- He was older than me. He always liked to enjoy himself. I used to admire him for that. Now it makes me sick to know that he's my brother. I hope they kill him. But I don't want to be here when they do. I've got to go. Not back to the manor...anywhere but there.
Appearing in "African Nightmare"Edit
- R.C.X. (Only in flashback)
- Dr. Crocodile (Main story and flashback)
- Jamie Braddock (Main story and flashback) (Apparent death behind the scenes)
- Witch Woman
- Robert Arnold (Warpie baby) (Only appearance; dies) (Only in vision)
- Mrs. Arnold (Only in vision)
- Red Cross staff (Only in vision)
- Staff (Death) (Only in vision)
- Enslave woman (Only in vision)
- Slaves (Only in vision)
- Rich people (Only in vision)
- Jonas N'Dingi (Mentioned in flashback/vision; Death) (Dr. Crocodile's father)
Synopsis for "African Nightmare"Edit
Captain Britain travels to Africa to save his brother from Doctor Crocodile-only to learn that he may not deserve to be saved.
Appearing in "End of the Line"Edit
Synopsis for "End of the Line"Edit
Night Raven's battle with the Assassin continues.
Appearing in "P.A.R.T.S V the Universe"Edit
Synopsis for "P.A.R.T.S V the Universe"Edit
The Final chapter, as the Thieves learn who has been manipulating them.
Appearing in "Mercuriuser & Curiouser"Edit
Synopsis for "Mercuriuser & Curiouser"Edit
Daak locates another recruit-a man with good reason to hate him.
- There is also a new Night Raven text story in this issue.
- The Night Raven strip is reprinted from Hulk Comic (UK) Vol 1, and Abslom Daak from Doctor Who Monthly.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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