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  • Vol. 1 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 1 #1
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Subscription Insert.
    • Label #1267155002

    Rich Corben, Moebius, & Bode art April, 1977, issue 1. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This first issue includes the following stories: Den by Richard Corben; Rut by Druillet; Conquering Armies by Dionnet and Gal; The Adventures of Yriss by Druillet and Alexis; Azrach by Moebius; Selenia by Marre and Macedo; The Sword of Shannara by Terry Brooks; Traumwach by Mouchel, Pierson, and Voss; Space Punks by Mezieres; Age of Ages by Rubington; 1996 by Montellier; Sunspot by Vaughn Bodé; and Manipulation by Roy. Cover art by Nicollet. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 1 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 1 #5
    • Staple rust with migration.

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Bernie Wrightson. The Black Queen, script by Marcel Gotlib, art by Philippe Druillet. Den, script and art by Richard Corben. Fever, script and art by Halmos. Roger, script by Souchu, art by Locquet (sets, photography). Polonius, script by Picaret, art by Jacques Tardi. The Green Hand, script by Zha, art by Nicole Claveloux. Our Own Little Mardi Gras text story by Richard A. Lupoff, art by George Barr. The Long Tomorrow, script by Dan O'Bannon, art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Hamilton Potemkine, script and art by Philippe Druillet. World Apart, script and art by Ed Davis. Package For You, Missus Jones, script and art by Alesc. So It Goes, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Aug, 1977, issue 5. 150 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 1 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 1 #6
    • Staple rust with migration.

    Rich Corben and Moebius art 9/77, issue 6. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This sixth issue includes the following stories: The Last Vodka on Smirnov by Lesueur and Alain; Den by Richard Corben; 1996 by Montellier; Major Fatal by Moebius; Teonanacatl Genese by Cortman; Is There a Demon Lover in the House? by Roger Zelazny; Night Grass by Claveloux and Zha; AAARRRZZZ by Druillet; World Apart by Ed Davis; Polonius by Picaret and Tardi; It's a Small Universe by Moebius; and Orcyb by Macedo. Cover art by Duillet. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 1 #9
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 1 #9
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    • Paper: White
    • Label #1334061006

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Jean Sole. Untitled Den story, script and art by Richard Corben. Untitled Vuzz story, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Telefield, script and art by Sergio Macedo. Fortune's Fool!, script by Len Wein, art by Howard Chaykin. The Mauve Sideshow, script by Elisabeth Salomon [as Zha], art by Nicole Claveloux. Black Thursday, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. One-page illustration by Howard Chaykin. Dec, 1977, issue 9. 180 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 1 #10
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 1 #10
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Scuffing to inner well of case; Debris trapped between case and inner well
    • Label #1203743005

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Val Mayerik. Ulysses, script by Jacques Lob (adaptation), art by Georges Pichard; An extremely liberal adaptation of Homer. The Time Warp, script and art by Serge Clerc. Talapalca, script and art by Dominique He. Untitled Den story, script and art by Richard Corben. Fifth Episode: The Major Disappears--The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Miss Heavy Metal 1978--Roberta calendar, art by James Meehan. 1996, script and art by Chantal Montellier. Conquering Armies, script by Jean-Pierre Dionnet, art by Jean-Claude Gal. A Rose for Ecclesiastes, script by Roger Zelazny, art by Gray Morrow. Jan, 1978, issue 10. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 1 #11
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 1 #11

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Alex Nino. Marvels of the Universe, art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius] (one page). The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Den, script and art by Richard Corben. The Winter of the Last Combat, script by Victor Mora, art by Luis Garcia Mozos; A moody romance of sorts set in a medieval village during the Crusades. Diabolical Planet starring Morris White, script and art by Denis Sire. Urm the Mad, script by Michel Demuth, art by Philippe Druillet. The Burial of Death illustration by Alex Nino. Venus - Ah, Venus text story by Richard A. Lupoff, photography by Cathy McGinty. Telefield (Second Episode), script and art by Sergio Macedo. The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Age of Ages, script by Akbar Del Piombo, art by Norman Rubington (collages). Free Fall, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Barbarella, script and art by Jean-Claude Forest. 1996, script and art by Chantal Montellier. Feb, 1978, issue 11. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 1 #12
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 1 #12

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Jim Burns. Self-Portrait illustration by Charles Vess. Den story, script and art by Richard Corben. The Ruse text story, script by Thomas Bridges, art by Charles Vess. The Winter of The Last Combat (Chapter Two2), script by Victor Mora, art by Luis Garcia Mozos. Diabolical Planet (Part 2), script and art by Denis Sire. Heavy Metal Magazine ad, art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Urm, script and art by Philippe Druillet. The Abracax Effect, script and art by Jean-Michel Nicollet. Orion's World Is Not Our World, script and art by Gray Morrow. A New Episode featuring The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. 1996, script and art by Chantal Montellier. Underground Comic, script and art by Stuart Nezin. Barbarella story, script and art by Jean-Claude Forest. March, 1978, issue 12. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #1

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Philippe Druillet. Jungle Gysm illustration by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Going to Pieces, script and art by Francois Schuiten. Fed Up!, script by Serge le Tendre, art by Dominique He. Orion (Chapter III), script and art by Gray Morrow. The Uptight Garbage of Moebius featuring The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Tap-Dancing on a Tender Cerebellum, script and art by Alex Nino. An Image, script by Al Voss, art by Sergio Macedo. Lost Time, script by Fourgeaud, art by Norville. Ozone Alley text story by Richard Raxlen, Jr., art by Richard Olsen. Urm the Mad, script and art by Philippe Druillet. The Day the City Crossed the Threshold, script by Serge le Tendre, art by Michel Blanc-Dumont. Barbarella, script and art by Jean-Claude Forest. 1996, script and art by Chantal Montellier. May, 1978, issue 14. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #3
    • Staple rust.

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Philippe Cazaumayou. The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius illustration by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. The Last Voyage of Sindbad--New Tales of the Arabian Nights, script by Jan Strnad, art by Richard Corben. Q Claf 1, script and art by Picotto. The Death of Orlaon, script and art by Enki Bilal. Orion Chapter Four, script and art by Gray Morrow. Heilman, script and art by Al Voss. Gail, script and art by Philippe Druillet. More Than Human, script by Theodore Sturgeon and Doug Moench (adaptation), art by Alex Nino. The Story of the Acrylic Magus and His Vibratory Perturbations, script by Philippe Druillet, art by Bihannic. Barbarella, script and art by Jean-Claude Forest. 1996, script and art by Chantal Montellier. July, 1978, issue 16. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #4

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Clyde Caldwell. Sindbad in the Land of the Jinn--New Tales of the Arabian Nights, script by Jan Strnad, art by Richard Corben. Major Grubert's Adventure--The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Mission on Saturn!, script and art by Rene Petillon. Gail, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Off-Season, script by Elisabeth Salomon [as Zha], art by Nicole Claveloux. Orion, script and art by Gray Morrow. Only Connect: A Sequence, script and art by Alias. More Than Human, script by Theodore Sturgeon and Doug Moench (adaptation), art by Alex Nino. Heilman, script and art by Al Voss. Peaceful in the Country, script and art by Alexis. Planet of Terror, script by Paul LaMontellerie, art by Philippe Cazaumayou. Aug, 1978, issue 17. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #5

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Jim Burns. Sindbad in the Land of the Jinn--New Tales of the Arabian Nights, script by Jan Strnad, art by Richard Corben. 16th Episode: "Nothing Much" featuring The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Orion story, script and art by Gray Morrow. Off-Season, script by Elisabeth Salomon [as Zha], art by Nicole Claveloux. The Horror of G'Zalth, script and art by Brocal Remohi. Nebogipfel at the End of Time text story by Richard A. Lupoff, art by Carolyn Ogden. The Sweet Smell of Science, script and art by Benoit. Croatoan, script by Harlan Ellison, pencils by Tom Sutton, inks by Alfredo Alcala. Heilman, script and art by Al Voss. Gail, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Back cover art by Charles Vess. Sept, 1978, issue 18. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #6

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Ron Walotsky. Sindbad in the Land of the Jinn--New Tales of the Arabian Nights, script by Jan Strnad, art by Richard Corben. Exterminator 17, script by Jean-Pierre Dionnet, art by Enki Bilal. Orion, script and art by Gray Morrow. Off-Season, script by Elisabeth Salomon [as Zha], art by Nicole Claveloux. Gail, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Excerpt from the novelization of Dawn of the Dead by George Romero and Susanna Sparrow. One Foot in Eden text story, script and painted art by Mark Wheatley. The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Shattered Like a Glass Goblin, script by Harlan Ellison, art by William Stout. Heilman, script and art by Al Voss. So Beautiful and So Dangerous: Prologue, script and art by Angus McKie. Curious Thing, script and art by Stephen Bissette. Oct, 1978, issue 19. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #7
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #7

