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    John Totleben Miracleman #14 Story Page 4 Original Art (Eclipse, 1988). Miracleman prepares to meet with the Warpsmiths on this page, but was he prepared to see Miraclewoman Avril again? What started as reprints of Fawcett Comics' Captain Marvel, then was turned into Britain's own Marvelman when Fawcett ceased publication, was revived by Alan Moore in the early 1980s in the UK published Warrior Magazine. When Eclipse Comics attempted to bring the character to the US, it wasn't DC Comics (current holders of the rights to Captain Marvel) who objected. It was actually Marvel Comics who complained. So the character and series name was changed to Miracleman instead. This stunning Totleben page was created edge-to-edge in ink, marker, and white paint on 12" x 18" Bristol board. Signed by Totleben in the lower left. Some of the text is paste-up and/or text correction paste-up. In Excellent condition.

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