Four years ago, Marvel announced they had the rights to the classic MarvelMan (a.k.a. MiracleMan, after a Marvel-ous lawsuit forced the publisher Eclipse to change the name) comics, but not Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman's dark and epic '80s relaunch of the superhero. That changed this weekend.
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Marvelman (a.k.a. Miracleman a.ka. the superhero at the center of one of the most screwball legal struggles in comic book history) returns to print this summer. Marvel Comics will publish a one-shot, series, and hardcover of Marvelman's past exploits.
The question on comic fans' lips since Marvel announced their purchase of Marvelman at San Diego Comic-Con has finally been answered: Yes, they will be reprinting Alan Moore's classic pre-Watchmen run on the character.