Good things come to those who wait, and for those Miracleman fans waiting for Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham to complete their unfinished Miracleman story arc for the past thirty years, wait no longer!
The brand new Captain Britain Omnibus collects a number of rare Marvel UK issues, as well as the renowned Alan Moore and Alan Davis stories (although, as usual, you won’t find Moore’s name anywhere inside the omnibus).
The new edition will arrive in October and consists of the first six issues of Gaiman and Buckingham’s run (which began in issue #17 back in 1990 from Eclipse Comics and ended with issue #24 in 1993).
Dark Horse Books upcoming Dave Gibbons’ Confabulation: An Anecdotal Autobiography! offers an in-depth and personal look at the artist’s career in comics, from his early 2000 AD days to Watchmen, Give Me Liberty, and beyond.
The 2000 AD staple, and one of the most discussed series of the 1980s, returns with restored artwork, Barbara Nosenzo’s previously re-colored pages, and a number of bonus features.
With news that Alan Moore’s seminal reinvention of classic British superhero Miracleman (originally known as Marvelman) is about to join the Marvel Universe in the new Timeless mini-series, Marvel will once again reissue the original stories in an all new Omnibus in September.