Real Name: Johnny Dee
Identity/Class: Human transformed by magic
Occupation: Newspaper Editorial Assistant
Affiliations: Miracle Jr, Lola Karbel
Enemies: Ku Klux Klan
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: U.K.
First Appearance: Captain Miracle #1 (Anglo Features , October 1960 - June 1961; nine issues)
Powers/Abilities: Able to fly, superstrong, invulnerable, etc. In other words the same as Marvelman.
History: Since Captain Miracle was literally a redrawn Marvelman, it seems likely his origin is very similar. Certainly the backgrounds are - Johnny Dee is an editorial assistant at the Daily Clarion, who transforms when he says the magic words "El Karim", which activates a magic Eastern formula to turn him into Captain Miracle.
Comments: After a while he was joined by Miracle Jnr.
Created by Mick Anglo, this character's adventures consisted of relettered Marvelman stories. He turned up again, possessed by Lliogor, in Zenith Phase Three.
CLARIFICATIONS: Not to be confused with
Marvelman, Micky Moran, whom redrawn adventures provided the basis for this character.
Marvelman, the 1980's version of Mike Moran
Miracle Man, Marko, a 1920's character
Miracle Man, a.k.a. Superhombre, yet another Mike Anglo creation
The Miracle Man, from Archie Comics
Miracleman, what they called the 1980's Marvelman in his American reprints
Miracle Jr, his partner, also a redrawn hero, in this case Young Marvelman
Kid Marvelman, the 1950's version of Marvelman's friend and partner Johnny Bates
Kid Marvelman, the evil 1980's revival of Johnny Bates
Kid Miracleman, what they called the 1980's revival of Kid Marvelman in the U.S. to avoid lawsuits
Young Marvelman, the 1950's character whose redrawn adventures were used to create Miracle Jr.
Young Miracleman, the 1980's revival of Young Marvelman
Any Additions/Corrections? Please let me know.
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