""Great stuff, glad I got a chance to read it."
I think Miracleman is probably my favorite of Alan Moore's work.
"An OK wrap-up ..While I enjoyed it. I would judge it the weakest of the three parts."
"Miracleman Book Three: Olympus
It seems really wierd to me that with everything Gargunza did, miracleman comes to think of him as of a father.
For me, Miraclewoman came out of nowhere. Was there a "Marvelwoman" in the old comics?
""I threw him at a planet."
This series has a lot of memorable one-liners.
"I can see where the birth scene would have caused them trouble back in the day."
For some of the "trouble" (brought on by editor Cat Yronwode…"
"Miracleman Book Two: The Red King Syndrome
We get a lot of backstory in this one, which is cool. I love a good backstory.
I ;like Moore's tak on a "How will our hero survive this?" story.
I was a little surprised by the death of Dr.…"
"As it happens, I too read the equivalent of "A Dream of Flying," but I was reading the omnibus (which I have been eagerly awaiting since it was first solicited). "Miracleman" first appeared in #1-21 of Britain's Warrior,…"
"As was pointed out to me on Facebook, reading these decades after having read umpty-zillion subsequent comics that may have been influenced by these stories is probably not having the same effect as it would have had i read them when they first came…"
"(Note: I haven't read the previous 18 pages of this thread as I wanted to go into this "fresh", so I'm probably going over some well-trodden ground, or asking questions that have already been answered here. Sorry about…"
"Well, b_dog, it looks as if it's finally going to happen. Remastered versions of #23 and #24 are going to ship this month and next, and December will see Miracleman: The Silver Age #3. My question: Do you plan to continue this discussion? (Say…"
"Yeah, that WaPo article the Baron linked to described the Akron Beacon Journal. I went to college about four hours from Akron, and one day my j-professor stumped the class by asking, "What's the best newspaper in Ohio?" People guessed…"
"Wow. Clicked into this thread and I think my jaw dropped while reading my first response here and ticking off the number of things I mentioned that I later experienced! It's a bit of a relief now to be out of the print industry but still…"
"It's hard to believe it's been 20 years since I looked forward to logging in here every day. Rich was one of those people who made it such a great experience. Even after all these years, this is heartbreaking. "