One of the best Mister Miracle comic book series ever has made it’s way to the digital format.
Grant Morrison’s Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle issues #1-4 have made their way to Kindle and Comixology. The 4 issues were part of a larger Seven Soldiers of Victory saga from Morrison.
The series was initially released in a monthly comic book starting in September of 2005. It was written by Morrison with art by Pasqual Ferry.
The official synopsis of Mister Miracle #1 from DC Comics:
Grant Morrison’s amazing SEVEN SOLDIERS saga continues with a 4-part miniseries featuring art by Pasqual Ferry (ADAM STRANGE)! A young Shiloh Norman is all grown up, and now, with the help of his Mother Box —an alien computer —he has become the world’s coolest escape artist, a cross between David Blaine and Puff Daddy. After a hallucinatory encounter with the being called Metron, the formerly aimless and dissatisfied Mister Miracle finds himself with a new mission in life. He now believes he has evidence of an apocalyptic cosmic war being fought through human agents on Earth! Shiloh’s seen the light. He knows the score —and he may have lost his mind!
The Seven Soldiers of Victory Book 2 collects all 4 Mister Miracle comics from this series. It is available here in hardcover or paperback formats. Book 2 also comes with other stories from the Seven Soldiers series when purchased as a collected edition.
The mini-series was one of the only comic book runs with Mister Miracle in the title in many years. Besides his own comics, Mister Miracle, Big Barda, and Oberon have showed up with the Justice League and many other titles.
The first Mister Miracle title was created as part of Jack Kirby’s Fourth World. Those comics have not been made available digitally yet. The 28 issue run of Mister Miracle that started in 1989 is also being made available by digital retailers.