    Peter A. Jones cover, Rich Corben, Howard Chaykin, and 2 pages Moebius art November 1978, issue 20. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 20th issue includes the following stories: The New Tales of the Arabian Nights, Sinbad in the Land of Jinn by Richard Corben and Jan Strnad; Exterminator by Bilal; Orion by Gray Morrow; The Great Trap by Sire; Gail by Druillet; The Garage by Moebius; Galactic Geographic by Kofoed; Off-Season by Zha and Claveloux; Empire by Samuel Delany and Howard Chaykin; Surgical Tactics by Bissette; Helman by Voss; and So Beautiful So Dangerous by Angus McKie. Cover art by Marcus Boas. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #8
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #8

    Jo Ellen Trilling cover, Rich Corben and Moebius art December 1978, issue 21. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 21st issue includes the following stories: New Tales of the Arabian Nights, Sinbad in the Land of Jinn by Richard Corben and Jan Strnad; Hit Man by Moebius; Exquisite Corpses by Phil Trumbo; The Sign by Alfredo Alcala and Lawrence Shell; Orion by Gray Morrow; Exterminator by Bilal; Gail by Philippe Druillet; Off-Season by Zha and Claveloux; Tarot by Paul Kirchner; The Garage by Moebius; Colored Lights by Ben Katchor; So Beautiful and So Dangerous by Angus McKie; and Development of an Intergalactic Corporation by Bob Aull. Cover by Peter A. Jones. Back cover by Michael Kaluta. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #9
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #9

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Jo Ellen Trilling. Sindbad in the Land of the Jinn--New Tales of the Arabian Nights, script by Jan Strnad, art by Richard Corben. Only Connect: The Tumor, script and art by Alias. The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Telefield (Episode Number 3), script and art by Sergio Macedo. Exterminator 17, script by Jean-Pierre Dionnet, art by Enki Bilal. Ultimate Negotiations, script and art by Enki Bilal. Miss Heavy Metal 1979 illustration by John Totleben. Station 34.728, script and art by Patrick Lesueur. Gail, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Split: The Little Space Pioneer, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Sense of Wonder..., script and art by Mark Wheatley. Exercise in Gold, script and art by Trina Robbins. So Beautiful and So Dangerous, script and art by Angus McKie. Jan, 1979, issue 22. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #10
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #10
    • Staple rust with migration.

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Derek Rigg. Sindbad in the Land of the Jinn--New Tales of the Arabian Nights, script by Jan Strnad, art by Richard Corben. The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Telefield (4th Episode), script and art by Sergio Macedo. Exterminator 17, script by Jean-Pierre Dionnet, art by Enki Bilal. Lulea, script and art by Arthur Suydam. The Temple of Karvul, script and art by Paul Kirchner. Starcrown text story, script by John Pocsik, art by Gil Kane and C. Smith. Hydrogenesis, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. The Planet of No Return, script and art by Enki Bilal. Quetzal, script by Sabine, art by Halmos. So Beautiful and So Dangerous, script and art by Angus McKie. 1996, script and art by Chantal Montellier. Feb, 1979, issue 23. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 2 #11
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 2 #11

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Angus McKie. Sindbad in the Land of the Jinn--New Tales of the Arabian Nights, script by Jan Strnad, art by Richard Corben. The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Rastakskoy, script and art by Malskoy. The Stars My Destination text story, script by Alfred Bester, art by Howard Chaykin. A Mass for the Dead, script and art by Jean-Claude Pertuzé. Flop Sweat text story, script by Harlan Ellison, art by Tom Barber. The Great Trap, script and art by Denis Sire. Starcrown text story, script by John Pocsik, art by Gil Kane and C. Smith. Exterminator 17, script by Jean-Pierre Dionnet, art by Enki Bilal. So Beautiful and So Dangerous, script and art by Angus McKie. 1996, script and art by Chantal Montellier. March, 1979, issue 24. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 3 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 3 #2

    Angus McKie cover, Rich Corben and Walt Simonson art, plus 1 pg Wrightson June 1979, issue 27. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 27th issue includes the following stories: The New Tales of the Arabian Nights, Sinbad in the Land of Jinn by Richard Corben and Jan Strnad; Captain Future by Manoeuvre and Clerc; Pyloon by Rae Rue and Leo Giroux; Alien: The Illustrated Story by Walt Simonson and Archie Goodwin; An East Wind Coming by Arthur Byron Cover and Berni Wrightson; and So Beautiful So Dangerous by Angus McKie. Cover art by Angus McKie. Back cover by Marcus Boas. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 3 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 3 #3

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Richard Corben and Rick Courtney. The Last Voyage of Sinbad--New Tales of the Arabian Nights, script by Jan Strnad, art by Richard Corben. The Great Trap, script and art by Denis Sire. The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Stingaree featuring Eight Belles, script and art by Gray Morrow. Citizens Beware, script and art by Mark Fisher. ...Rears Its Ugly Green Head, script by Neal Adams, art by Michael Hinge. Zooks!, script and art by Vaughn Bode. Ecch! The Young Gnome text story, script by Nicholas V. Yermakov, art by Roger Stine. Shelter, script and art by Chantal Montellier. Telefield Chapter Five, script and art by Sergio Macedo. Attila the Frog, script and art by Don Lomax. Down Deep, script and art by Stuart Nezin. Starcrown text story, script by John Pocsik, art by Gil Kane and Bruce Jones Studio. Only Connect - Multiple Choice, script and art by Alias. July, 1979, issue 28. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 3 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 3 #4

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Mantxo Algora. Ad for the Heavy Metal Books' The Book of Alien and Alien: The Illustrated Story, art by Walt Simonson. Time Out: Opus, script and art by Val Mayerik. The Great Trap Part 4--The Space Adventures Of Morris White, script and art by Denis Sire. Free Ways, script and art by Lee Marrs. Shelter, script and art by Chantal Montellier. Starcrown Part VI text story, script by John Pocsik, photographs by Bruce Jones Studio. The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Zooks!, script and art by Vaughn Bode. Dragonworld text story, script by Byron Preiss and J. Michael Reaves, art by Joseph Zucker. New Ark City, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. Caries, script and art by Frank Margerin. Sympathy for the Devil, script by Mick Jagger (lyrics), Keith Richards (lyrics), James Waley (adaptation), and Gene Day (adaptation), art by Gene Day. Mama's Place, script and art by Arthur Suydam. Amber II, script and art by Jim Starlin. Aug, 1979, issue 29. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 3 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 3 #5

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Jim Cherry. Soft Landing, script by Dan O'Bannon, art by Thomas Warkentin. The Doll, script and art by J. K. Potter. The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Only Connect - The Spirit of the Game, script and art by Alias. On the Moon of Madness! starring Buck Rogers, script by Jim Lawrence, art by Gray Morrow. Little Red V-3--A Metallic Tale, script and art by Dominique He. The Grail War text story, script by Richard Monaco, art by Marcus Boas. Elvis, script and art by Francois Thomas. A World Between text story by Norman Spinrad, art by Donald Brautigan. Elric of Melnibone story, script by Michael Moorcock, art by Frank Brunner. Only Connect - The Spirit of the Game, script and art by Alias. Telefield Episode 6, script and art by Sergio Macedo. Shelter, script and art by Chantal Montellier. Val Mayerik back cover art. Sept, 1979, issue 30. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 3 #7
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 3 #7

    Joe Jusko cover, Rich Corben and Howard Chaykin art, plus 2 pgs by Moebius November 1979, issue 32. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 32nd issue includes the following stories: Rowlf by Richard Corben; Egg-Stained Wine by Phil Trumbo; Moon Flight by Voss; Barlowe's Guidebook to Extraterrestrials by Wayne Barlow and Ian Summers; Zooks by Vaughn and Mark Bodé; Homer's Idyll by Charles Vess; Galactic Geography by Karl Kofoed; Shelter by Chantal Montellier; Elric by Michael Moorcock and Frank Brunner; The Airtight Garage by Moebius; Jim by Luc Cornillon; and The Stars My Destination by Alfred Bester and Howard Chaykin. Cover art by Joe Jusko. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 3 #8
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 3 #8

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Richard Lon Cohen and John Townley. Welcome to Cityville 2--Suburban Scenes, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. After the Fall, script and art by Serge Clerc. Santa Claus vs. S.P.I.D.E.R. text story by Harlan Ellison, art by Gahan Wilson. The Story of Rowlf, script and art by Richard Corben. Fomalhaut, script and art by Montxo Algora. Pau Pele Pau Mano, script and art by Trina Robbins. A Tale of Christmas, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Christmas Carol, script and art by Arthur Suydam. December 24th, 11:55 p.m., script by Phil Manoeuvre, art by Al Voss. Dec, 1979, issue 33. 100 pgs. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 3 #10
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 3 #10

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Patrick Couratin. The Beast of Wolfton, script and art by Richard Corben. The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Scenes from Life in the Suburbs: The Visitors from July, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. The Adventures of Professor Thintwhistle and His Incredible Aether Flyer, script by Richard Lupoff, art by Stephen Stiles. Experiment With the Air Pump, script and art by Angus McKie. Circus Artezimboldo, script by Jacques Tardi, art by Picotto. The Snow Gods, script and art by Matt Howarth. The Children's Hour, script and art by Matt Howarth. Survival, script by Les Lilley, art by Mirko Ilic. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. 9 A.M., script and art by Dick Matena. Back cover art by Jim Burns. Feb, 1980, issue 35. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 4 #2

