Miracleman #2

    Miracleman » Miracleman #2 - Book One: A Dream of Flying released by Marvel on March 2014.

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    Book One: A Dream of Flying last edited by lordhater1 on 05/20/20 02:19PM View full history

    KIMOTA! With one magic word, a long-forgotten legend lives again!

    Freelance reporter Michael Moran always knew he was meant for something more -- now, a strange series of events leads him to reclaim his destiny!

    Relive the ground-breaking eighties adventures that captured lightning in a bottle -- or experience them for the first time -- in these digitally restored, fully relettered editions!

    Issue #2 includes material originally presented in WARRIOR #1-5, plus bonus material.

    Story Titles and Extras

    • "When Johnny Comes Marching Home..." from Warrior #3 - July 1982 (by Alan Moore and Garry Leach)
    • "Dragons" from Warrior #5 - September 1982
    • "The Yesterday's Gambit" from Warrior #4 - August 1982
    • Miracleman Behind the Scenes
    • "The Birth of Marvelman" from Marvelman #65 - November 13, 1954
    • "Introducing Kid Marvelman" from Marvelman #102 - July 30, 1955
    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverAlan Davis1
    VarVariant CoverArthur Adams & Peter Steigerwald2
    VarVariant CoverMike Perkins3
    VarVariant CoverMike McKone4
    VarSketch CoverAlan Davis5
    RERetailer Exclusive Cover - New Orleans Comic Con ExclusiveNeal Adams6
    RERetailer Exclusive Sketch Cover - New Orleans Comic Con ExclusiveNeal Adams7


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