|mrosa (mrosa) wrote in scans_daily,|
@ 2011-12-11 02:08 pm UTC
Alan Moore and Alan Davis' Captain Britain
run from the early '80s is one of my favourite superhero stories. It's a legendary story for the way it was so novel for the time. Not enough have read it, although it's influenced Marvel and the character in many ways. You may have heard of the godlike Mad Jim Jaspers and his reality-warping powers; of how he created an artificial super-being, The Fury, which could evolve and adapt to any superhero's powers; how The Fury killed Captain Britain; how Merlin brought him back to life, improved; how The Fury sweeped the floor with his body several more times; how in the end Jaspers and The Fury had an epic creation-killing-the-creator battle. But in the end, it wasn't
Captain Britain who took down The Fury; he almost died again, if it weren't for this:
And this is how you write a gripping, exciting fight!