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Michael Kanarek. Divining at the Edge by Barry Malzberg. Professor Thintwhistle by Richard Lupoff and Steve Stiles. Spirit of the Beast by Richard Corben. Changes by Matt Howarth. Reptilangelo at Work by Carl Potts. Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard. First Love by Perry and Bissette. Book cover art by Berni Wrightson, Mike Kaluta, and Jeff Jones. May 1980, issue 38. 96 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 4 #4

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Carol Donner. Enki Bilal interview. Progress!, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Romance, script by F. Mercier, art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. No. 1: The Bewitching Yogurt--The Mysteries of Eroticism, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius] (one page). The Adventures of Professor Thintwhistle and His Incredible Aether Flyer, script by Richard Lupoff, art by Stephen Stiles. A Message from the Shadows, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Little Tiny Comics #1, script and art by Rick Veitch. Shore Leave, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Special: Mystery Pictograph--Galactic Geographic, script and art by Karl B. Kofoed. The Alchemist Supreme, script by Christian Godard, art by Julio Ribera. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. Gun, script and art by Matt Howarth. Kraaoo, script and art by Sokal. 2005, script and art by Dick Matena. July, 1980, issue 40. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 4 #5

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Jim Cherry. Herge & Tintin article. Heinlein article. The Moebius Interview. Shore Leave, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. The Adventures of Professor Thintwhistle and His Incredible Aether Flyer, script by Richard Lupoff, art by Stephen Stiles. Little Tiny Comics #2, script and art by Rick Veitch. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. Salammbo, script and art by Philippe Druillet. The Mysteries of Eroticism #2 by Jean Giraud [as Moebius] (one page). Target: Boche, script and art by Matt Howarth. Progress!, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. The Alchemist Supreme, script by Christian Godard, art by Julio Ribera. Aug, 1980, issue 41. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 4 #6

    Robert Adragna cover September 1980, issue 42. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 42nd issue includes the following stories: Salammbo by Druillet; The Alchemist Supreme by Ribera and Godard; Professor Thintwhistle Steve Stiles and Richard Lupoff; The Bus by Paul Kirchner; The World of Fif by Jacques Rochberny; Into the Breach by John Shirley and Leo Duranona; Construction Project by Michael Gross; Zeitgeist by Greg Terpenning and Ernie Colon; Progress by Bilal; Changes by Matt Howarth; Under the Influence of a UFO by Howard Cruse; Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr.; and Shaman by Paul Kirchner. Includes a letter by Barry Malzberg and an interview with Druillet. Cover art by Robert Adragna. Back cover art by Berni Wrightson. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #9
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 4 #9

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Chris Achilleos. Bloodstar, script by Robert E. Howard, art by Richard Corben. Man's Best Friend, script and art by Dick Matena. Mary Quite Contrary, script by Ted White, art by Terrance Lindall. The Adventures of Professor Thintwhistle and His Incredible Aether Flyer, script by Richard Lupoff, art by Stephen Stiles. What Is Reality, Papa?, script by Christian Godard, art by Julio Ribera. Double Evasion, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Reflection starring Valentina, script and art by Guido Crepax. Interview with Guido Crepax. Little Tiny Comics #4, script and art by Rick Veitch. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. The Cutter of the Fog, script by Luc Schuiten, art by Francois Schuiten. Back cover art by Alex Nino. Dec, 1980, issue 45. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #10
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 4 #10

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Robert Burger. Earth is Strange Enough article by Robert Silverberg. Bloodstar, script by Robert E. Howard, art by Richard Corben. Reflection starring Valentina, script and art by Guido Crepax. Bang, Hah, script and art by Don Wood. What Is Reality, Papa?, script by Christian Godard, art by Julio Ribera. Galleries featuring Ian Miller and David Wenzel. The Ambassador of the Shadows starring Valerian: Time-Space Agent, script byPierre Christin and L. Mitchell (translation), art by J. C. Mezieres. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. There Is a Prince Charming on Phenixon, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Woman, script and art by Jean Torton [as Jeronaton]. Back cover art by Alan Lynch. Jan, 1981, issue 46. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #11
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 4 #11

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Jim Burns. Civilian Defense article by William S. Burroughs. Bloodstar, script by Robert E. Howard, John Jakes (adaptation), and John Pocsik (adaptation), art by Richard Corben. What Is Reality, Papa?, script by Christian Godard, art by Julio Ribera. The Horny Goof, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. K.O., script and art by Al Voss. Salammbo, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Jeff Jones gallery. The Tip of the Iceberg at Lucca 14, script and art by Rick Veitch. The Ambassador of the Shadows starring Valerian: Time-Space Agent, script by Pierre Christin, art by J. C. Mezieres. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. Feb, 1981, issue 47. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #12
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 4 #12

    AThe adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Abdul Mati Klarwein. Bloodstar, script by Robert E. Howard, John Jakes (adaptation), and John Pocsik (adaptation), art by Richard Corben. What Is Reality, Papa?, script by Christian Godard, art by Julio Ribera. Edward In Love, script and art by Dominique He. Red, script and art by Matt Howarth. Fear Not Your Enemies article by Harlan Ellison. Salammbo, script and art by Philippe Druillet. The Ambassador of the Shadows featuring Valerian: Time-Space Agent, script by Pierre Christin, art by J. C. Mezieres. Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. The Man with the Suitcase, script and art by Jean Teule. Milady 3000: The Prince of Equilibrium and a Serene Galaxy, script and art by Roberto Raviola [as Magnus]. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. March, 1981, issue 48. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 5 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 5 #1

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Esteban Maroto. Art and the Nazis article, script by Brad Balfour, art by Arthur Kampf and Julius Paul Junghanns. Bloodstar, script by Robert E. Howard, John Jakes (adaptation), and John Pocsik (adaptation), art by Richard Corben. Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. The Rub (The Last Straw), script and art by Matt Howarth. Julio Ribera interview. What Is Reality, Papa?, script by Christian Godard, art by Julio Ribera. The Ambassador of the Shadows starring Valerian: Time-Space Agent, script by Pierre Christin, art by J. C. Mezieres. Good-Bye Soldier!, script by Ricardo Barreiro, art by Juan Gimenez. Stories from London, script and art by Harry North. Dangerous Curve, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. April, 1981, issue 49. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 5 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 5 #2

    Rich Corben and Howard Chaykin art May, 1981, issue 50. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 50th issue includes the following stories: Immortality by William S. Burroughs; Bloodstar by Robert E. Howard (adapted by John Jakes and John Pocsik) and Richard Corben; Tex Arcana by John Findley; Pillars of P-11507 by Paul Kirchner; The Immortal's Fete by Enki Bilal; Cody Starbuck by Howard Chaykin; Changes by Matt Howarth; 1:09 by Charles Waller; Valentina by Crepax; The Toll Bridge by Arthur Suydam, Joe Koch, and Arthur Suydam; Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr.; and The Bus by Paul Kirchner. Cover art by Enrich. Back cover art by Howard Chaykin. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 5 #11
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 5 #11

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Greg Hildebrandt. Richard Corben Flights Into Fantasy ad. Wally Wood, 1927- 1981 article. Shakespeare For Americans, script and Walter Simonson and Howard Chaykin, art by Walter Simonson. Mercenary, The, script and art by Vicente Segrelles. Hail Darkness! (Further Adventures Of John Difool, The)--The Incal Light, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Hycrotan's Story--Tales Of The Galactic Inn, script and art by Jose Maria Bea Font. The Book Of Moebius ad. Muvovum featuring Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. Urchin! starring Gideon Faust: Warlock At Large, script by Len Wein, art by Howard Chaykin. Unmarried Machine, An, script and art by Jean-Michel Nicollet. At The Middle Of Cymbiola, script by Claude Renard, art by Francois Schuiten. In The Beginning, script by Richard Man, art by Mark Fisher. Alonso Smith Within The Fantasy Bureau Of The Subconscious gallery. The Appointment, script and art by Marc Hempel. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. Im Age, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard. Cadillax illustration by Bernie Wrightson. Feb, 1982, issue 59. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 5 #12
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 5 #12

    Carol Donner cover, Rich Corben, Moebius, and Jeff Jones art March, 1982, issue 60. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 60th issue includes the following stories: The Mercenary by Segrelles; The Incal Light by Moebius; Nova II by Luis Garcia; I'm Age by Jeff Jones; At the Middle of Cymbiola by C. Renard and Francois Shuiten; Den II by Richard Corben; Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr., and The Bus by Paul Kirchner. Includes extensive feature on rock music. Cover art by Victor Stabin. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #2

    Front cover by Richard Cohen & John Townley. Back cover by Moebius. The Incal Light by Jodorowsky & Moebius. The Third Sexual Revolution: Transcendant Eroticism in the Eighties by David Black. Den II by Richard Corben. Nova II by Luis Garcia. The Gallery: The Art of De Es Schwertberger by Jeff Goldberg. Superhero by Angus McKie & Alan Daniels. At the Middle of Cymbiola by Renard & Schuiten. Yrangel by Druiller. Zora by Fernando Fernandez. Exiled by Caza. Shakespeare for Americans by Walter Simonson & Howard Chaykin. Sixteen and Vanilla by Ted White, adapted by David Bischoff, Val Lakey & Artifact. Mr. Dull by Bill Plympton. I'm Age by Jeff Jones. The Black Knight by Eberoni. The Voyage of Those Forgotten by Christin & Bilal. The Mercenary by Segrelles. Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. The Bus by Paul Kirchner. May, 1982, issue 62. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #3

