For fans of the old superhero Miracleman, the last several years have been tumultuous. Created by Mick Anglo in 1954 and originally known as Marvelman, the character is lost, even after regaining its rights. Eventually sold to Marvel Back in 2009. It was not clear if he would return to the comics space, but this week Indefinite # 1 Michael Moran has ended up with some teasing teasing that will make his way to the Marvel Universe in fashion.
But before that can happen, Miracleman must return to the public eye. Henceforth Miracleman omnibus, A great hit collection to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the hero Reboot from author Alan Moore. The character was mentioned for Moore’s tenure Take the deconstructionist At a time when the concept was started and now all of it is being collected. His 1982 and 1985 runs with artists such as Alan Davis, Gary Leach and John Tottleben have both been included as material since 1989. A1 Sketchbook And 1984 Marvelman Special. The only non-Moore work, it seems, came from 2014: Grant Morrison and Joe Quesader All-New Miracleman One-shot that hit the very end of 2014.
Miracleman has been a complex character for Marvel ever since they acquired his rights. The long-running legal battle between Guyman and Todd McFarlane for image rights has meant that his stellar power has faded over time, and when Marvel was able to Comics reprint From the runs of Moore and Gaiman, it took several years to publish those collections. In 2013, Guyman and artist Mark Buckingham were Opportunity has been given Pick where their 1990s race ended … but those plans went awry. Is the future waiting for Miracleman? It’s unclear, but for fans of the character, hopefully this universal ball will get rolling again when it is released in September.
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