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Miracleman. Book three, Olympus (edition 2015)

by Original Writer, (Writer), Mick Anglo (Creator.), John Totleben (Artist.), Thomas Yeates (Artist.), Steve Oliff (Artist.)2 more, Joe Caramagna, (Illustrator) Michael Kelleher

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Gods and monsters walk the earth, as the aliens whose technology created Miracleman seek to exterminate Project Zarathustra's survivors. And even as the future of humankind hangs in the balance on the far side of the galaxy, and the month-old baby Winter begins to speak, the price of godhood takes its toll on Johnny Bates. A single word is uttered, and hell on Earth is unleashed. Kid Miracleman is loose! As smoke rises over London, Miracleman must face Kid Miracleman - and realize his destiny. The sick will be healed, military powers will be disarmed, poverty will be abolished. Every day shall be a day of miracles, a new dawn for humankind.… (more)
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Title:Miracleman. Book three, Olympus
Authors:Original Writer,
Other authors:Mick Anglo (Creator.), John Totleben (Artist.), Thomas Yeates (Artist.), Steve Oliff (Artist.), Joe Caramagna1 more, (Illustrator) Michael Kelleher
Info:Tunbridge Wells : Panini, 2015.
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Miracleman Book Three: Olympus by Alan Moore (Writer)

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    Watchmen by Alan Moore (artturnerjr)
    artturnerjr: Both deconstructionist superhero tales by Alan Moore. WATCHMEN is the more formally masterful work; MIRACLEMAN, the more emotionally devastating one.
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    artturnerjr: The climactic scene of CHRONICLE is remarkably similar to the one in Moore and Totleben's earlier graphic novel.
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A spectacular book - it's a real shame it's no longer available.

I'm not sure if it would be super popular as a reprint. I absolutely loved it, but the purple prose and the way-way-larger-than-life themes might put off audiences looking for action or easy hooks. This is vintage Moore poetry instead, a wonderful exploration of how far he can go and what you think he'd never do. ( )
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Totleben, JohnIllustratormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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