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Page Wood. Philip K. Dick (1928-1982) article. Tough Guys: A Man Called Hammett article. Emperoratrix--The Incal Light, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Jean Giraud (as Moebius). Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. At the Middle of Cymbiola, script by Claude Renard, art by Francois Schuiten. I'm Age, script and art by Jeff Jones (one page). Blade Runner: This Is the City article. Little Star in New York, script and art by Ceesepe. A History of America, script and art by Robert Crumb. The Messerschmitt Attack, script and art by Anthony Scibelli. Concorde, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou (as Caza). The Gladiators, script and art by Al Voss. Nova 2, script and art by Luis Garcia. H.R. Giger's New York City gallery. The Voyage of Those Forgotten, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Back & Forth, script and art by Marc Hempel (one page). Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. Yragael, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. June, 1982, issue 63. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #4

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Thomas Warkentin. Video of the Absurd: Donkey Kong -- Morality Tale or Theatre of the Absurd? Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. Emperoratrix--The Incal Light, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Jean Giraud (as Moebius). I'm Age, script and art by Jeff Jones (one page). Nova 2, script and art by Luis Garcia. Life at the Circus, script and art by Marcele and Lacome. Richard Corben's Flights into Fantasy article. At the Middle of Cymbiola, script by Claude Renard, art by Francois Schuiten. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. The Voyage of Those Forgotten, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Yragael, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. July, 1982, issue 64. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #5

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Thomas Warkentin. Brian W. Aldiss interview. Freak Show (Part 1), script by Bruce Jones, art by Bernie Wrightson. Voyage Of Those Forgotten, The, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Day In The Log Of The City Of Alger, A, script by Jean-Pierre Dionnet, art by Enki Bilal. Right Smack In The Middle Of A Cold War, script by Jean-Luc Fromental, art by Jean-Louis Floch. Classics From The Intergalactica Museum text story, art by Michael Gross. Story Of The Flaxen-haired Princess, The Beautiful Doe, And Big Ol' Kittycat, The, script and art by Nicole Claveloux. Suburban Love Story, script and art by Gerry Capelle. See Spot Run, script and art by Dan Steffan. Letters page art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Muvovum featuring Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. I'm Age, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Further Adventures Of John Difool, The--The Incal Light, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. Yragael, script by Philippe Druillet, Demuth, and Pauline Tennant (translator), art by Philippe Druillet. Aug, 1982, issue 65. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #6

    Michael Gross cover, Corben, Wrightson, J. Jones, Manara, plus 1 pg Simonson September, 1982, issue 66. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 66th issue includes the following stories: Freak Show by Bruce Jones and Berni Wrightson; Den II by Richard Corben; The Ape by Silverio Pisu and Milo Manara; Baltard 3 by Eberoni; Yragael by Druilett; I'm Age by Jeff Jones; Barsoom by Richard Lupoff and Clyde Caldwell; Object by Michael Hinge; Zora by Fernando Fernandez; The Voyage of Those Forgotten by P. Christin and Enki Bilal; Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr.; and The Bus by Paul Kirchner. Cover art by Michael Gross. Back cover art by Berni Wrightson. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #7
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #7

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Jim Burns. Freak Show (Part 3), script by Bruce Jones, art by Bernie Wrightson. Muvovum featuring Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. I'm Age, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Ape, The (Part 3), script by Silverio Pisu, art by Milo Manara. Horror! The Horror! Phobias From The Dawn Of Time To The Space Age, The article, script by Jeff Goldberg, art by Kenneth Smith. Mister Valdemar, script by Trillo, art by Breccia. Blind Flock, The, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. Color Line, script and art by Luis Royo. Now Eddie's In The Burnout Belt, script by Ron Martinez, art by Jo Ellen Trilling. Exit, script and art by Jim Thiesen. Third Sexual Revolution, The - Part Three: The Secret Tradition: The History Of Transcendent Eroticism article, script by David Black, art by J. K. Potter. Yragael, script by Philippe Druillet, Demuth, and Pauline Tennant (translator), art by Philippe Druillet. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. Voyage Of Those Forgotten, The, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Oct, 1982, issue 67. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #8
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #8

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Alan Ayers. Above Average American article by John Workman, art by Michael Kaluta. Michael Moorcock interview by Richard A. Lupoff. They Lie Dormant In Some People featuring Starstruck, script by Elaine Lee (signed) and Michael Kaluta (plot), art by Michael Kaluta. Muvovum starring Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. I'm Age, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Yragael, script by Philippe Druillet, Demuth, and Pauline Tennant (translator), art by Philippe Druillet. Ape, The, script by Silverio Pisu, art by Milo Manara. John Jude Palencar gallery. National Lampoon's Class Reunion, art by Bernie Wrightson. Tex Arcana (Part 9), script and art by John Findley. Voyage Of Those Forgotten, The, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. Freak Show (Part 4), script by Bruce Jones, art by Bernie Wrightson. Love Craft, The--Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard. Nov, 1982, issue 68. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #9
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #9

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Montxo Algora. Starstruck story, script by Elaine Lee and Michael Kaluta (plot), art by Michael Kaluta. 'Aemorraghe, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. The Ape (Part 5), script by Silverio Pisu, art by Milo Manara. Hubba Hubba, script and art by Arthur Suydam. Muvovum starring Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. The Emerald Lake, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Yragael, script by Philippe Druillet, Demuth, and Pauline Tennant (translator), art by Philippe Druillet. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. The Little Vegetable Who Dreamed of Being a Panther, script and art by Nicole Claveloux. I'm Age, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Amino Men, script and art by Mark Fisher. Jun-50 story, script by Jack C. Harris, art by Kurt Schaffenberger (one page). From The Sublime to The Surreal: The Will Stone Collection gallery. Freak Show (Part 5), script by Bruce Jones, art by Bernie Wrightson. Gidget Goes Galaxian--Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard. Dec, 1982, issue 69. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #10
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #10

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Joseph Chiodo. Starstruck story, script by Elaine Lee and Michael Kaluta (plot), art by Michael Kaluta. I'm Age, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Ape, The (Part 6), script by Silverio Pisu, art by Milo Manara. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. Man From Harlem, The (Part 1), script and art by Guido Crepax. Yragael, script by Philippe Druillet, Demuth, and Pauline Tennant (translator), art by Philippe Druillet. Freak Show (Part 6), script by Bruce Jones, art by Bernie Wrightson. The Dark Crystal gallery. Robot Love starring El Borbah, script and art by Charles Burns. Muvovum starring Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. Mudwog, script and art by Arthur Suydam. Hunter, The, script and art by Martin Springett. Jan, 1983, issue 70. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #11
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #11

    Sanjulian cover, Corben, J. Jones, Manara, and Kaluta art February, 1983, issue 71. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 71st issue includes the following stories: Den II by Richard Corben; The Ape by Silverio Pisu and Milo Manara; Starstruck by Elaine Lee and Michael Kaluta; Zora by Fernando Fernandez; The King and I by Angus McKie; The Entity by Carl Macek and Alan Lynch; I'm Age by Jeff Jones; The Ark by Caza; The Old Men of the Mountain by Arno; Eating Raoul by Kim Deitch; June 2050 by Jack C. Harris and Dick Giordano; The Man from Harlem by Guido Crepax; Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr.; and The Bus by Paul Kirchner. Cover art by Sanjulian. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 6 #12
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 6 #12

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Carol Donner. City That Didn't Exist, The (Part 1), script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Ape, The (Part 8), script by Silverio Pisu, art by Milo Manara. Man From Harlem, The (Part 3), script and art by Guido Crepax. Muvovum starring Den II, script and art by Richard Corben. S. Clay Wilson interview. The Lowbrow Art Of Robert Williams gallery. I'm Age, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Starstruck story, script by Elaine Lee, art by Michael Kaluta. Adrenaline, script by Angelfred, art by Al Voss. &T+oJ, script and art by George Metzger. Jun-50 story, script by Andrew Simmons, art by Nicola Cuti (one page). Lamar: Killer Of Fools, script by P. Setbon, art by P. Poirier. March, 1983, issue 72. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #1

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Chris Achilleos. Dossier article with art by Gil Kane. Dead Reckoning featuring Starstruck, script by Elaine Lee, art by Michael Kaluta. Odyssey, The (Part 1), scrip by Francisco Navarro, art by Jose Martin Sauri. Power To The People, script by Mike Feeney, art by Angus McKie. Man From Harlem, The (Part 4), script and art by Guido Crepax. City That Didn't Exist, The (Part 2), script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Hearts Desire, script and art by David Higgins. Crisalida, script and art by Esteban Maroto. Ape, The (Part 9), script by Silverio Pisu, art by Milo Manara. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. The Twinkle In Fildegar's Eye, script and art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. April, 1983, issue 73. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #2

