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Author Topic: Miracle Monday in the 31st Century  (Read 5021 times)
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« on: May 15, 2011, 08:42:14 PM »

I added a four-page excerpt from the 2-part story originally printed in Superman/Batman #79 and #80.  As far as I can tell, this is the first mention of "Miracle Monday" since Superman #400 back in 1984:

http://superman.nu/tales5/epoch/?page=1

THERE ARE SPOILERS - this excerpt is actually from near the end of the story, I only include it on the site because of the Miracle Monday mention.

Short version (with spoilers): time-travelling villain briefly encounters Kent Shakespeare and other Superman-related heroes during the 31st century Miracle Monday celebrations - in one quick panel on the third page.

I really enjoyed these two issues of Superman/Batman, they include the Superman and Batman from DC One Million; and what appear to be the Superman and Batman of the original Earth-1.  Lotta fun and an excellent writer.



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