|Warlord #11, Mike Grell|
|Warlord #34, Mike Grell|
The Warlord #2: 1st appearance of Machiste
The Warlord #6: 1st appearance of Mariah Romanova
The Warlord #15: 1st appearance of Joshua Morgan (Tinder)
The Warlord #21: Travis Morgan forced to fight his son Travis (well, a clone of his son, but Travis doesn't know that)
The Warlord #25: 1st appearance of Aram Al Ashir
The Warlord #32: 1st appearance of Shakira
The Warlord #34: Travis acquires the sword, Hellfire, that must draw blood every time it is drawn even if it is Travis' own blood.
The Warlord #35: Mike Grell and his editor, Jack C. Harris, appear in the comic and play a D&D style game to craft the issue.
|Warlord #63, Mike Grell|
The Warlord #47: 1st appearance of Mikola Rostov
The Warlord #48: 1st appearance of Arak, Son of Thunder in 15 page preview.
The Warlord #55: 1st appearance of Arion, Lord of Atlantis in back up feature.
The Warlord #63: Begin Dan Jurgens art. Jurgens first professional work in comics.
The Warlord #72: 1st appearance of Scarhart
The Warlord #75: 1st appearance of Lord Sabre-Tooth
The Warlord #83-85: Travis becomes President of the United States in the year 2303 of an alternate timeline
The Warlord Annual #2: 1st appearance of Krystovar
I included 1st Issue Special #8 as it really should be part of this volume. In fact, it's reprinted in The Warlord #11. I found a great quote while researching The Warlord. It comes from the Trivia section of the 1st Issue Special #8 entry over at dc.wikia.com. There it states:
Travis Morgan is not actually called Warlord in this issue, nor will he be until several issues into his self-titled series. Actually, they never really go into it that deeply. It's just implied that he's that badass.