"It's All in the Mine": Granny Goodness and her cohorts kidnap Big Barda from New Genesis, forcing Scott Free to become Mr. Miracle again. To rescue his new wife, he returns to Earth and reunites with Oberon, and the two go after Granny. She forces Scott to enter a deathtrap without his Mother B
- Shhh! Orion will do the fighting... you do the loving!
- -- Big Barda
Appearing in "It's All in the Mine"
Synopsis for "It's All in the Mine"
Granny Goodness and her cohorts kidnap Big Barda from New Genesis, forcing Scott Free to become Mr. Miracle again. To rescue his new wife, he returns to Earth and reunites with Oberon, and the two go after Granny. She forces Scott to enter a deathtrap without his Mother Box, but when he escapes, he finds that his foes have left, and still have Barda with them. He deduces that they are now on the moon and he plans to follow them... continued next issue.
- This book was first published on June 23, 1977.
- Art is credited to Rogers and Ilya Hunch. In the letters page of issue #20 Dennis O'Neil states that "Ilya Hunch" is a name he made up: "Who is Ilya Hunch? The answer is that he's a composite - actually nine very talented men. When he realized that he was running out of time, Marshall Rogers enlisted the aid of a whole bunch of his friends, and assigned each of them a character in the story." He goes on to list which inker inked which character: Mister Miracle by Rogers, Barda by Giordano, Granny Goodness by Mike Nasser, Kanto by Milgrom, Highfather by Abel, Oberon by Al Weiss, Bedlam by Brozowski, Vermin Vundabar by Austin, and Mister Miracle's eyes on page 1 by Neal Adams. "Ily Hunch" better known as Crusty Bunker is really a collective pseudonym for Marshall Rogers, Dick Giordano, Mike Nasser, Al Milgrom, Jack Abel, Terry Austin and several others from Neal Adams' Continuity Studios.
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