DescriptionTim Truman - Miracleman #6 Cover Original Art (Eclipse,1986). Tim Truman details Miracle Man doing a slow burn on this terrific grey tone cover. Tim dedicated this image to the well-known comics draftsman, Reed Crandall, in his signature at the lower left. As Kimota! The Miracleman Companion has so aptly noted, "In 1982, British super-hero Marvelman, previously a mere Captain Marvel knock-off, was resurrected by the then-unknown writer Alan Moore in the pages of Warrior magazine under the premise, 'What if a super-powered human lived in today's world?' The series was an immediate success, establishing Moore as the most important writer to emerge in the field. By 1985, the character was introduced to American readers under the name of Miracleman, and the title was recognized as one of the finest of its genre and an astonishing piece of graphic fiction in its own right." Tim Truman's cover captures the spirit of the series perfectly. The image area of the cover is 10" x 15.25". The title logo is affixed to the back of the art paper; otherwise the art is in Excellent condition. Tim Truman has signed the art at the lower left, and again, at the center right.
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