- n. One who engages in time travel.
“Give me examples or just admit that you're a time-traveller who has been to the future and brought back proof to back up your claims that Obama is a liar. maria”
“This kind of comic makes me wish I was a time-traveller and could visit the era of its birth and read it every week.”
“This week, I've also seen a two-part Doctor Who episode from the new Series 4, which involves the Doctor meeting another time-traveller - she knows him very well; he's just meeting her for the first time.”
“Who is the bearded time-traveller advising Richard of Gloucester?”
“Gabriele - maybe either Lindsey Davis or whoever wrote the genealogies was a time-traveller :”
“Considering Butler's Iron Man is a pretty cool concept of itself a time-traveller who became a steel statue after an encounter with a great magnetic field, turning mad from being conscious during his immobile state and becoming a crazed serial killer after the paralysis "wore off", wouldn't it be cool to have both Iron Men meet in comics form?”
“An ordinary Earth person might not feel inspired that Goku (or whoever) went to some alien planet to fight some omnipotent time-traveller from the future or something of the sort (that is what I imagine Dragonball is like, I may be wrong).”
“Then, he'd need a time-traveller guide, though . . .”
“His other novel “The Wall Of Years” was even less likely to go down well in the States, having an English time-traveller go back to Saxon times.”
“Unbeknownst to him, one of the crew members is also a time-traveller from 1958 the era the film is supposedly set in, who is so appalled by the state of the film industry he tries to wreck the film from within.”
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