A beautiful page from Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham’s marvelous run on “Miracleman,” my all-time favorite comic book. The first Gaiman arc was a series of interlocking short stories set in the world posited by Moore at the end of his glorious run, and it’s even better. This is arguably the best of those stories, about Andy Warhol, who’s resurrected into a robot body by the aliens who run the underworld and likes the idea so much that he has more than a dozen copies of himself made. The art, as you can see, is just as good as the idea.

Author: samthielman

Sam Thielman is a reporter and critic based in Brooklyn, New York. His blog is samthielman.com, his twitter handle is @samthielman, and if you can't find him you should check The Strand.

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