathstroke and the Curse of the Ravager limited features an alternate history version of Travis Morgan, a pirate (clever given that Grell named him after a pirate).
Who know's where he'll turn up next or who will be making a visit to the inner world?
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