The Miracles (Digital Edition)

The Miracles (Digital Edition)


Written by Joe Glass

Art by Vince Underwood

Colors by Harry Saxon

Letters by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

Cover by Kevin Wada


High school senior Elliot Morgan is a lot of things: massive nerd, obsessive comic geek, target for the local bigoted bully, but there’s one thing he never quite expected to be - a real-life superhero!


When he learns that his parents are secretly characters from his favorite comic book now living as refugees in the real world, suddenly everything he thought he knew about his life is thrown into a new light. What else can he do but take to the skies as the real world’s first superhuman hero: The Miracle!


However, it turns out the family secrets don’t end there...and Elliot even has one of his own, that he hasn’t shared with anyone. And secrets have a way of coming out...especially when someone is hunting them down.


  • Digital edition PDF
  • ZIP Download featuring various sized downloads to best fit your device
  • 132 pages
  • CONTENT WARNING: This book deals with themes of bigotry, self-harm, mental health and non-consensual intimate imagery abuse




“Quite LITERALLY everything I love about comics! An absolute triumph from cover to cover. This is why I read comics. This is why I make comics.” -Donny Cates (Crossover, Thor, God Country)


“Floored. The Miracles grabbed me from page 1 and didn't let me leave until I had completed the journey. Bold and beautiful art with the kind of story you never want to end. Familiar, while completely original. Hopeful, while entirely honest.” -Michael Conrad (Wonder Woman, Tremor Dose, Batgirls)


“Miracles is a delight of a comic and the artwork looks great!” - Ilias Kyriazis (Collapser)


“This is just brilliant: at once a callback to the Claremont X-Men, all character angst and uncertainties; and a call out to the cool, modern Hickman carefully crafted worlds and manifest destines. That's not to say it's in any way derivative: Joseph Glass has created a superhero story that feels personal- even as it takes its central concept of standard comic book heroes made real, it never feels like pastiche.” - Mike Collins


"The Miracles is a tale full of heart and gravity about how stories save us and how real heroism meets people where they live." - Mark Russell (Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles, One Star Squadron, Billionaire Island)