Maybe, in an ironic twist, it could be that Camelot was actually one of the most technologically advanced civilisations of all time when Arthur reigned and that Excaliber is actually some kind of Alien tech and the Lady of the Lake an amphibious extraterrestrial who brought it and the knowledge of her planet's tech to Earth. Kinda like ''A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court'' by Mark Twain, only with more Sci-Fi elements. Apparently, Arthur was canonically around during the time of the Roman Empire in the old myths, so It'd make sense.I was actually thinking that Sword would be the Tech guy of the team
Simply because it would be funny that the guy using the simple weapon that is magically inclined is also a technical genius
One thing I would love to see would be more writers and artists from Britain, coming over to the states and the big three, share their art styles and their creations. Mick Anglo was the first one to do that, according to this timeline, so I'd like to think it sets a kind of trend. Little trivia from someone who knows. The thing about British comic book characters, I.E. original ones, is that they did exist, as far back as the late 40s as a matter of fact. It's just that we never got them out to the international markets because, at the time, such a thing would have been inconceivable.
We tried bringing our guys to an overseas audience with the likes of Albion and that 2006 Wildstorm revival of Thunderbolt Jackson, but it didn't pan out. It'd be great if thanks to Anglo and Fawcett, a couple of UK creators were able to get a measure of Fame in the states by working for the company and the other big two.