Ad for The Liberty Project by Kurt Busiek, James W. Fry, and Doug Hazelwood, 1987.

Ad for The Liberty Project by Kurt Busiek, James W. Fry, and Doug Hazelwood, 1987.

Ad for the collection of The Dreamery, Stinz: Horsebrush and Other Tales by Donna Barr, 1990.

Ad for the collection of The Dreamery, Stinz: Horsebrush and Other Tales by Donna Barr, 1990.

Ad for Star*Reach Classics featuring art by Frank Cirocco, Dick Giordano, Howard Chaykin, P. Craig Russell, and Frank Brunner, 1984

Ad for Star*Reach Classics featuring art by Frank Cirocco, Dick Giordano, Howard Chaykin, P. Craig Russell, and Frank Brunner, 1984

Ad for Axel Pressbutton #1 by Steve Moore (as Pedro Henry) and Steve Dillon, which reprinted stories from the first three issues of Warrior. Art by Brian Bolland, 1984.
Steve Moore 1949 - 2014

Ad for Axel Pressbutton #1 by Steve Moore (as Pedro Henry) and Steve Dillon, which reprinted stories from the first three issues of Warrior. Art by Brian Bolland, 1984.

Steve Moore 1949 - 2014

Ad for The Masked Man by B.C. Boyer, 1987.

Ad for The Masked Man by B.C. Boyer, 1987.

Ad for Aztec Ace by Doug Moench, Dan Day, and Nestor Redondo, 1984.

Ad for Aztec Ace by Doug Moench, Dan Day, and Nestor Redondo, 1984.

Ad for the Eclipse Comics paper dolls collection and Trina Robbins’ book Paper Dolls from the Comics, 1988.

Ad for the Eclipse Comics paper dolls collection and Trina Robbins’ book Paper Dolls from the Comics, 1988.

Ad for Airboy #38 by Chuck Dixon and Gary Kwapisz, 1988.

Ad for Airboy #38 by Chuck Dixon and Gary Kwapisz, 1988.

Subscription ad for Zot! by Scott McCloud, 1985.

Subscription ad for Zot! by Scott McCloud, 1985.

Ad for The Sisterhood of Steel by Christy Marx and Peter Ledger, 1987.

Ad for The Sisterhood of Steel by Christy Marx and Peter Ledger, 1987.

Ad for Winter World by Charles Dixon and Jorge Zaffino, 1987.

Ad for Winter World by Charles Dixon and Jorge Zaffino, 1987.

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Ad for The Amazing Cynicalman by Matt Feazell, 1987.

Ad for Prowler by Timothy Truman and John K. Snyder III, 1987.

Ad for Prowler by Timothy Truman and John K. Snyder III, 1987.

Ad for Mai the Psychic Girl by Kazuya Kudo and Ryoichi Ikegami, 1987.

Ad for Mai the Psychic Girl by Kazuya Kudo and Ryoichi Ikegami, 1987.

In these nonconsecutive panels from ‘Miracleman & the Magic Pen’ by Steve Moore and Stan Woch in 1991’s Miracleman: Apocrypha #1, it clearly states Moran is at the offices of the ‘Daily Bugle,’ previously established as his employer, yet the door is twice shown reading ‘Daily Planet.’Was this an error or an intentional contradiction of which I am missing the significance?

In these nonconsecutive panels from ‘Miracleman & the Magic Pen’ by Steve Moore and Stan Woch in 1991’s Miracleman: Apocrypha #1, it clearly states Moran is at the offices of the ‘Daily Bugle,’ previously established as his employer, yet the door is twice shown reading ‘Daily Planet.’

Was this an error or an intentional contradiction of which I am missing the significance?