The Lion Rampant is actually more Scottish than English, and tied to the monarch. However England has also been represented by Three Lions (in a different stance), so it does work somewhat - that's two out of four of the countries in the union.
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: Go with the Alan Davis design. The original
: costume was ****ing terrible. Really,
: really terrible. It looks like it was
: designed by a committee of people who only
: ever heard about Britain but never went
: there. I shudder just thinking about it.
: I don't particularly like the red design
: myself. I mean, yeah I know Cap is tied to
: the British Isles in a historial,
: back-in-the-days-of-Merlyn kind of way and
: not so much a "Queen and Country"
: kind of way, but the Union Jack-looking one
: like he wears now fits the character a lot
: better and is more timeless, I think.
: And excuse me for being an ignorant
: American, but I thought the lion on that
: costume (as well as Kelsey's) was more
: indicitive of England rather than Britain?
: Interesting note, btw, if you look at the
: solicits for "New Excalibur" #5,
: looks like Kelsey/Lionheart is apparently
: going to be Excalibur's foe! No offense,
: but Brian would school her nine ways to
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