John Tomlinson comic
Since the days of King Arthur, the mystical Green Knight has been the protector and embodiment of Britain. Now, as Earth faces environmental disaster, several unlikely champions - including detective Dai Thomas, reporter Kate McClellan and writer Ben Gallagher - find themselves empowered to protect the land! But what are the mysterious spirits of the Pendragon? And can these newly minted heroes - along with Union Jack and WWII hero Albion - unravel the mystery of the Omni-Corporation and stave off the arcane evil of the Bane? It's a moody and suspenseful thriller as only Marvel UK can provide! And when the Knights formally become a superteam, they'll face the menaces of Mys-Tech, Baron Blood, Death's Head II - and the Bane's terrifying master, the Red Lord! Collecting: Knights of Pendragon (1990) 1-18, Knights of Pendragon (1992) 1-15, Mys-Tech Wars (1993) 1-4, Dark Guard (1993) 1-4.
A comic published primarily for the English market by Marvel UK. The series exploits the adventures of British superheroes such as Captain Britain, Union Jack and others. It also guest-stars American superheroes. Whether all of this is in continuity remains to be seen. Continued 6 months later in Knights of Pendragon volume 2.
A comic published for the English and American market by Marvel UK. The series exploits the adventures of British superheroes such as Captain Britain, Union Jack and others. It also guest-stars American superheroes. Whether all of this is in continuity remains to be seen. Some of the characters created by Marvel UK do appear in Marvel US Comics, so at least that can be set in continuity. The series was somewhat of a continuation of Knights of Pendragon (volume 1).
The story of Digitek begins at the Mys-Tech organization. Kether Troop, a team of Mys-Tech mercenaries tasked with recovering alien technology from alternate dimensions, manage to retrieve a product called Protosilicon from an unknown source and installs it on an item known as Jump 61. Technological analysis of the item followed, and Jonathan Byrant is assigned as its Project Leader. His supervisor, Mr. Grant, sabotages the project with a computer virus, but Jonathan somehow gains a vision of this. He rushes back to the facility. He arrives just as the building explodes, and is believed to have been killed. Unknown to all he survives and finds that the suit has bonded with him. Choosing to use his powers for good, Jonathan decides to call himself after the project: Digitek. His first opponents are the villains known as Bacillicons, three mercenaries who had been similarly transformed, but are warped by the virus.