Check out the Alex Ross variant cover to Miracleman

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This May, Miracleman is about to get a bit more miraculous. Today, Marvel is proud to unveil the jaw-dropping variant cover to MIRACLEMAN #5 – gorgeously rendered by legendary and prolific painter Alex Ross!

With the utterance of a single word, Michael Moran transforms into the extraordinary –and Miracleman is born! But who created him? The twisted genius who gave birth to Miracleman has come forth, initiating a long-held plan that threatens the future of Miracleman and his entire family! Who is Dr. Emil Gargunza and what is Project Zarathustra? The secrets will be revealed when Book Two: The Red King Syndrome begins in MIRACLEMAN #5!

Long out of print, these timeless, earth-shattering stories are once again available to the masses – and Marvel is proud to finally present these incredible comics to an audience that has clamored for them.

“There are few comics in the history of the medium that reach the heights of Miracleman,” says Marvel SVP of Sales & Marketing David Gabriel. “Thankfully there are few artists in the business that as renowned as Alex Ross and we’re thrilled to have him contribute such a stunningly beautiful cover.”

Kick off the second arc of the series that changed comics forever when Alex Ross’ gorgeous MIRACLEMAN #5 variant cover hits comic shops this May!

Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on this hotly-anticipated variant cover. Check your Marvel Mailer for further information.

MIRACLEMAN #5 ALEX ROSS VARIANT (MAR140679)
Written by THE ORIGINAL WRITER
Art by ALAN DAVIS & JOHN RIDGWAY
Additional Variant Covers by
JIM CHEUNG & HUMBERTO RAMOS Variants Also Available!
FOC – 04/14/14 On-Sale – 05/07/14

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