Scott Free is an immortal being from the planet Apokolips who works as a master of illusion when not being a DC Comics superhero.The characters longest lasting run was 28 issues from January 1989 - June 1991.
The character has a particular appeal to writers and has beens scripted by many (and any title originated by Kirby will draw comic book artists to it). Grant Morrison replaced Scott Free with Shiloh Norman during Mister Miracles appearance during the Seven Soldiers of Vicotry series.
Mister Miracles partner is Big Barda.
Kirby's initial concept for Mister Miracle was to launch the series and shortly thereafter turn it over to Steve Ditko. But then DC Comics publisher Carmine Infantino veto'd that plan. So Kirby (along with co-plotter Mark Evanier) kept the title going for 18 issues (last issue March 1974), which was the longest running of any of Kirby's "Fourth World" series at DC Comics. Big Barda, Mister Miracles partner, was based upon Kirby's wife Roz and on the singer/actress Lainie Kazan.
2017 Mister Miracle Trade Collection
Original Cover Mister Miracle #6
Mister Miracle #14 - 1973 w/Big Barda
Mister Miracle #17 Jan 1974
Heroes can make fatal mistakes! Especially, when they check in at a Murder Lodge!
More Mister Miracle #17
Mister Miracle Issue 2
Just a few questions on his road to sudden death!
Mister Miracle career at DC Comics
Mister Miracle 1971 25 issues April 1971 - September 1978
Mister Miracle 1989 28 issues January 1989 - June 1991
Mister Miracle 1990 8 issues (Spanish language version) October 1990 - April 1991
Mister Miracle 1996 7 issues April 1996 - October 1996
Mister Miracle Special 1987 1 issue
Mister Miracle - Jack Kirby
Original Page December 18, 2013 | Updated July 26, 2015