One year and a day removed from his Super Tuesday debut, Zack Wheeler reminded the Mets what all the fuss was about.

This was pure dominance, straight from the Matt Harvey playbook, and with this pathetic Mets lineup providing no room for error, the right-hander endured.

Wheeler’s three-hit shutout — in which he faced just 28 batters — carried the Mets to their second straight victory, 1-0 over the Marlins on Thursday.

The Mets (33-40) needed it. Wheeler perhaps needed it even more, after two straight dreadful starts in which he ran his pitch count high and failed to last beyond the fifth inning.

“I know I can do it every time out, and I know I have the stuff,” Wheeler said after the 111-pitch performance. “It finally feels good to go out there and do it and be efficient with my pitches and get ahead of guys.”

Wheeler (3-7) struck out eight and walked one and received help from three double plays. Reed Johnson singled with two outs in the ninth, spoiling Wheeler’s chance of facing the minimum 27
batters. The complete game and shutout were the first of Wheeler’s career.

The Mets made it challenging by going scoreless over the final eight innings, after David Wright homered in the first. Wright said even with Wheeler cruising, there was always the threat of disaster.

“We’ve had a lot of those games that have come back and kind of bit us,” Wright said. “We couldn’t get him any more [runs], but thankfully he didn’t need any more. He was fantastic today throwing strikes, kept his pitch count down.

“He has got the stuff. For him it’s just a matter of pounding the strike zone, throwing all his pitches for strikes, not falling behind and just having to throw fastballs.”

Wheeler’s major league debut came on June 18 of last year, when he won the nightcap of a doubleheader (Harvey dominated in the first game) in Atlanta.