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The cast of the Golden Age converges on London to remember, to renew and to rejoice.

Miracleman walks amongst the London's Day crowds searching for answers -- before revealing a miraculous gift to humankind!

Then, in "Retrieval," HE wakes up...and the Silver Age begins!

Including material originally presented in MIRACLEMAN (1985) #22, plus bonus content.


  • Miracleman #22, August 1991 - "Revival"
  • "Retrieval" - Part 6
  • Miracleman Behind the Scenes

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverMark Buckingham1
VarVariant CoverKaare Andrews2
VarVariant CoverOlivier Coipel3
VarVariant CoverMark Buckingham4


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Originally published at The Hub City Review The world was refined in that dark crucible. And the Leaden Age through which we faltered has, by some rare alchemy, been changed through flame to Gold.I watch the Sun setting in slow flame… and as it does, its last rays catch the stray clouds, silver and mauve and grey; transmute them to ruby and amethyst and gold.Purest, most perfect, eternal Gold.”So ends Neil Gaiman’s Miracleman: The Golden Age. It is the perfect summation of wha...

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