Friday, November 16, 2018

QBP #126 - Timewaker 1

Timewalker #1, Valiant Comics, cover-dated December 1994.

"Ivar the Timewalker," by Bob Hall, with art by Don Perlin & Gonzalo Mayo.

What happens when a time traveler loses his ability to control his travels? And what happens when he runs into people who hate him for what he'll do in his future? And how does Professor Alan feel about this kind of time travel story?

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  1. Like you, I am a big fan of time travel stories especially when characters meet each other multiple times.

    In Morrison's JLA run, the robot Hourman meets the Kyle Rayner GL and says something akin to 'This is the first time you are meeting me but this is not the first time I am meeting you.' It is just perfect.

    I also saw it play out nicely with the Brainiac 5/Supergirl romance during the Sterling Gates run. The first time she met him was in New Krypton. But the first time he met here was later in her life, earlier in his.


    1. Wow, you managed to bring in Supergirl to this conversation -- of course you did!