We're back after a quick little hiatus with MISTER MIRACLE #9, and...well, you probably don't need me to remind you of this, but things for Scott and Barda could definitely be going better. After the birth of their son, Jacob, the war between New Genesis and Apokolips kind of faded into the background for a while (for reasons that should be obvious).
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We're seven issues into Mister Miracle, which means we're officially over halfway through! Of course, that also probably means you've got a pretty decent grasp on just who Scott and Barda actually are by now. However, if this is your first ever encounter with the New Gods, there might be a couple things—especially in this issue—you don’t have a ton of context for.
I know I normally skew a bit more technical for these posts, but this week I figured it might be better to gear things a little more historically. After all, we've got some introductions to make here.
Batman’s recently renewed romance with Catwoman began on a rooftop…but is it possible it might end on one as well?
So, this is it. We've officially hit the MISTER MIRACLE halfway point and, in the process, we've come up on a major turning point for the story in more ways than one. But we'll talk about consequences in a second. First, we need to talk about rules and warnings.