Aw, geez, no, Brian! Actually, "no" is correct: that's not Brian Braddock, Betsy's brother...and I think we can all agree to say "whew" at this point. Also, "Ick." That's actually Kaptain Briton ("Byron Brad-Dhok"), the delegate member of the Captain Britain Corps from Earth-794. He's swapped places with "our" Earth-616 Brian. I think it goes without saying that he's your traditional "evil mirror version," despite the lack of a goatee. Of course, the minute he starts pawing Betsy with his big greasy inter-dimensional hands, we know he's in for a whupping..
Panels from Captain Britain v.2 #6 (June 1985), script by Jamie Delano, pencils and inks by Alan Davis, letters by Annie Halfacree. Color version from Captain Britain trade paperback (1988), colors by Andy Seddon.
Well, that wasn't pleasant. Later, officials will arrive to take Kaptain Briton to
This week's Psylocke Psurveillance Psummary:
- Hair: purple.
- Eyes: blue.
- Outfit: bathrobe.
- Chin: Still pretty freakin' huge.
- Cumulative body count: 1.
Panel from Captain Britain v.2 #13 (June 1985), script by Jamie Delano, pencils by Alan Davis, inks by Alan Davis and Noel Davis, letters by Annie Halfacree. Color version from Captain Britain trade paperback (1988), colors by Andy Seddon.