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John Gallaway rejected Miracleman's new world, rejected companionship, rejected love — until the night Miraclewoman visited him...

The schoolyard rebels strut their stuff and debate the teenage idol of The Golden Age, Johnny Bates, in "Trends."

Miracleman explores deeper into Infra-Space in "Retrieval."

Including material originally presented in MIRACLEMAN (1985) #18, plus bonus content.

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  • "Skin Deep", "Trends" and "Retrieval, Part 2" from Miracleman #18, August 1990
  • Miracleman Behind the Scenes

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RegRegular CoverMark Buckingham1
VarVariant CoverFrank Cho (a) & Jason Keith (c)2
VarVariant CoverPaul Pope3
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The final issue of Alan Moore’s run on Miracleman begins with a page long wall of text, narration from the mind of Miracleman without accompanying illustration. What would normally prove a poor use of the visual medium becomes through Moore’s skillful prose one of the most exciting pages in the series. He writes:“I dream teenagers, the boys with their letter sweatshirts, girls with single brushstroke brows, in endless ice cream parlours, never growing old or running out of flav...

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The final issue of Alan Moore’s run on Miracleman begins with a page long wall of text, narration from the mind of Miracleman without accompanying illustration. What would normally prove a poor use of the visual medium becomes through Moore’s skillful prose one of the most exciting pages in the series. He writes:“I dream teenagers, the boys with their letter sweatshirts, girls with single brushstroke brows, in endless ice cream parlours, never growing old or running out of flav...

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