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Frank Riley. City That Didn't Exist, The (Part 3), script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Odyssey, The (Part 2), script by Francisco Navarro, art by Jose Martin Sauri. Man From Harlem, The (Part 5), script and art by Guido Crepax. Zora, script and art by Fernando Fernandez. Stagestruck Starstruck article by Steven Maloff, art by Michael Kaluta. Space Crusader, script and art by Pepe Moreno Casares. Marlowskitz, script by E. Buroni, art by Ugo Bertotti. Ape, The (Part 10), script by Silverio Pisu, art by Milo Manara. St. James Infirmary, script and art by Dick Matena. I'm Age story, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Cinderella, script and art by Anne Kobayashi. May, 1983, issue 74. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #3

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Barclay Shaw. Roy Krenkel bio. Home Movies featuring Starstruck, script by Elaine Lee, art by Michael Kaluta. The Amazin' Case O' Th' Disappearin' Chickens starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. I'm Age, script and art by Jeffrey Jones (one page). Doomscult, script and art by Richard Corben. Spacehunter Adventures In The Forbidden Zone, script by Julie Simmons-Lynch, art by Jerry Bingham. Zenobia, script by Shawn McManus and Bhob Stewart, art by John Coffey. City That Didn't Exist, The (Part 4), script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Odyssey, The (Part 3), script by Francisco Navarro, art by Jose Martin Sauri. I Got Them Apartment Dweller's Blues, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou [as Caza]. Man From Harlem, The (Part 6), script and art by Guido Crepax. Jun-50 story, script and art by Rick Veitch (one page). June, 1983, issue 75. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #4

    Liberatore cover, Michael Kaluta and Jeff Jones art July, 1983, issue 76. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 76th issue includes the following stories: Ranxerox by Tamburini and Liberatore; The Odyssey by Francisco Navarro and José Martin Sauri; June 2050 by Bill DuBay; The City that Didn't Exist by P. Christin and Enki Bilal; I'm Age by Jeff Jones; The Peace by Caza; Starstruck by Elaine Lee and Michael Kaluta; Zora by Fernando Fernandez; Snow Whitish by Nicole Claveloux; Enoch by Royo; Shoe by Don Wood; Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr.; and The Bus by Paul Kirchner. Includes interview with Dan O'Bannon. Cover art by Liberatore. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #5

    Jeff Jones art August 1983, issue 77. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 77th issue includes the following stories: The Small Earthworm by Jodorowsky and Arno; El Borbah by Charles Burns; The City that Didn't Exist by P. Christin and Enki Bilal; A Matter of Time by Juan Giménez; Ranxerox by Tamburini and Liberatore; Is There No Justice in the Universe? by Brian McCall; The Odyssey by Francisco Navarro and José Martin Sauri; Marlowskitz by Buroni and Bertotti; and Zora by Fernando Fernandez. Includes interview with Captain Beefheart. Cover art by Greg Hildebrandt. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #6

    Enric cover, Jeff Jones art September 1983, issue 78. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 78th issue includes the following stories: The City that Didn't Exist by P. Christin and Enki Bilal; Tex Arcana by John Findley; Ranxerox by Tamburini and Liberatore; The Hunt for Louth by Jodorowsky by Arno; The Odyssey by Francisco Navarro and José Martin Sauri; Professor Neutron by Chris Lincoln; and Zora by Fernando Fernandez. Includes video awards, a Rowena gallery, and an interview with Francis Ford Coppola. Cover art by Enric. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #8
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #8

    Dave Dorman cover, Williamson interview, plus J. Jones, Eisner, S. Hampton November, 1983, issue 80. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This 80th issue includes the following stories: Valentina the Pirate by Guido Crepax; Tex Arcana by John Findley; The Fourth Song: The Fright of the Great Spectacle by Jodorowsky and Arno; The Spirit by Will Eisner; Ranxerox Tamburini and Liberatore; As in a Dream by Miltos Scouras; The Odyssey by Francisco Navarro and José Martin Sauri; and Lolla by Marcelé and Lacome. Includes Will Eisner interview. Cover art by Dave Dorman. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #9
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #9

    Front cover Achilleos. Back cover by Daniel Horne. Interview with Michael Laughlin. Valentina the Pirate by Crepax. Tex Arcana by John Findley. "Gaetano Liberatore: Around the World in Eighty Minutes" by Rosalie Gomes. Ranxerox by Tamburini, art by Liberatore. The Rail by Schuiten. Lolla by Marcele & Lacome. The Fifth Song: When Terror Triumphs by Jodorowsky with art by Arno. Cycle of the Werewolf by Stephen King and Berni Wrightson. I'm Age by Jeff Jones. Manifesto by Peter Kuper & Seth Tobocman. June 2050 by Arthur Suydam. HM's Star Dissections by Drew Friedman. Symbiosis by Bhob, Jim McDermott & Shawn McManus. A Chance in a Million by Joost Swarte. Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. The Bus by Paul Kirchner. December, 1983, issue 81. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #10
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #10

    Mitch O'Connell cover. Ranxerox in New York by Tamburini & Libertore. Tex Arcana by John Findley. Erotica par Barbe by Barbe. Rebel with a Cause by Dick Matena. June 2050 by Len Wein & Tom Yeates. 1992 by Segrelles. Help Wanted by Murad Gumen. The Sentinel by Arthur C. Clarke & Lebbeus Woods. Bird Dust by Caza. I'm Age by Jeff Jones. Alien in New York by Byron Preiss & Alex Nino. HM's Star Dissections by Drew Friedman. My Vampires: A Memoir by David Black, art by Randall Enos. Valentina the Pirate by Crepax. Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. The Bus by Paul Kirchner. January 1984, issue 82. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #11
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #11

    Enrich cover, Rich Corben, Moebius, and Jeff Jones art February, 1984, issue 83. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. Issue 83 includes the following stories: Roda and the Wolf by Richard Corben; Tex Arcana by John Findley; The Third Incal: Starting from the Bottom by Jodorowsky and Moebius; Valentina the Pirate by Guido Crepax; Salammbo II: Carthage by Philippe Druillet; My Vampires: A Memoir by David Black and Randall Enos; Ranxerox in New York by Stefano Tamburini and Gaetano Liberatore; Tales of the Galactic In: Toksath's Tale by José Ma Bea Font; and more. Includes interview with Douglas Trumbull. Cover art by Enrich. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 7 #12
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 7 #12

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Andy Lackow. Japanimation article. Hi-Tech Lowdown article, script and art by John Holmstrom. Wurtham View 2000, script and art by Angus McKie. I'm Age, script and art by Jeff Jones (one page). Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. Through the Muck and Mire featuring The Third Incal, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Jean Giraud (as Moebius). Forbidden Passions, script and art by Nicola Cuti (one page). Salammbo II: Carthage, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Bob Hope's 100th Birthday by Drew Friedman. Douglas Adams interview. Ranxerox in New York, script by Stefano Tamburini, art by Gaetano Liberatore. If You're My Sweet, I'm on a Diet, script and art by Mitch O'Connell. Valentina the Pirate, script and art by Guido Crepax. Living in the Ice-Age starring El Borbah, script and art by Charles Burns. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. March, 1984, issue 84. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 8 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #1

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Boris Vallejo. Shoe for All the Wrong Reasons, script and art by Doug Beekman. Moe, Larry, and Joe article by Mike Barson, art by Joe Kubert. Ranxerox, script by Stefano Tamburini, art by Gaetano Liberatore. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. Planet of Gold--The Third Incal, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Jean Giraud (as Moebius). I'm Age, script and art by Jeff Jones (one page). Kamikaze, script and art by Pepe Moreno. Salammbo II: Carthage, script and art by Philippe Druillet. Wurtham View 2000 Part Two: Face of the Past, script and art by Angus McKie. Living in the Ice-Age featuring El Borbah, script and art by Charles Burns. Roger Corman: More Than Just King of the Bs article. Valentina the Pirate, script and art by Guido Crepax. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. April, 1984, issue 85. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #4

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Dave Dorman cover art. The Great Passage, script and art by Jean Torton (as Jeronaton). Article on John Cleese. I'm Age, script and art by Jeff Jones (one page). Lann, script and art by Frank Thorne. Daymares/Nightdreams, script and art by Alfonso Azpiri. Salammbo II: Carthage, script and art by Philippe Druillet. The Hunting Party, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. The Railways, script by Claude Renard, art by Francois Schuiten. Capt'n Virgil: Sportsman in Space text story, script by June Brooks and David Brooks, art by David Brooks. The Wild One, script and art by Arnold Clapman. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. Petroglyphs, script and art by Daryl Trivieri. July, 1984, issue 88. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #5

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Steven Sabella. The Great Passage, script and art by Jean Torton (as Jeronaton). Wings of the Others, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou (as Caza). Synchrony, script and art by Jon Jay Muth. The Hunting Party, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Salammbo II: Carthage, script and art by Philippe Druillet. The Liberator, script and art by Herikberto. The Sandwich Horror, script and art by Nicola Cuti (one page). Lann, script and art by Frank Thorne. The Railways, script by Claude Renard, art by Francois Schuiten. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. August, 1984, issue 89. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #6

