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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 1 includes material originally presented in WARRIOR #1 and MIRACLEMAN #1, plus the MARVELMAN PRIMER. Issue #2 includes material originally presented in WARRIOR #1-5, plus bonus material.

Story Titles and Extras

  • Prologue: "The Invaders from the Future" from Miracleman #1 - August 1985
  • "...A Dream of Flying" from Warrior #1 - March 1982
  • Warrior #2 - April 1982
  • Miracleman Behind the Scenes
  • "Kimota! The Secret Origin of Mick Anglo's Marvelman" by Mike Conroy
  • "Mick on Mick" Joe Quesada Interviews Mick Anglo
  • "Marvelman and the Atomic Bomber" & "Marvelman and the Stolen Radium" from Marvelman #25 - February 3, 1954
  • "Marvelman and the Stolen Reflections" from Marvelman #32 - March 24, 1954

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverJoe Quesada1
VarVariant CoverJohn Cassaday2
VarVariant CoverLeinil Francis Yu3
VarVariant CoverMark Buckingham4
VarYoung VariantJerome Opeña5
VarSketch CoverJoe Quesada6
VarYoung VariantSkottie Young7
VarClassic VariantGarry Leach8
RERetailer Exclusive Cover - Portland Comic Con ExclusiveNeal Adams9
RERetailer Exclusive Sketch Cover - Portland Comic Con ExclusiveNeal Adams10

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A miracle has happened on Earth-616! Spike's Miracleman #1 review. 0

I'm amazed no one has reviewed the comic book yet, it's not like this legendary story is brand-new. I don't think I have to review Marvelman's visionary return heralding the darker days of comic book plots. It was, by all means, revolutionary when it was originally published and many of us downloaded it as soon as the internet was invented. I'll stick to the implications of it now being a Marvel Comics publication, it's advantages and the weird implications.The book is gorgeous and it is materia...

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