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Fear and paranoia are alive and well in The Golden Age. For Sandra Walsh, every dark corner in The City conceals a threat- but does one hold the truth? Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham's first Miracleman story, "Screaming," reintroduces a familiar face from Miracleman's past! The Golden Age's god of the dead joins Miracleman's Infra-Space "Retrieval." Including material originally presented in Miracleman (1985) #21 and Total Eclipse #4, plus bonus content.

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CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverMark Buckingham1
VarVariant CoverTim Bradstreet2
VarVariant CoverGene Ha3


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The Summa Theologica of Neil Gaiman 0

Originally published at The Hub City ReviewI remember clearly my first day at seminary, the whole incoming class gathered together for orientation. Of the many things said that morning, these words (and I’m paraphrasing, this being over seven years ago now) are among those that have always stood out the most:Everyone is a theologian. It is a universal human endeavor, endemic to the human mind and emblematic of the human experience, to contemplate the ultimate nature of reality. The questio...

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