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Luis Royo. Contents page illustration by Charles Vess. Cool Hand Luc article. The Great Passage, script and art by Jean Torton (as Jeronaton). The Clips: HM's 1984 Music Video Awards. Tor Johnson's Hollywood Tour satire strip by Drew Friedman. The Railways, script by Claude Renard, art by Francois Schuiten. Salammbo II: Carthage, script and art by Philippe Druillet. The Hunting Party, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Lann, script and art by Frank Thorne. It Comes from Within: Probing the Twisted (But Not Very Paranoid) Mind of David Cronenberg article. Sen Lubin from Ernst, script by Victoria Petersen, art by Neal McPheeters. Things, script and art by Nicola Cuti. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. Sept, 1984, issue 90. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #7
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #7

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Mark America. Interview with director John Sayles. A Matter of Time, script and art by Juan Gimenez. June 2050, script and art by Pepe Moreno (one page). The Great Passage, script and art by Jean Torton (as Jeronaton). June 2050, script and art by Mark Wheatley (one page). The Hunting Party, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Son of Xerox, script by Jean-Luc Fromental, art by Beja. Atomax, script and art by Yves Chaland. The Island of Dr. Murry, script and art by Nicola Cuti (one page). Cinders, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou (as Caza). Ziblyne, script and art by Denis Sire. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. Silence: A Fable By Edgar Allan Poe, script by Edgar Allan Poe, art by Terrance R. Lindall. Oct, 1984, issue 91. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #8
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #8

    Olivia cover, Bilal, Thorne November 1984, issue 92. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. Issue 92 includes the following stories: Triton by Daniel Torres; A Second Babel by Joost Swarte; The Great Passage by Jeronaton; The Hunting Party by P. Christin and Enki Bilal; The Walls of Samaris by Schuiten; Lann by Frank Thorne; I'm in Love With an Economist! by Salomon and Nicole Claveloux; and Tex Arcana by John Findley. Includes interview with John Waters. Cover art by Olivia. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #10
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #10

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Gaetano Liberatore. Triton, script and art by Daniel Torres. An Author in Search of Six Characters, script and art by Milo Manara. A Scene from the Divine Comedy, script and art by Beppe Madaudo. The Walls of Samaris, script by Benoit Peeters, art by Francois Schuiten. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. The Hunting Party, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Crabs, script and art by Adam Kubert. Marlowskitz, script by Riccardo Buroni, art by Ugo Bertotti. Bone Voyage starring El Borbah, script and art by Charles Burns. Sax Blues, script by Peter Smith, art by Gaetano Liberatore. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. Jan, 1985, issue 94. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #11
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #11

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Michael Kanarek. The Walls of Samaris, script by Benoit Peeters, art by Francois Schuiten. The Hunting Party, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. An Author in Search of Six Characters, script and art by Milo Manara. The Grand Adventure gallery, art by Michael Kaluta. Cartoonist: Jack Davis article. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles article by Matt Howarth, art by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. Russell Mulcahy interview. Triton, script and art by Daniel Torres. Albinos, script and art by Beb Deum. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. A Matter of Time: Chronology, script and art by Juan Gimenez. Bone Voyage starring El Borbah, script and art by Charles Burns. Feb, 1985, issue 95. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #12
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 8 #12

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Luis Royo. The Hunting Party, script by Pierre Christin, art by Enki Bilal. Rebel, script by Pepe Moreno, Kenny Sylvester (co-script), Pete Ciccone (co-script), and Rob Hingley (co-script), art by Pepe Moreno. Bone Voyage starring El Borbah, script and art by Charles Burns. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. Interview with Louis Malle. An Author in Search of Six Characters, script and art by Milo Manara. The Walls of Samaris, script by Benoit Peeters, art by Francois Schuiten. The Stranger, script and art by Herikberto. Bourbon Thret: The Parochial Terror!, script by Um Stenstrum, Patricia Wong, and Geoffrey Darrow, art by Geoffrey Darrow. March, 1985, issue 96. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 9 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 9 #1

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Boris Vallejo. An Author in Search of Six Characters, script and art by Milo Manara. Bodyssey, script by Simon Revelstroke, art by Richard Corben. Le Chat, script by Phil Manoeuvre, art by Beja. Superflite, script by Phil Manoeuvre, art by Al Voss. Scream Gems: Director Larry Cohen article. Interview with Eating Raoul director Paul Bartel. Rebel, script by Pepe Moreno, Kenny Sylvester (co-script), Pete Ciccone (co-script), and Rob Hingley (co-script), art by Pepe Moreno. Goodbye, script and art by Joost Swarte. The Fighter, script and art by Herikberto. The Edward D. Wood, Jr. Players Trading Cards, script and art by Drew Friedman. Bone Voyage starring El Borbah, script and art by Charles Burns. The Vengeance of Arn, Fragments, script by Jean-Pierre Dionnet, art by Jean-Claude Gal. April, 1985, issue 97. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 9 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 9 #5

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Toni Taylor. Space Vampires Brought to Life by Force article. Bodyssey, script by Simon Revelstroke, art by Richard Corben. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. The Moviegoer, script and art by Mitch O'Connell. Elephant Cemetery, script and art by Yves Chaland. The Whisper Mystery, script and art by Daniel Torres. The Sleeping Princess, script by Lorenzo Diaz, art by Juan Gimenez. Frank Frazetta Sets Up Shop gallery article. Zabeth on Astrochnouff, script and art by Nicole Claveloux. Forgetting Durazzo, script and art by Massimo Iosa Ghini. Rebel, script by Pepe Moreno, Kenny Sylvester (co-script), Pete Ciccone (co-script), and Rob Hingley (co-script), art by Pepe Moreno. Aug, 1985, issue 101. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 9 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 9 #6

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Greg Hildebrandt. Theodore Sturgeon 1918-1985 article. Elephant Cemetery, script and art by Yves Chaland. Top Secret, script and art by Juan Gimenez. Sillavengo in Africa, script by Maurizio Corrado, art by Massimo Iosa Ghini. The Whisper Mystery, script and art by Daniel Torres. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. Rebel, script by Pepe Moreno, Kenny Sylvester (co-script), Pete Ciccone (co-script), and Rob Hingley (co-script), art by Pepe Moreno. Bodyssey, script by Simon Revelstroke, art by Richard Corben. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. Wacko, script and art by Nicola Cuti (one page). Sept, 1985, issue 102. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 9 #7
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 9 #7
    • Staple rust with migration.

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Olivia De Berardinis. Brian Aldiss: Helliconia Calling article. The Science Fictional Stigmata of Barry Malzberg article. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. Mara's Edge, script by Steve Ringgenberg, art by Milton Knight, Jr. Khantrax's Bedtime Story--Tales of the Galactic Inn, script and art by Jose Ma Bea. Sillavengo Disappears, script by Maurizio Corrado, art by Massimo Iosa Ghini. The Jealous God, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Cadelo. Slot Machine, script by Carlos Trillo, art by Horacio Altuna. Elephant Cemetery, script and art by Yves Chaland. Weird Soup!, script and art by Nicola Cuti. Tor Johnson in New York, script and art by Drew Friedman. Rebel, script by Pepe Moreno, Kenny Sylvester (co-script), Pete Ciccone (co-script), and Rob Hingley (co-script), art by Pepe Moreno. Timescooter, script and art by Juan Gimenez. Oct, 1985, issue 103. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 9 #8
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 9 #8

    Vallejo cover November 1985, issue 104. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. Issue 104 includes the following stories: Rock Opera by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr.; Jessie, This is Sahamis Base Calling by Carlos Gimenez; Elephant Cemetery by Yves Chaland; Slot Machine by Carlos Trillo and Horacio Altuna; Poe! Phooey! by Breccia; Tex Arcana by John Findley; and The Jealous God by Jodorowsky and Cadelo. Includes interview with John Carpenter. Cover art by Boris Vallejo. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 9 #9
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 9 #9

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Ajin. Modern Image, script and art by Joost Swarte. Meets the Toast of Europe starring Tex Arcana, script and art by John Findley. The Jealous God, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Cadelo. Jessie, This Is Sahamis Base Calling, script and art by Carlos Gimenez. Rock Opera, script and art by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr. The Duel, script and art by Al Voss. Foxx-Hole, script and art by Matt Howarth. The Edward D. Wood, Jr. Players Trading Cards satire by Drew Friedman. Papa Superstar, script and art by Julio Ribera. The Trial of Marlon Malone, script and art by Philippe Cazaumayou (as Caza). Dec, 1985, issue 105. 100 pgs. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 9 #10
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 9 #10

    Clan Of The Cave Bear cover, Pratt art, Winter 1986, issue 106. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 10 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 10 #4

    Cover by Greg Hildebrandt. Stories and Art by Daniel Torres, Ruben & Zentner, Miguel Angel Prado and Shepard & Thereau. Winter 1987. The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "Saxxon"; Dieter Lumpen story "The Bad Guy"; "Incongruent Stories 2"; "Red Shirt"; "Level One"; and "Sensations"! Plus: Text article "The Cyberpunks Reinvent Science Fiction." 112 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 13 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 13 #2

