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Comicguy1

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Subj: Re: Is He More Powerful Than Jaime Braddock? Aren't There Two Jaspers?
Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 at 01:51:22 pm EDT (Viewed 99 times)
Reply Subj: Is Mad Jim Jaspers that tough?
Posted: Sun Sep 03, 2017 at 07:26:49 am EDT (Viewed 121 times)

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These 2 pages were in a site's Captain Britain Appreciation Post. NICE art, TOUGH looking villain. Prompts the ATM questions:

What was the last story/status with Mad Jim Jaspers?
Does CBMB place him high enough on the Danger List or is he historically not that respected/interesting a goto recurring villain?
Has he EVER appeared in a story without Brian or Betsy in it?
How is he defeated in this story or what's the wikia summary link for it?
Who would you choose as exciting different character to pit him against?
Maybe he could (permanently) repair all the 'scars' left by Kobik after Secret Empire as a fun plotline? ;\)

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I miss Dad & Dan.

Ah, Mad Jim. I've been trying to get a hold of the Alan Moore Captain Britain issues/run for a looooong time, to no avail (I know that they have a hardcover collection, but it's about $100, even for sale on Amazon.). This is said to be the Captain's finest hour.

From all of the scans that I saw, yeah, Mad Jim might be the most powerful mutant around. Isn't the one in the 616 Marvel Universe supposed to be even MORE powerful? I know that Claremont originally intended to use him (And or The Fury.) during the Mutant Massacre storyline. From what I read, there was supposed to be a 616 version of Mad Jim that was even MORE powerful than the Alan Moore one. Is Jaime Braddock on the same level as him? Thanks.


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