Judas Traveller
Judas Traveller
Personal Info:
Real Name: Unknown
Also Known As: The Traveller
Place Of Birth: Danvers, Massachusetts
First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man Vol.1 #117 (1994) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: Scriers, Omega Sentinel, Agent Goodall, Doctor Cain, M.O.D.O.K., Captain Moore, Nimrod, Doctor Smith, Moira Mactaggert, Doctor B. Barrington, Captain Erasmus Mendel, Doctor Mars, Doctor Smyth, Henry Gyrich
Group Affiliation: Orchis, Scriers, The Host
Base Of Operations: Mobile
Grudges: Spider-Man and the X-Men
Creators: Terry Kavanagh and Steven Butler
Gallery: Click
Telepathy: Judas Traveller possesses some degree of psionic power, primarily the ability to alter one's sense of perception and create illusions. He can also read minds and alter one's memories. Judas Traveller uses his powers and knowledge to make himself seem far more powerful than he actually is, claiming at times to be a sorcerer or a godlike being.
Criminal psychologist and philosopher Dr. Judas Traveller was world-renowned for his theories about the nature of good and evil, earning the admiration of both Dr. Ashley Kafka and Norman Osborn. Obsessed with his work, Traveller suffered a complete nervous breakdown and went into seclusion. Traveller's mental breakdown triggered his latent mutant powers, giving him the ability to alter others' perceptions. Traveller became deluded, and came to believe that he was an immortal being who had travelled the Earth for centuries. Learning of this, crime lord Norman Osborn sent one of his costumed Scrier operatives, Charles Bates, to meet with Traveller. The Scrier convinced Traveller that he too was a mystical being, and proceeded to manipulate Traveller to Osborn's ends.
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