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Stan Lee, the most colossal force in the history of comics, teams up with BOOM! Studios to deliver a brand new line of superhero comics! The great innovator of our industry brings his inimitable talents back to the direct market in an explosive line of comics that nobody is prepared for! In this second ongoing series, THE TRAVELER, Stan teams up with critically acclaimed writer Mark Waid (IRREDEEMABLE, KINGDOM COME) and fan-favorite artist Chad Hardin (AGE OF HEROES, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) to bring you a man out of time! The mysterious hero known only as the Traveler battles the forces of evil in a time-bending thriller that finds all of history and the future hanging in the balance! Rewrite history this November with Stan Lee and BOOM! Studios. Featuring covers by fan-favorite artists Scott Clark (LEGION OF SUPERHEROES), Chad Hardin (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN), and Joe Benitez (SUPERMAN/BATMAN).

Writer: Mark Waid
Artist: Chad Hardin

Price: $3.99
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  1. A Mark Waid timetravelling story.  Somewhat tempting.  "Stan Lee Presents" not so much.  Wasn’t Stripperella also Stan Lee?

  2. Stripperella, Fantastic Four. Spider-Man, Stan has had his name attached to a few things. Cover B version of this has a nice Gene Colan style to it. Gene Colan drew a few old comics years ago.

    I’m looking forward to this and Starborn. Having Stan partcipating at any level is great.

  3. I got sent this by BOOM the other day – it’s bloody good!

  4. I’ve picked up the last two of Soldier Zero and am eager to see how this one is going to be, out of the three Stan is releasing, this is the one I’m most excited about, especially because Boom said he’s the hero that’s not afraid to change the time stream to prevent bad from happening.  I want to see where this universe will go because of that fact.

  5. There was already a small connection between this and Soldier Zero. The alien suit was fighting aliens that were allied to the Split-Second Men, which are the main villains of this book. I’m wondering what they have to do with cosmic creatures. This means all three books may have cosmic/space qualities.

  6. I liked it a lot.  It was fast and fun and while I know it was written by Waid it had a distinct Lee feel to it – in a good way.  Much better than Solider Zero in my opinion.

  7. It was fun. Just hoping we get some explanations soon. interesting main character though. So far both books are pretty good.

  8. I’m betting all 3 books are going to be intertwined eventually. So they can have crossovers.

  9. I was so disappointed by this.

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