Black Air

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The British government experienced overtures from [[Genosha]] who had experienced a societal upheaval when the Mutate slave class had been freed after a civil war. However, it was discovered from the diplomatic channels that it caused the Genoshan economy to collapse where hostilities had risen between the human and Mutate classes with each blaming the other for events. Thus, Black Air approached the European branch of X-Men that was known as [[Excalibur (Marvel)|Excalibur]] about journeying to Genosha to help defuse the situation. (Excalibur v1 #86)
 
The British government experienced overtures from [[Genosha]] who had experienced a societal upheaval when the Mutate slave class had been freed after a civil war. However, it was discovered from the diplomatic channels that it caused the Genoshan economy to collapse where hostilities had risen between the human and Mutate classes with each blaming the other for events. Thus, Black Air approached the European branch of X-Men that was known as [[Excalibur (Marvel)|Excalibur]] about journeying to Genosha to help defuse the situation. (Excalibur v1 #86)
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Though seemingly disbanded, Project Black Air came to be reformed and be a part of [[MI-13]]. Pete Wisdom came to be a secret agent working as part of Black Air where he was deployed under orders from the Queen to locate the new Captain Britain who was Betsy Braddock. This was during the crisis that formed following the formation of the Mutant nation of [[Krakoa]] and the conflict it found itself against Morgan le Fay's Otherworld. (Excalibur v4 #3)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:17, 4 December 2019

Black Air is an organization that features in Marvel Comics.

Contents

History

Black Air was an intelligence agency established in Britain that had replaced the former Weird Happenings Organization which had been disbanded. (Excalibur v1 #86)

The British government experienced overtures from Genosha who had experienced a societal upheaval when the Mutate slave class had been freed after a civil war. However, it was discovered from the diplomatic channels that it caused the Genoshan economy to collapse where hostilities had risen between the human and Mutate classes with each blaming the other for events. Thus, Black Air approached the European branch of X-Men that was known as Excalibur about journeying to Genosha to help defuse the situation. (Excalibur v1 #86)

Though seemingly disbanded, Project Black Air came to be reformed and be a part of MI-13. Pete Wisdom came to be a secret agent working as part of Black Air where he was deployed under orders from the Queen to locate the new Captain Britain who was Betsy Braddock. This was during the crisis that formed following the formation of the Mutant nation of Krakoa and the conflict it found itself against Morgan le Fay's Otherworld. (Excalibur v4 #3)

Overview

In appearance, the agency was an intelligence apparatus that was charged with the observation and interaction with extranormal activity. (Excalibur v1 #86)

Members

  • Michelle Scicluna :
  • Pete Wisdom :
  • Scratch :
  • Threadgold :
  • Shrine :

Notes

  • Black Air was created by Warren Ellis and Ken Lashley where they made their first appearance in Excalibur v1 #86 (February, 1995).

Alternate Versions

Appearances

  • Excalibur v1:
  • Excalibur v4:

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