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Miracleman: The Silver Age #3 (of 7)

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The wait is over!

Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham present the story you’ve waited decades for – the first ALL-NEW chapter in “”The Silver Age!””

High atop the Himalayas, Dicky Dauntless searches to find his place in the Age of Miracles. He’ll make new friends and encounter a frightening, familiar face – Johnny Bates!

It’s Young Miracleman and Kid Miracleman face-to-face!

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32 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham finally continue their 30-years-delayed run on Miracleman with Miracleman: The Silver Age #3, and the decades that have passed since the previous issue have only made this deconstructionist fable more potent.

  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Excellent chapter that continues to nourish and contribute to this story, while Younfg Miracleman continues with his doubts about whether what Miracleman did was the right thing.

  • 100

    First Comics News

    In 1993, Miracleman # 24 was ready to come out and continue The Silver Age arc but after Eclipse Comics went bankrupt and the Miracleman rights were in complete limbo, Marvel brought back Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham to finish their story and how, after twenty-nine years later, the forgotten chapter of The Silver Age is finally upon us and I have to say- IT’S ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT! Young Miracleman meeting up with a group of eccentrics in the Himalayan mountains while being haunted by nightmares involving Johnny Bates (Kid Miracleman) is a story worth waiting for. While Miracleman himself is absent (Rightfully so if anyone read issue # 23 of the original series or issue # 2 of The Silver Age) Dickie Dauntless’ quest to find any meaning in the new world he’s in is very intriguing but it never gets dull and Gaiman makes sure of it as his character study of Dicky and his newfound friends is extremely captivating while Buckingham’s artwork is still gorgeous due to the layers of structure that he adds in. Young Miracleman’s story is finally presented in all its glory and like anyone who’s now excited for the payoff, seeing where Dicky Dauntless goes next is something I’m looking forward to.

  • 95


    We’ve waited 29 years for this, and the creative team recognized that and delivered an impressive issue. The art and story are a joy to behold, and the issue contains quite a few extras to keep you entertained. Now we wait to see what Dickie will do next.

  • 90

    Comic Watch

    This issue is fantastic and feels like a fresh step into the next phase of the series despite being written thirty years ago.

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