Captain Britain (Brian Braddock), briefly known as Britannic, is a fictional character, a superhero appearing in the comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by Chris Claremont and Herb Trimpe, he first appeared in Captain Britain Weekly, #1 (October 13, 1976). The character has been used in stories through the years by many people, most notably Chris Claremont, Alan Davis, and Alan Moore.
The character was initially intended to be a British equivalent of Captain America. Endowed with extraordinary powers by the legendary magician Merlyn and his daughter Roma, Captain Britain was assigned to uphold the laws of Britain.
Other articles related to "captain britain, captain":
... by Fury and the pairs respective superheroes Captain Britain and Captain America, stopped the bomb which had been placed on the minute hand of the Big Ben and ... Hunter aided Captain Britain in the capture of villain Lord Hawk, and took the injured hero to S.T.R.I.K.E ... However, while there Captain Britain's spirit was summoned away by Merlin where he did battle with a monstrous giant ...
... She told Brian that the Inner Circle knew he used to be Captain Britain and she needed his help ... When Brian became Captain Britain and confronted the Black Queen Miss Emma Steed, Mountjoy revealed that he had been possessing Scribe and attacked him ... Captain Britain defeated the London Inner Circle, and Scribe, Mountjoy and the others were put in jail ...
... Jack he adopted a new costume, and alongside Kate McClellan and Captain Britain, failed to prevent the kidnapping of Kate's son, Cam by Bane ... Alongside Captain Britain and Kate, he battled the minions of the Bane ... With Iron Man, Captain Britain, and the Knights of Pendragon, he battles the Bane, and freed Cam McClellan ...
... Captain Britain Annual 1978 (by Chris Claremont, with pencils by Herb Trimpe and inks by Fred Kida, reprints Captain Britain Weekly #1-7, Marvel Comics, 1977) Captain Britain (Panini Comics) Volume 1 The. 2) #7-16 and Captain Britain Monthly #1-14, 292 pages, December 2010, ISBN 1-84653-459-3) Captain Britain (Marvel Comics) Volume 1 (by Jamie Delano and Alan Davis, collects The Mighty World of Marvel vol. 2 #14-16 and Captain Britain Monthly #1-14, 1984–1985, tpb, 1988, ISBN 1-85400-020-9) Volume 2 (by Alan Moore and Alan Davis, collects Marvel Superheroes ...
... A now-deceased hero, the sidekick of Captain Britain, Jackdaw was an Otherworld elf ... in half by one of the Fury's energy bolts and expired shortly thereafter in Captain Britain's arms ... did not resurrect Jackdaw as it would have damaged his chances of rescuing Captain Britain, who was killed as well by the Fury after Dimples and Jackdaw, and resurrected by Merlyn back on ...
Famous quotes containing the words britain and/or captain:
“I th worlds volume
Our Britain seems as of it, but not in t;
In a great pool a swans nest.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The curse of hell upon the sleek upstart
That got the Captain finally on his back
And took the red red vitals of his heart
And made the kites to whet their beaks clack clack.”
—John Crowe Ransom (18881974)