Two Marvel legends reunite to bring us back to an incredible character we haven’t seen since 1989.
This is what he announces Marvel:
the wait is overJust in time for the 40th anniversary of the modern age of Miracleman, as Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham’s groundbreaking Miracleman: The Silver Age series returns this October. The two comic book visionary talents will complete their unfinished “Silver Age” story, which includes remastered editions of the first two published issues, with new artwork and bonus material.
Official synopsis: Young Miracleman, the lost member of the Miracleman family, is back! His last memories were of a 1963 world of joy and innocence. Now, he has been thrust into the 21st century, where his best friends have become gods and monsters. Where can a hero from a simpler time call home in this brave new world?
Those responsible are excited:
“We’re back! And after thirty years of absence it is both exciting and terrifying.” Mark Buckingham said. “Neil and I have had these stories in our heads since 1989, so it’s amazing to finally be about to share them with our Marvel readers.”
“I have tried my best to create something special for these songs. Cinematic in approach, clean and elegant, drawing on the best of my own style but also paying homage to the exceptional talents of all those who have come before us, whose unique visions have shaped this groundbreaking series for forty years, and the foundation of Marvelman’s the 1950s on which it was built.”
This is a story that fans of the comics of Marvel have literally waited for decades, and the first issue of Miracleman: The Silver Age It hits stores this October.