Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkAlbion British Comics Database WikiAlbion British Comics Database Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkWall threadBoardBoard Thread Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything Results for Dark Guard Dark Guard/Gallery Gallery: Character Gallery: D: Dark Guard Gallery: Character Gallery: D: Dark Guard See Also Main Article: Dark Guard, Image List: Dark Guard https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Dark_Guard/Gallery Dark Guard Vol 1 1 Featured Characters: Dark Guard Albion (Peter Hunter) Motormouth Killpower Death's Head II Dark Angel Warheads, Albion (Peter Hunter), Motormouth, Killpower, Death's Head II, Dark Angel, Warheads Supporting Characters: https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Dark_Guard_Vol_1_1 Dark Guard The Dark Guard were a group of heroes including Albion, Death's Head II, Motormouth, Killpower, Dark Angel, Colonel Tigon Liger and Stacy Arnheim of the Warheads, and Ultra Marine, who were called together by https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Dark_Guard Dark Guard Vol 1 Back to title selection: Comics D: Dark Guard Vol 1 Back to title selection: Comics D: Dark Guard Vol 1 https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Dark_Guard_Vol_1 Marvel UK Publications Titles published by Marvel UK, owned today by Panini Comics. https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Marvel_UK_Publications Overkill Vol 1 From#12, the title included Death's Head II, and later issues included Black Axe, Super Soldiers, Dark Guard and Wild Thing. No attempt was made to include the entire direct market line, though; Knights https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Overkill_Vol_1 Marvel UK Marvel UK was the British division of Marvel Comics, founded in 1972, initially to reprint material originally published by Marvel US (previously, some Marvel material had been reprinted in Britain in the five Power Comics https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Marvel_UK Knights of Pendragon The Knights of Pendragon were a team of heroes (created by Dan Abnett, Gary Erskine and John Tomlinson) who starred in their own title published by Marvel UK from 1990-1993. Their original series ran https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Knights_of_Pendragon Death's Head II I.M's control, embarked on a series of adventures throughout time and space with his new partner, the woman named Tuck. He was briefly a member of the Dark Guard. Incredible fighting skills. Superhuman. https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Death's_Head_II Dark Angel which she used to battle evil as Hell's Angel (though she later changed her name to Dark Angel). Over the following months she repeatedly clashed with Mys-Tech and formed alliances with other superheroes https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Dark_Angel Motormouth Harley Davis, nicknamed Motormouth because of her incredibly foul language, was a young orphan living on the streets of London, stealing and scavenging to live, when she was chosen by a man named Laarson, an https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Motormouth Marvel UK Characters Some of the most memorable, iconic, or just plain interesting characters created or published in British originated stories by Marvel UK. https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Marvel_UK_Characters Albion (Peter Hunter) Pendragon disbanded are unknown, though he spent some time in another dimension and later briefly joined the Dark Guard. He did return to action at least once several years later, during the Revolutionary War incident https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Albion_(Peter_Hunter) Dan Abnett the Knights of Pendragon, later revamping Death's Head as Death's Head II and writing Battletide, Dark Guard and various other strips (including the X-Men and various "cosmic" characters such as Nova and https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Dan_Abnett Carlos Pacheco known for his work in the United States, though his initial break in the world of international comics came with his work on Dark Guard for Marvel UK. He also worked on Motormouth and Excalibur. https://britishcomics.fandom.com/wiki/Carlos_Pacheco Stuart Bartlett 1980's and early 1990's. 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