Appearing in "Incredible Hulk"
Synopsis for "Incredible Hulk"
Appearing in "Black Knight"
- Mandrac (First appearance)
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Synopsis for "Black Knight"
Captain Britain has fallen in battle and the Black Knight believes that his quest to get the hero to Merlyn has ended in failure. However, Moondog tells the Knight that they must bring Captain Britain to Otherworld anyway.
Before they can resume their travels, they are interrupted by the Neithergod known as Mandrac and his hordes. Mandrac is the Lord of the Slain and claims Captain Britain's body and spirits it away into the portal to Otherworld. The Black Knight then battles the guards placed at the gate so that Moondog and his Elves can slip past and go after the Captain's body.
Finding the battle futile, the Black Knight retreats back to his horse Valinor and uses the steed to push past the guards and pass through the portal into Otherworld. Along the way he grabs up Captain Britain's Star Septre to prevent it from falling into enemy hands.
Appearing in "Ant-Man"
Synopsis for "Ant-Man"
Appearing in "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Synopsis for "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Appearing in "The Eternals"
Synopsis for "The Eternals"
Appearing in "What If Rick Jones Became the Hulk? Part Three: Alone Against Annihilus"
Synopsis for "What If Rick Jones Became the Hulk? Part Three: Alone Against Annihilus"
- Although Captain Britain is dead here, he is resurrected in Hulk Comic (UK) #29.
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