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Has the long-awaited republishing of Alan Moore's "Miracleman" been marred by edits to the digital version available via the Marvel Comics app?
Marvel has released a preview of its remastered "Miracleman" #3 by Alan Moore, Alan Davis and Garry Leach.
Axel Alonso discusses the remastered "Miracleman" #1, Chris Claremont and DnA's new Marvel projects, adopting a "season"-type format and more.
Greg Hatcher examines how Alan Moore's recent "final" interview was just the latest twist in the strange relationship his "fans" have with the writer.
Miracleman gets recolored! BOOM! goes big! Conventional wisdom debunked! Four really good comics from 2013! And lots more!
With a newly colored reprint on the way, ROBOT 6's Corey Blake delves into the historical context for "Miracleman" #1's original printing.
ROBOT 6 takes a look at Marvel's remastered "Miracleman" #1 pages side-by-side with the Eclipse version's colors from 1982.
Marvel has released the first look at the remastered "Miracleman" #1 by Mick Anglo and Garry Leach, due out on shelves January 15.
Did Marvel nearly buy Marvelman thirty years ago?! Did DC pass on the character as well? And is there really a DC supervillain fueled by cocaine?
Check out Timothy Callahan's comprehensive history of Marvelman/Miracleman in preparation for the Marvel revival of the character in January.
After the final chapter of Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham's "Miracleman" saga is published, do you want to see the long-lost hero join the Marvel U?
During Marvel's Cup O' Joe panel, the publisher presented a video of Neil Gaiman announcing the return of Miracleman, including the never-seen ending of his and Mark Buckingham's story.
Marvel has announced Neil Gaiman's return to the Marvel Universe with the final issue of "Age of Ultron" as the "Sandman" scribe steps in to help with "AoU" and add one-time Spawn nemesis Angela to the Marvel U.
The latest Marvel NOW! series teaser is more mysterious than most, coming with no creative team attached and pitching retailers on the idea of something "Superior" in the offing. Could this be the long-awaited return of Marvelman?
The British writer-artist whose reimagining of an American icon led to the UK's first breakthrough superhero, Marvelman creator Mick Anglo passed away recently leaving questions still to the legal fate of his creation.
Tim returns to take a belated look at the New York Comic Con, placing into context what it feels like to be a comic book reader these days, when everything new is old again.
CSBG's month-long look at Easter eggs in comic books continues with Calvin and Hobbes in "X-Factor," Dr. Doom dying in "JLA" and Waldo in "Hulk: Future Imperfect"! Check them all out here!
Tim takes on the experimental Miracleman work of Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham, wraps up his retrospective on the Marvelman character, and looks at what might have been and what might still happen.
In Part Two of his look at Alan Moore's groundbreaking work on "Marvelman," Tim explores the Eclipse days, when the comic took a sharp turn toward the explicit and the superhero reached its logical conclusion.
With the announcement that Marvel had acquired the rights to Marvelman, one voice in the long legal struggles surrounding the charcter hasn’t been heard from – Todd McFarlane. Until now. Updated
Sparked by recent announcements from Comic-Con, Tim launches into a multi-part exploration of 'Marvelman' by showing what made the Alan Moore series so revolutionary all those years ago. Plus, a forgotten controversy resurrected!
Joe Quesada presents the creative process behind the creation of the first official Marvelman piece of artwork in nearly two decades in this special Comic-Con International edition of Cup O' Doodles.
Rich has the latest on the legal status of Miracleman and what's next for the embattled property. Plus, Disney Comics go BOOM!, the MCM Comics Expo and an important announcement about the future of LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Your friends may finally have cracked open their copies of "Watchmen" in anticipation of the movie release, but what's REALLY next for them? Tim considers each type of reader and offers suggestions for "Following Watchmen."
In this week's installment of When Words Collide, Timothy looks back at the history of the American superhero comic, from the Golden Age to the Modern Age, and develops 'Sixteen Steps Toward a Superhero Canon."
As part of his regular series "Land of Lost Tales," George Khoury, the author of "Kimota! The Miracleman Companion," has uncovered a lost Miracleman comic and talks with the creator of said story.