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    Gaiman and Buckingham craft a bedtime story for the Golden Age!

    “Winter’s Tale” tells the journey of Miracleman’s daughter and her adventure crossing the cosmos to find the Qys.

    What — or who — has “Retrieval” brought back from Infra-Space?

    Including material originally presented in MIRACLEMAN (1985) #20, plus bonus content.

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverMark Buckingham1
    VarVariant CoverChris Samnee (a) & Matthew Wilson (c)2
    VarVariant CoverCharles Paul Wilson III3


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    Originally published at The Hub City ReviewWith regards to form, very little separate the comic book or the graphic novel from its close cousin, the children’s book. The former is told entirely through pictures, with writing superimposed over the illustrations themselves, whether in the form of dialogue balloons, thought bubbles, or narration boxes. The later alternates between writing and illustrations, with the written sections obeying all the rules regularly applied to prose. Far more t...

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