But this poster of The Fury by Alan Davis from the Captain Britain strip in the Marvel UK anthology comic Daredevils had a couple of other things to recommend it The creature created by Sir James Jaspers to kill all superpowered characters (apart from himself) ripped its way through universe after universe These days in[...]
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Premiering this week, Disney+ & Marvel Studios' What If...? released key art posters for Captain Carter and "Hydra Stomper" Steve Rogers.
In the following preview for Disney+ and Marvel Studios' What If...?, Captain Carter and her squad get some surprising armored back-up.
Brian Braddock, the former Captain Britain of the Marvel Universe, and heir to the Otherworld throne and mystical mutant shape-shifting empath Meggan Puceanu have been a couple since the early Jamie Delano and Alan Davis Captain Britain days and through their appearances in Excalibur and X-Men over forty years Some might say the next step[...]
Captain Britain and Captain America Top Advance Reorders Advance reorders time! Greetings from the coal face of the direct comics market Where retailers try to increase their orders of certain comics ahead of sale Where supply and demand and most accurately reflected, where you can see which books are hot, where new orders are coming in[...]
And at Bleeding Cool, we've especially been keeping our eye on the way, set up in Excalibur, that the crossover has revived Otherworld, Saturnyne, Captain Britain, Sir James Jaspers and The Fury, straight from the Captain Britain runs by Dave Thorpe, Alan Davis, Alan Moore, Jamie Delano, Chris Claremont and others. Will We Get A Captain[...]
The Captain Britain-originated appearance of Mad Jim Jaspers and The Furies, alongside Saturnyne, Otherworld, Roma and more has led me to reread the now out-of-print-and-far-too-valuable Captain Britain Omnibus by Dave Thorpe, Alan Davis, Alan Moore, and more And it seems so has Jonathan Hickman and Tini Howard. But how much came from here? More than the[...]
There was much talk about Brian Braddock and Saturnyne in Alan Moore and Alan Davis' Captain Britain as well Put it back in Marvel Superheroes artwork. Andf in Excalibur #13, Brian Braddock took advantage of that. Saturnyne makes out with Brian and then whips out her Starlight Sword (which we get a Wikipedia page on) and gives it[...]
Is a raven like one? Here's what we said regarding previous text pieces. The Crooked Market reflects the Captain Britain story "The Crooked World" that featured both Jaspers and The Fury Here it appears to be an Otherworld example of the free market, taken to extremes The Crooked World as a free enterprise zone? Jaspers here[...]
X-Men Editor and Karaoke king Jordan D White stated on the Marvel Next Big Thing panel at San Diego Comic-Con@Home panel that " I probably would say I'm most excited about something with Captain Britain" to which Tini Howard replied "that email, you sent, we saw some good art, that's even better than I imagined[...]
We covered the first two, will get to the third shortly, but we also noted one book that wasn't mentioned but was seen on the screen crawl… Do you see it? A certain Captain Britain X of Swords comic book? Let's blow it up a little bit. We still have no idea what is happening with the planned[...]
But come come, Brian Braddock, Captain Britain, lord of the maor, is that any way for the gentry to behave? It may be acceptable to publish for Marvel Comics in the USA, but in the UK you can't use that word before 9pm on the TV and was counted as the fourth most offensive word[...]
Captain Britain and Meggan respond immediately Iceman's X-Men team arrives not long afterwards However, the main Gold team is still in prison and can't join the fight, but that problem may resolve itself sooner than later. X-Men: Gold #25 cover by Ryan Stegman and Edgar Delgado X-Men: Gold #25 presents a pleasingly straightforward story which manages to[...]
Plus, the team was on Earth to fight off Thanos's invasion during Infinity while the rest of the Avengers were of-world fighting the Builders. Later, Bruce Banner (at the time possessed by the more heartless Omega Hulk personality), Captain Britain, and Yellowjacket would work with the group As things became more dire, Terrax the Tamer, Doctor Doom, and[...]
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]