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Appearing in "Travelers Tales"Edit
- Sir Warren Traveler (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Lori Griffin (Only Appearance)
- Chewie (Unnamed)
- Shop-keeper (Only in flashback) (Only appearance; dies)
- Reed Richards (Mentioned)
- Cytorrak (Mentioned)
- House of M (Only in flashback)
- Eye of Watoomb (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Cloak of Levitation
- Eye of Agamatto
- Wand of Watoomb
Synopsis for "Travelers Tales"Edit
Seven years ago, William Traveler visited a magical pawn shop in search for a magical artifact known as the Eye of Watoomb. After acquiring that object, he killed the shopkeeper and inserted the Eye in his left eye socket.
In the present, Carol is getting ready for her interview with Super Powers at her apartment. Her publicist, Sarah Day, informs Carol that her popularity has taken a downturn after what happened in Spaulding and the interviews also want her opinion on the Superhuman Registration Act. When a crewmember is seen playing with a cat, Carol affirms she does not have a cat and deduces something wrong is about to happen, putting on her Ms. Marvel outfit.
Then, Traveler crashes into her apartment and attacks Ms. Marvel to avenge his defeat at her hands in the House of M universe. After making sure the visitors are safe, Ms. Marvel incapacitates Traveler and takes him to Dr. Strange, who heals Carol's injured arm. Dr. Strange informs her Traveler's sanity is deteriorating, but that will make him even more dangerous because of his magic power.
Also, Wong gives Carol a package: a new cellphone, to replace the one she lost. As soon as Carol gets it, Sarah calls her and informs her that she rented Carol a room at the Ritz under an alias while her apartment is in repair. Dr. Strange asks Carol to leave Traveler under his custody and she agrees. But as soon as Carol leaves Dr. Strange's home, Traveler breaks free of his restraints and knocks Dr. Strange out. He then obtains the Wand of Watoomb, increasing his power.
- No special notes.
- * As if being Ms. Marvel wasn’t difficult enough! Things go from frustrating to downright insane after a media blitz at Carol Danvers’ home is interrupted by the arrival of crazed time-jumper Warren Traveler.
- Guest starring Doctor Strange!
- No trivia.
- Ms. Marvel Vol 1, Avengers Vol 3
Links and ReferencesEdit
-  plot summary at uncannyxmen.net]
- Carol Danvers article at Wikipedia
- Ms. Marvel biography page at the Marvel Directory
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