Travis Marshall

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Travis Marshall

Travis Marshall is a reporter, anchorman (for Nightwatch), and managing editor for WVRN News.


Travis Marshall has reported on many events that took place in Manhattan since the gargoyles' awakening. In 1995, he interviewed Xanatos when he donated the Eye of Odin to the Museum of Modern Art and later reported its subsequent theft. ("The Edge") Other news stories Marshall covered that year included Coldstone's rampage in Times Square, Fox's appearances in her were-form, the after-effects of Demona's broadcast of her "stone by night" spell, the launching of Fortress-2, and Dracon's destruction of Art and Lois' restaurant. ("Reawakening", "Eye of the Beholder", "City of Stone" Part Three, "Outfoxed", "Protection")

In 1996, he broke the news of the birth of Alexander Xanatos, and the gargoyles' battle with the Hunters at Saint Damien's Cathedral months later. He also hosted a television debate on Nightwatch between Macbeth and Margot Yale, the same night that Goliath and Elisa had their first encounter with the Quarrymen. ("The Gathering" Part One, "Hunter's Moon" Part Three, "The Journey")

In 1997, Marshall also attempted to interview Dominic Dracon when he was released from Bellevue Hospital. Later he petitioned for the ability to air Goliath's hearing on Live TV, which was granted. He provided commentary as the hearing unfolded, and tried to interview Goliath as soon as he was released from custody ("Idyll or Nightmare", "Your Witness, "New Rules")

On Halloween that year, Marshall his camerawoman Bella Adrian tried to interview the Manhattan Clan in attendance at the Greenwich Village block party, but the Gargoyle Taskforce only granted the two permission to film the event from a distance. ("Trick-Or-Treat")


Production Background

Although his background was never explored on the show, Greg Weisman and Michael Reaves envisioned Travis Marshall to be from the old school style of journalism, preferring to be out on the streets, asking tough questions and disdaining fluff journalism. [1] [2]

Voice Actor: Charles Hallahan