I don't really have a lot to say about The Traveler. I saw it at work and was intrigued by the concept. A mysterious masked man with weird time powers is fighting against weird time-powered assassins. Why not give it a try? So today I gave it a read. And the premise is exactly what I got: some mysterious masked man fighting against weird time-powered assassins. I kind of figured out who the masked man (the Traveler) was near the beginning. I never really understood how his powers worked (or what exactly he was able to do - this was in stark contrast to the Split-Second Men, those assassin guys. The Traveler was more than happy to explain about them).
I do have to give a shout-out to the artist, Chad Hardin. The art was very good throughout the story.
But other than the art, I was left feeling rather "meh" about the whole thing. I realize this was his origin story, and it's possible the series might get awesome after this point. But overall I didn't really care. So if the library eventually gets the next volume (whenever that appears), I might pick it up. But I'm not going to go actively looking for it.