    Cover by Olivia. Stories and Art by Schuiten, Miguel Angel Prado, Antonio Navarro, Peter Kuper, Herikberto, Laurent Theureau & Patrick Galliano, Kenneth Smith and Daniel Torres. The illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "The Hollow Planet"; "Manuel Montano"; "The Adventures of Glenn Dykstra"; "Mystery"; "Burned"; "July Butterfly"; "The Protoplasmid Zen-Master Sphinx of Autolycus V"; and "Wet Papier Mache"! 112 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 13 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 13 #3

    July 1989, issue 121. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Caribe: Dieter Lumpen by Ruben and Zentner; The Blue Rock by Theureau and Galliano; The Rabbit's Paw by Zeljko Pahek; The Jellyfish from Space by Segura and Ortiz; Tiger G-1 by Guira and Rubio; Alien by J.M. Beroy; and Alien, Too by J.M. Beroy. Cover art by Rowena. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 13 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 13 #4

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Wayne Duford. Opium, script by Daniel Torres and Perez Navarro, art by Incha-Ramon Marcos; opium releases hordes of mosquitoes into the city. The Revenge, script and art by Hermann Huppen; the past returns to haunt Janosz and Ferko. Manuel Montano And The Case Of The Nudist Colony Rip-Off, script by Fernando Luna, art by Miguelanxo Prado. Double Uh-Oh, script and art by Bob Fingerman. Microcosmos, script and art by Kenneth Smith. Stratos, script and art by Miguelanxo Prado [as Miguelangel Prado]. Firebrand, script and art by Heriberto Muela [as Herikberto]. Ruins, script and art by José Ma Beroy. Voodoo Queen And Demon Boy, script and art by Mark Pacella. Pillow Talk starring Sebastian Holmes, Robot Detective, script and art by Angus McKie. Sept, 1989. 116 pgs. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 13 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 13 #5

    November 1989. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: No Imagination by Horatio Altuna; The Wall by Mikalacki and Kordej; Dieter Lumpen: Istanbul by Ruben and Zentner; Stan Croc Goes Back in Time by Francois Thomas; and Metangible by Balaquez. Includes Jim Warren art gallery. Cover art by Royo. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 13 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 13 #6

    Ovi Hondru cover, January 1990, issue 124. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This includes the following stories: The Fourth Quarter by Juan Gimenez; Linen's Lipstick by Miguel Angel Prado; 1881 by Rick Geary; Return to Sea by Laurent Theureau and Patrick Galliano; and The New Frontier by John Sablic and Michael Cherkas. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 14 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 14 #1

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Olivia De Berardinis. Jim Cherry gallery. In the Heart of the Impregnable Meta-Bunker, script by Alexandro Jodorowsky, art by Jean Giraud [as Moebius]. Taxi, script and art by Alfonso Font. The Iron Wheel, script and art by Zeljko Pahek. Girl Trouble, script and art by Bob Fingerman. Mega-One, script and art by Fernando Rubio. Gorillas, script and art by Peter Kuper. March, 1990, issue 125. 116 pgs. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 14 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 14 #6

    Wayne Duford cover, Slaine by Mills & Bisley January, 1991, issue 130. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Slaine by Pat Mills and Simon Bisley; Madness of Everyday Life by Miguel Angel Prado; Onion by Alec Stevens; Modern World by Peter Kuper; Tizon by Herikberto; Hello, Sylvania by Theureau and Galliano; and The New Frontier by John Sabljic and Michael Cherkas. Includes Peter Kuper art gallery. Cover art by Wayne Duford. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 15 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 15 #1

    Sirvent cover, Attila by Sequra & Ortiz, March, 1991, issue 131. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Attila by Segura and Ortiz; Inkangaroous by Lou Stathis and Dan Steffan; L by Eric Drooker; Modern World by Peter Kuper; For a Couple of Lousy Apples by Miglelanxo Prado; Modern World by Peter Kuper; and The Cat at the Window by Rick Geary. Includes Rick Nemo art gallery. Cover art by Sirvent. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 15 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 15 #2

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Luis Royo. Ryszard Wojtynski gallery. Part III: The Prince and the Doll--The Waters of DeadMoon, script by Philippe Adamov, art by Patrick Cothias. The Tragedy of 319 East 8th Street, script and art by Seth Tobocman. The Tragedy of 319 East 8th Street, script and art by Seth Tobocman. The Waters of DeadMoon Part III: The Prince and the Doll, script by Philippe Adamov, art by Patrick Cothias. City in Flames, script and art by Daniel Torres. May, 1991, issue 133. 116 pgs. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 15 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 15 #4

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Toni Taylor. Les Edwards gallery. The Eyes of Nicholas--The Waters of DeadMoon, script by Philippe Adamov, art by Patrick Cothias. The Little Tree, script and art by Miguelanxo Prado [as Miguel Angel Prado]. A Tragedy in Orbit, script and art by Rick Geary. Dessert Bone, script and art by Mick Aarestrup. My Dear Friend, script and art by Daniel Torres. Ca-rt-oon, script and art by Juan Gimenez. Eskimo Song, script and art by Eric Drooker. Bombs Away, script and art by Peter Kuper. Sept, 1991. 116 pgs. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 15 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 15 #5

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Luis Royo. Janet Woolley gallery. The Adventures of Tristan Karma: Zoo, script and art by Jose Maria Beroy. The Mine starring Burton & Cyb, script by Antonio Segura, art by Jose Oriz. The Rubi Fields Story--The New Frontier, script by John Sabljic, art by Michael Cherkas. Buddy the Chicken, script and art by Zeljko Pahek. The Great Martian Scare of 1936, script and art by Rick Geary. Full Moon in the Carpatian Mountains, script and art by Francois Boucq. Nov, 1991. 116 pgs. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 16 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 16 #1

    Pelaez cover, Torres, Geary, Crepax, 5/92, issue 138. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: The Five Seasons: Autumn by Kordey and Django; Modern World by Peter Kuper; The Eighth Day by Daniel Torres; Shrinking Assets by Bruce Jones; Mr. Nickelodeon by Rick Geary; Persona by Crepax; and Marius Dark: Purity by Pascal Ferry. Includes Mickey Mouse art gallery. Cover art by Pelaez. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 16 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 16 #2

    July 1992. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Dawson's Law by Antoni Guiral and Fernando Rubio; Alien Metaphor by Scott Cunningham; Modern World by Peter Kuper; Cypher by Brad Teare; Siren of the Stars by Pedro Henry and Brian Bolland; Mr. Monster by Simon Bisley and Michael T. Gilbert; Flood by Eric Drooker; and The Skintight Orbit by Elaine Lee and Phil Winslade. Includes Legends of Arzach art gallery. Cover art by Pelaez. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 16 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 16 #3

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Julie Bell. Comics Trips gallery, script and art by Peter Kuper. The End--The Waters of DeadMoon, script by Patrick Cothias, art by Philippe Adamov. The Ceremony, script and art by Milo Manara. The Evidence starring The Mercenary, script and art by Vincente Segrelles. There Was a Crooked Man... starring Randy the Skeleto, script by Jan Carney, art by Aidan Potts. Good-bye, Sun, script and art by Kazimieras G. Prapuolenis. Hurricane starring Tina Bloom, script and art by Para Silvia. The End--The Waters of DeadMoon, script by Patrick Cothias, art by Philippe Adamov. The Mounds, script and art by Richard Corben. Sept, 1992. 120 pgs. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 16 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 16 #4

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Simon Bisley. Big Budget Circus, The Most Taxing Show on Earth gallery, script by Peggy Gordon, art by William Sienkiewicz. Bog's Deal starring Den, script and art by Richard Corben. Creatura starring Druuna, script and art by Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri. Frank in the Wilderness, script and art by Jim Woodring. The Atomic Garden, script and art by Daniel Torres. The All-Girl Amazon Attack Batallion, script and art by Garry Leach. Creatura starring Druuna, script and art by Paola Eleuteri Serpieri. Inspector #23, script and art by Rick Geary. Various StripTease stories. Nov, 1992. 120 pgs. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 17 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 17 #1

    Royo cover, 3/93, issue 143. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Melting Pot by Kevin Eastman, Eric Talbot, and Simon Bisley; Hombre: A Useless Old Man by Segura & Ortiz; Ramparts of Spray by Turf & Joel Mouclier; Pachyderm by Bocq; A Cloudy Day by Harry North; and The Next Best Thing by Michael Kaluta and Elaine Lee. Cover by Royo. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 17 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 17 #4

    Oscar Chichoni cover, The Upturned Stone by Scott Hamption, September 1993, issue 146. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Little Ego by Vittorio Giardino; Little Bit Here by George Pratt; The Upturned Stone by Scott Hampton; The Mirror: Arabia 1902 by De Blas and Azpiri; and Peter Under the Clothesline by Clavé and Louis Rétif. Includes The Crow art gallery by J. O'Barr. Cover art by Oscar Chichoni. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 18 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 18 #2

