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Appearing in "A Crooked World"

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  • Monitoring equipment

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  • Flying teapot

Synopsis for "A Crooked World"

As Earth-238 descends into chaos, Captain Britain and his companions are attacked by the Fury.

Appearing in "Graveyard Shift"

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  • Simulacra created by Mad Jim Jaspers

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  • The heroes' graveyard on Earth-238
  • A living room on Earth-616

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  • Teapot and teacups
  • Gravestones

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  • Flying teapot

Synopsis for "Graveyard Shift"

Captain Britain realises why Earth-238 has become insane, and the Fury moves in for the kill.

Appearing in "A Rag, a Bone, a Hank of Hair"

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  • A rag, a bone and a hank of hair
  • Otherworldly scientific apparatus

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  • Car (in flashback)

Synopsis for "A Rag, a Bone, a Hank of Hair"

Merlyn and Roma have some reconstruction to do.

Appearing in "An Englishman's Home..."

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  • Computer circuit
  • Whisky decanter
  • Telephone

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  • Taxi

Synopsis for "An Englishman's Home..."

Brian returns to Braddock Manor and is welcomed by Emma Collins... and Mastermind.

Appearing in "Thicker than Water"

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  • Braddock Manor
  • McBurgers, Oxford Street, London
  • Forbidden Planet, Denmark Street, ditto

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  • Gun
  • Burgers
  • Comics

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  • None

Synopsis for "Thicker than Water"

Brian is reunited with his twin sister in a burger restaurant, and with an old enemy in Forbidden Planet.

Appearing in "Killing Ground"

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  • Forbidden Planet, Denmark Street, London
  • Arcade's secret lair

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  • Weapon called a 'jazzler'

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  • Police car

Synopsis for "Killing Ground"

Captain Britain and Slaymaster fight each other; Dai Thomas tries to arrest everybody; Arcade receives an angry phone call.

Appearing in "Executive Action"

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  • None

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  • Glass of milk

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  • The Sidewinder

Synopsis for "Executive Action"

Wardog wants Captain Britain to consider himself a prisoner of the Special Executive, but Captain Britain isn't so keen on the idea.

Appearing in "Judgement Day"

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  • Dimensional Development Court

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  • Crystal keys

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  • The Sidewinder

Synopsis for "Judgement Day"

Although he finds the idea of testifying on Saturnyne's behalf distasteful, Captain Britain's gallantry gets the better of him.

Appearing in "Rough Justice"

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  • Captain UK
  • Captain England from Earth-522
  • Captain Albion from Earth-523
  • Saturnyne's advocate, addressed as "Lord Chancellor"
  • Bob and Neil, commentators
  • Miracleman (dies in flashback)
  • Colonel Tusker (dies in flashback)
  • Android Andy (dies in flashback)
  • Tom Rosetta (dies in flashback)
  • Rick (dies in flashback)

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  • Dimensional Development Court

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  • Floating spheres (recording devices?)

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  • Captain UK dreams of a teleport booth

Synopsis for "Rough Justice"

Captain UK has a nightmare and Saturnyne is sentenced.

Appearing in "Arrivals"

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  • The Guardian

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  • Handheld teleporter

Synopsis for "Arrivals"

The Fury arrives in London, Earth-616, and everybody else arrives at Braddock Manor.

Appearing in "Waiting for the End of the World"

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  • Glass of white wine
  • Glass of red wine

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  • None

Synopsis for "Waiting for the End of the World"

Merlyn and Roma are playing chess with people's lives in a jacuzzi, but there's an extra piece on the board.

Appearing in "The Sound and the Fury"

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  • Various weapons

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Synopsis for "The Sound and the Fury"

As Legion dies, Cobweb foresees the cancellation of the future.

Appearing in "But They Never Really Die"

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  • Knock-out spray

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  • The Sidewinder

Synopsis for "But They Never Really Die"

The only person who can defeat the Fury (albeit temporarily) is a person who isn't really there at all.

Appearing in "The Candlelight Dialogues"

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  • Beetles

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  • Another England

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  • Cigarette

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  • Caravan

Synopsis for "The Candlelight Dialogues"

Meggan and Sue swap stories over a cigarette.

Appearing in "The Twisted World (Reprise)"

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  • Beetles
  • Jennifer

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  • Another England

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  • Penicillin and tranquillisers
  • Tattered old newspaper
  • Razorlight

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  • None

Synopsis for "The Twisted World (Reprise)"

It's England, but not as we know it.

Appearing in "Among Those Dark Satanic Mills"

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  • Beetles

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  • Another England

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  • Bricks and bottles

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  • None

Synopsis for "Among Those Dark Satanic Mills"

Captain Britain goes to 10 Downing Street to confront Sir James Jaspers, MP.

Appearing in "Anarchy in the UK"

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  • Simulacra created by James Jaspers

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  • 10 Downing Street

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  • James Jaspers' props (scythe, cane, etc)

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  • Mowing machine

Synopsis for "Anarchy in the UK"

Captain UK gets her uniform on and Captain Britain is trapped in the twisted heart of the reality warp.

Appearing in "Fool's Mate"

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  • Jaspers' twisted mind-scape

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  • Poster of Jaspers

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  • None

Synopsis for "Fool's Mate"

Mad Jim Jaspers re-builds the Crazy Gang and re-encounters the Fury, while Roma makes a shocking discovery.

Appearing in "Endgame"

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  • Jaspers' twisted mind-scape
  • The moon
  • Under the sea
  • Surface of the sun
  • A river of tar in a landscape of chromium
  • A plain of fused and cryptic flesh
  • Nowhere
  • Otherworld

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  • None

Synopsis for "Endgame"

The Fury is too clever for Mad Jim Jaspers, and Captain UK is too angry for the Fury.

Appearing in "A Funeral on Otherworld"

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Synopsis for "A Funeral on Otherworld"

Time to say goodbye.

Notes

Because of a publishing quirk, Captain Britain Vol 1 2 contains stories that were published in serial form before the stories in Captain Britain Vol 1 1.

Trivia

This volume also contains an introduction by Alan Moore, the original author.


Recommended reading

Captain Britain (trade paperback) Vol 1 1.

Links and references

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