Mister Miracle


Real Name
Scott Free
First Appearance
Mister Miracle (vol. 1) #1 (April, 1971)
Jack Kirby
Team Affiliations
Base of Operations
Mobile, New Genesis
Immortality (in terms of age), The Alpha Effect, Superhuman Physical Attributes
Skills and Abilities
Genius Inventor, Master Escape Artist, Hand-to-Hand Combat Expertise, Knowledge of the Anti-Life Equation
Tools and Weapons
Aero-Discs, Mother Box, Multi-Cube, Boom Tube

Mister Miracle (Scott Free) is a superhero in the DC Universe a New God and a master escape artist. 


A New God raised in the orphanage of the evil Granny Goodness, Scott Free spent his childhood trying to escape from her clutches, gaining the skills of a master escape artist. When he finally escaped, he took on the mantle of Mister Miracle, a human escape artist who died in a sabotaged escape trick.


The Trade of SonsEdit

Scott Free was the son of the New God named Highfather, the leader of the New Gods and the ruler of the world known as New Genesis. For a peace treaty between New Genesis and the world of evil known as Apokalyps, Highfather exchanged children with Apokalyps' ruler Darkseid, with Highfather taking Orion and Darkseid taking Scott. Darkseid had Scott placed in the orphanage of Granny Goodness, Darkseid's minion responsible for training the children of Apokalyps' into the war-hungry soldiers known as Parademons. Though Goodness' orphanage was meant to brainwash and break the spirit of the orphans therein, Scott refused to submit, spending his time attempting to escape.

Over time, Scott found he had a natural talent for escape and was able to escape from seemingly inescapable traps.  He was also inspired by Himon, a trouble maker on Apokalips who escaped capture time and time again from Darkseid's forces, and refused to let Apokalyps break his spirit.  He also met Big Barda, one of Granny Goodness' Female Furies, a team of enforcers, and the two fell in love, keeping their relationship secret.

Other MediaEdit

TV SeriesEdit

Mister Miracle appeared in an episode of the animated TV series Justice League Unlimited titled "The Ties That Bind" in which he teams up with The Flash to save Oberon from Granny Goodness.

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