Book 1, The Golden Age

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Atop Olympus, Miracleman presides over a brave new world forged from London's destruction. It is a world free of war, of famine, of poverty. A world of countless wonders. A world where pilgrims scale Olympus' peak to petition their living god while, miles below, the dead return in fantastic android bodies. It is an Age of Miracles - but is mankind ready for it? Do we even want it? Is there a place for humanity in a world of gods? Collecting: Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham 1-6
Alternative Title: Golden age
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, [2016]
ISBN: 9780785190554
Branch Call Number: Graphic SF
Characteristics: 192 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 27 cm


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DBRL_KrisA Nov 27, 2016

I had heard of Miracleman, and of Gaiman's turn on the series, for quite a while, but had never actually read any Miracleman (neither Gaiman's work nor Alan Moore's earlier stuff). Not knowing much about it, I thought this would be a good starting-out point. It was not. This book has very little to do with Miracleman himself; it's a series of short stories, really, about how various people are affected by the Miracle "family". As with so much of Gaiman's short fiction, it's really kind of hit-and-miss. Some parts are pretty good, others not as good. But my overall feeling was that I didn't have a clue what was going on.


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Jun 01, 2016

A look at the Miracleman world after the events in the first three books. Focused on the people living in the changed world instead of the superheroes.


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