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Captain Britain

Author: Alan Davis; Jamie Delano; Chris Claremont
Publisher: London : Marvel, [1988] ©1988
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The story of the man behind the legend, by Alan Davis, Jamie Delano & Mike Collins! Dipped in magic, clothed in science, Captain Britain was empowered by Merlin to save an unsuspecting world from the powers of darkness. His companions: sister Betsy (later known as the X-Man Psylocke) and the werewoman, Meggan. His adversaries: the ruthless Vixen, the treacherous Sat-Yr-Nin and the absurd Crazy Gang. His allies: the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comic books, strips, etc
Graphic novels
Science fiction comics
Named Person: Captain Britain, (Fictitious character); Captain Britain, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Davis; Jamie Delano; Chris Claremont
ISBN: 1854000209 9781854000200
OCLC Number: 26635263
Notes: "Dipped in magic, clothed in science ..."
Introduction by Chris Claremont.
Description: 193 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction / Chris Claremont --
Bad moon rising (originally presented in The Mighty World of Marvel no. 14, July 1984) / plot and art, Alan Davis ; script and letters, Steve Craddock ; colour, Steve White --
Tea and sympathy (originally presented in The Mighty World of Marvel no. 15, August 1984) / script and art, Alan Davis ; letters, Steve Craddock ; colour, Steve White --
In all the old familiar places (originally presented in The Mighty World of Marvel no. 16, September 1984) / plot and art, Alan Davis ; script, Mike Collins ; letters, Steve Craddock ; colour, Steve White --
Pictures, puzzles & pawns (originally presented as Myth, Memory and Legend, in Captain Britain no. 1, January 1985) / title design, John Tomlinson ; colour, Steve White --
Law and disorder (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 2, February 1985) / colour, Stuart Place --
Flotsam and jetsam (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 3, March 1985) / colour, Stuart Place --
Sid's story (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 4, April 1985) / title lettering, Alan Davis ; colour, Stuart Place --
Double game (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 5, May 1985) / title design, Richard Starkings ; colour, Stuart Place --
A long way from home (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 6, June 1985) / title lettering, Richard Starkings ; colour, Stuart Place --
Things fall apart (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 7, July 1985) / title lettering, Richard Starkings ; colour, Stuart Place --
Childhood's end (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 8, August 1985) / title lettering, Alan Davis ; colour, Louise Cassell --
Winds of change (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 9, September 1985) / title lettering, Alan Davis ; colour, Louise Cassell --
African nightmare (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 10, October 1985) / title lettering, Alan Davis ; colour, Stuart Place --
The house of Baba Yaga (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 11, November 1985) / title lettering, Richard Starkings ; colour, Nick Abadzis --
Alarms and excursions (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 12, December 1985) / title lettering, Richard Starkings ; colour, Stuart Place --
It's hard to be a hero (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 13, January 1986) / title lettering, Richard Starkings ; colour, Stuart Place --
Should auld acquaintance (originally presented in Captain Britain no. 14, February 1986) / title lettering, Alan Davis ; colour, Steve White --
Outroduction / Ian Rimmer.
Responsibility: by Alan Davis and Jamie Delano.

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The story of the man behind the legend, by Alan Davis, Jamie Delano & Mike Collins! Dipped in magic, clothed in science, Captain Britain was empowered by Merlin to save an unsuspecting world from the powers of darkness. His companions: sister Betsy (later known as the X-Man Psylocke) and the werewoman, Meggan. His adversaries: the ruthless Vixen, the treacherous Sat-Yr-Nin and the absurd Crazy Gang. His allies: the unpredictable Gatecrasher and her ill-assorted ban of mercenaries, the Technet. His destiny: Excalibur!

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