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?

Promotional ad for Tundra’s color edition of Violent Cases by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, 1991.

Promotional ad for Tundra’s color edition of Violent Cases by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, 1991.

Promotional ad for Tundra Publishing featuring Al Columbia’s Doghead (note the different cover art shown which appears nowhere in the published version), Taboo 6 with the 'Sweeney Todd' Penny Dreadful by Neil Gaiman and Michael Zulli, and the first of the Legends of Arzach portfolios (Joe Kubert plate shown). Background art from ‘Sweeney Todd’ by Michael Zulli, 1992.

Promotional ad for Tundra Publishing featuring Al Columbia’s Doghead (note the different cover art shown which appears nowhere in the published version), Taboo 6 with the 'Sweeney Todd' Penny Dreadful by Neil Gaiman and Michael Zulli, and the first of the Legends of Arzach portfolios (Joe Kubert plate shown). Background art from ‘Sweeney Todd’ by Michael Zulli, 1992.

Postcard for gallery exhibition of artwork from Sandman: The Wake by Michael Zulli, 1995.

Postcard for gallery exhibition of artwork from Sandman: The Wake by Michael Zulli, 1995.