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Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham's Age of Miracles begins!

Two years have passed since the decimation of London. Miracleman presides over mankind's Golden Age from atop Olympus. Pilgrims climb its miles-high peak to petition their new god. Each carries hopes that are pure. The motives they conceal, however...

Miracleman explores Infraspace in the opening chapter of "Retrieval," but just what, or who, is he looking for?

Including material originally presented in MIRACLEMAN (1985) #17, plus bonus content.

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CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverMark Buckingham1
VarVariant CoverJoe Quesada & Tim Townsend2
VarVariant CoverSimone Bianchi3
VarJam Wraparound Variant CoverAlan Davis, Garry Leach, Steve Oliff, John Totleben & Rick Veitch4-6
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I recall much ado being made in early 2012 regarding the impending release of Before Watchman, which would for the first time see other writers pen tales in the same universe and continuity as Alan Moore’s opus magnum. One wonders if similar sentiments, albeit without decades of nostalgia and the internet echo chamber to magnify them, ran through the comics community of early 1990 as the Miracleman torched was passed from Alan Moore to Neil Gaiman.Similarly to how Watchman was a repurposin...

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