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Captain Britain: Omnibus

Captain Britain Omnibus One of the Marvel Universe s most staggering sagas from two of Britain s most remarkable writers reprinted in total for the first time Captain Britain fights to save a universed fails But a single re

  • Title: Captain Britain: Omnibus
  • Author: Alan Moore Alan Davis Chris Claremont Mike Collins Dave Thorpe Jamie Delano Paul Neary Mike Carlin
  • ISBN: 9780785137603
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One of the Marvel Universe s most staggering sagas from two of Britain s most remarkable writers, reprinted in total for the first time Captain Britain fights to save a universed fails But a single reality is small change in the game Merlyn s playing against Mad Jim Jaspers, who s rewriting reality so he s the center of the universe Worlds collide, heroes and villainsOne of the Marvel Universe s most staggering sagas from two of Britain s most remarkable writers, reprinted in total for the first time Captain Britain fights to save a universed fails But a single reality is small change in the game Merlyn s playing against Mad Jim Jaspers, who s rewriting reality so he s the center of the universe Worlds collide, heroes and villains die, and Captain Britain s beside himself except when he s fighting himself the death Featuring the first appearances of the metamorphic Meggan, Opal Luna Saturnyne, the Captain Britain Corps, and Plus Psylocke joins the X Men, and the X Men join Captain Britain on a cosmic quest into the secrets of life and death The fiendish Fury, the horrific Horde, and the malevolent Mojo are only a few of the adversaries who await within Also guest starring the New Mutants and Captain America Collects Marvel Super Heroes UK 377 388, The Daredevils UK 1 11, Captain America 305 306, Mighty World of Marvel UK 7 16, Captain Britain UK 1 14, New Mutants Annual 2, and Uncanny X Men Annual 11.

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    1. This omnibus begins right after the “Siege of Camelot” epic; Merlin sends Brian Braddock back to his universe, and gives him some new threads and powers. This is where the legendary Alan Davis shows up and changes Captain Britain for the ever and for the better. This is September 1981.For the first few issues, the comic lacks direction and the book suffers for it. Sure Alan Davis on the artwork makes every page a joy to experience, but that can only last for so long. Then along came Alan Moo [...]

    2. This is a tough one to review. I think overall the story was very well executed as was the art direction. I enjoyed reading this but was very frustrated by the early format. See early Captain Britain stories were relegated to the back pages of Marvel's UK re-prints milar to Spider-Ham and Marvel Tales.For example: Issue X may feature Daredevil and Spider-Man with a handful of pages at the end dedicated to Captain Marvel. This resulted in an almost newspaper-esque feel for the story. That being s [...]

    3. Marvel Super-Heroes #377-386. The pre-Moore issues are surprisingly good, with a first look at Captain Britain alternate realities and the introduction of some pivotal characters [7/10]; except the out-of-sequence Paul Neary issue which can pretty much be skipped [3/10]. Marvel Super-Heroes #387-388, The Daredevils #1-11, The Mighty World of Marvel #7-13. Alan Moore’s run is phenomenal, starting with the Fury and ending with Jaspers’ reality warp. It’s not just the plot, though, there are [...]

    4. Mojo has never been a favorite of mine, Stories with Mojo in it always seem a little forced to me, and this is not exception.

    5. Alan Moore's "Jasper's Warp" is the definitive Captain Britain tale; it's the measure by which all other Brian Braddock stories should be measured. Alan Davis on art, Mr. Moore as writer=pure brilliance.The 'sequel' by Jamie Delano is engaging until it falls prey to delving into the character of Meggan (for which I have never held an affinity).Chris Claremont shines in The New Mutants annual, especially in the manner he scripts Cypher and makes the character so patently academic.The X-men annual [...]

    6. Alan Davis is the unifying thread here, but it is still interesting to see each new author's contributions to the CB mythos and how everything relies on previous continuity. I appreciate the placement of Linda and Betsy as two strong female anti-stereotypes (one a nerd and the other a model, but both superheroes). And what ever happened to Alison Double?

    7. I remember reading the early adventures of Captain Britain in the mid 70's and enjoying them, even though I was only 7 years old. This was an adventure from the early 80's after they revived the character and gave him a new uniform, and dispensed with his 6 foot staff. I enjoyed this story,it was nice and mental and plenty of action, all in all a good graphic novel.

    8. This doesn’t quite hold up to the best of Alan Moore, but it’s a solid superhero read. Alan Davis’ pencils still hold up nicely.

    9. An excellent collection with great extras, let down only by some dodgy issues inserted, to me, for no obvious reason.

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