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Denis Sire. Good Taste Gone Bad: The "Art" of Mitch O'Connell gallery. The Rebel, script and art by François Boucq. Cave Man, script and art by Tayyar Ozkan. The Disarmament, script by Michel Pirus, art by Pascal Mesemberg [as Mezzo]. Boy Racer, script and art by Barron Storey. From Beyond, script by H. P. Lovecraft and P. Craig Russell (adaptation), art by P. Craig Russell. Little Ego story, script and art by Vittorio Giardino. The Evening Lover, script and art by Daniel Redondo and Harriet Redondo. Emily, script and art by Javi Santonja. The Disarmament, script by Michael Pirus, art by Pascal Mesemberg [as Mezzo]. May, 1994, issue 150. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 18 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 18 #3

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Oscar Chichoni. John Bergin gallery. Partners & Company, script and art by Annie Goetzinger. Superchick, script and art by Das Pastoras. The Man Who Laughs, script and art by Fernando De Felipe Allué [as F. De Felipe]. The Unicorn's Reflection, script by Juan Antonio De Blas, art by Alfonso Azpiri. Little Ego story, script and art by Vittorio Giardino. Privado: Below Zero, script and art by Alfonso Font. Various StripTease stories. A Killer Like You and Me, script by Oscar Aibar, art by R. M. Gera. The Man Who Laughs, script and art by Fernando De Felipe Allué [as F. De Felipe]. July, 1994, issue 151. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 18 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 18 #6

    Royo cover, Corben, Suydam, January 1995, issue 154. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: The Inducement by Richard Corben; Teddy Bear by Gess; Crypt Copper by Gordon Rennie and Roger Langridge; Sgt. Kirby by Jerry Paris; Museum by Fernando de Felipe; Zone B: In a Place of the Mind by Josep M Bea; Merchandising by Das Pastoras and Prats; and Caveman by Tayyar Ozkan. Includes Arthur Suydam art gallery. Cover art by Royo. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 19 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 19 #1

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Olivia De Berardinis. Olivia: The High Priestess of Pin-Up gallery. Zone C--In a Place of the Mind, script and art by Josep M. Bea. Showtime--Master Volume, script and art by Stéphane Brangier [as Siro]. Rabid starring Hombre, script by Antonio Segura, art by Jose Ortiz. Kicking the Monolithic Habit, script by John Tomlinson, art by Henry Flint. Various StripTease stories. The Diaries of Sandra F., script and art by Milo Manara. Showtime--Master Volume, script and art by Stéphane Brangier [as Siro]. March, 1995, issue 155. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 19 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 19 #2

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Chichoni. A feature on Northampton's Words And Pictures Museum. Piggy Back--Bit Degeneration, script and art by Bruno Brindisi; In the future outmoded technology is oulawed and a technician must fight to keep his beloved computer. The Wandering Star starring Gypsy, script by Thierry Smolderen, art by Enrico Marini. All Creatures Great And Small, script by Oscaraibar, art by R. M. Guéra [as Gera]. The Wandering Star starring Gypsy, script by Thierry Smoldersen, art by Enrico Marini. Various StripTease stories. May, 1995, issue 157. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 19 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 19 #3

    Ciruelo Cabral cover, Gimenez, Beroy, Prado, July, 1995, issue 158. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Daily Delirium by Prado; Museum by Fernando de Felipe; A Day Like Any Other (Before Breakfast) by Oscar Aibar and Gera; The Saga of the Meta-Barons: Othon the Great by Alexandro Jodorowsky and Juan Gimenez; Zone F: In a Place of the Mind by Josep M. Bea; Caveman by Tayyar Ozkan; and Versus: Bon Appetite by Josep M. Polls and José M. Beroy. Includes Simon Bisley art gallery. Cover art by Ciruelo Cabral. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 19 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 19 #5

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Luis Royo. H. R. Giger gallery. The Great Undart, script and art by Alfonso Azpiri. River of Fire: Deep South Story starring Black Deker, script and art by Fernando de Felipe. Ringside, script and art by Manuel Peirotti [as Peiró]. The Way of the Warrior, script and art by François Boucq. The Heroes of the Stars, script and art by Stanislas Manoukian and Vincent Roucher. Machonismechs, script and art by Jon Beeston. Marie Claire, script and art by Milo Manara. Bit Degeneration, script and art by Bruno Brindisi. Bull Digger, script and art by Richard Corben. River of Fire: Deep South Story starring Black Deker, script and art by Fernando de Felipe. Nov, 1995, issue 160. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 19 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 19 #6

    Royo cover, Frezzato, Segura & ortiz, January 1996, issue 161. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Burton & Cyb: The Conquest of the West by Segura and Ortiz; Dear Enemy by Massimo Frezzato; MacGuffin by Guiral and Rubin; Geronimo Stew: Psychomotor Blockade by Boucq; Museum by Fernando de Felipe; Caveman by Tayyar Ozkan; Super Zero by Stan and Vince; and Bronx II: The Actor by Alberto Saichann. Includes Wayne Barlowe art gallery. Cover art by Royo. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 20 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 20 #1

    Corben cover, Bolland, March 1996, issue 162. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Harry the Head by Brian Bolland; Voyeur by Horacio Altuna; Dayak: The Green Room 35 by Adamov; Invincible by Azpiri; Lucky Number by Beroy; and The Wanderer by Igor Kordej. Includes the making of Heavy Metal the movie. Cover art by Richard Corben. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 20 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 20 #2

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Olivia De Berardinis. Preview of the book "The Sex Symbol Dynasty" from Heavy Metal. Space Social Security starring Burton & Cyb, script by Antonio Segura, art by José Ortiz. Stratum, script and art by Alfonso Azpiri. The Mark of Melanikus starring Shadowslayer, script by Pat Mills, pencils by Tony Skinner, inks by Eric Larnoy. No Respect for Nothing, script and art by Miguelanxo Prado. When in Paris, script by Vane, art by Corominas. Dream, script and art by Miro Salazaar. Bit Degeneration, script and art by Bruno Brindisi. The Hidden Face of Reincarnation, script and art by François Boucq. The Mark of Melanikus starring Shadowslayer, script by Pat Mills, pencils by Tony Skinner, inks by Eric Larnoy. May, 1996, issue 163. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 20 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 20 #3

    The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. Cover art by Val Mayerik. Simon Bisley: Bodycount gallery. Look No Longer to the Stars, script and art by Alfonso Azpiri. The Oath in Amber: The Amojar, script by Frédéric Contremarche, art by Mathieu Lauffray. Museum, script and art by Fernando de Felipe. Matrimonial Agency starring Burton & Cyb, script by Antonio Segura, art by José Ortiz. The Marriage of Irina Valienko, script and art by Eugenio Sicomoro. The Call starring Park Charles, script by Ricardo Barreiro, art by Eduardo Risso. The Yellow Battery, script and art by François Boucq. The Oath in Amber: The Amojar, script by Mathieu Lauffray, art by Frédéric Contremarche. July, 1996, issue 164. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 21 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 21 #1

    Cover by Massimiliano Frezzato. Stories and Art by Alfonso Azpiri, Nicolas Dumontheuil, Massimiliano Frezzato, Jorge Zentner & Ruben Pellejero, Jean-David Morvan & Philippe Buchet, Lorenzo Diaz & Carlos Puerta, Olivier Grojnowski, Carlos Sampayo & Damian Carulla and Antonio Segura & Jose Ortiz. The illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "If We Don't Like This Planet...We'll Take Another One!"; "The Softy's House"; The Keeper of the Maser story "The Second Moon"; "Blues"; "Why Do Dragons Always Guard Their Treasures?"; "Time of the Witches"; "A Little Bit of...Art Tatum"; "Juanita's Secret"; and Burton & Cyb story "Terrorism in Green"! Plus: Judson Huss gallery. 120 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 21 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 21 #2

    Cover by Olivia. Stories and Art by Olivier Grojnowski, Thomas Mosdi & Guillaume Sorel, Stephane Gess, Matthias Schultheiss, Antonio Segura & Jose Ortiz, Massimiliano Frezzato, Chaban & Bonin and Jean-David Morvan & Philippe Buchet. The illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "Minus One"; "The Observer"; "Teddy Bear: Djumbo Warrior"; "Christina"; "Ozono: Black Beaches"; "Dog Face"; "Be As You've Always Dreamed of Being"; and "Why Is There So Much Hate?" Plus: Kino gallery. 120 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 21 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 21 #5

    Liberatore cover and Ranx story, November 1997, issue 172. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Ranx 3: Amen by Liberatore, Tamburini, and Chabat; Gypsy: Siberian Fires by Marini and Smolderen; The Killer by Sorel and Mosdi; Mondovision by Bilal; No Man's Land by Loustal; and Casino by Pahek. Cover art by Liberatore. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 21 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 21 #6

    January, 1998. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Meli-Melo by O Groj; The Water by Felix Vega; The Land of Azor by Troiano; Wind by Caza; F*** Kompany by Pahek; The Inheritance by Azpiri; New York by Bilal; and Mamba: Have You Ever Been Seduced? By Molina and Gonzalez. Includes Stacy E. Walker gallery. Cover art by Julie Bell. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 22 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 22 #2

    Broeck Steadman cover, Neil Gaiman interview, May 1998, issue 175. Dubbed "The adult illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: The Game Show by Meredith Bogard; Galactic Geographic by Karl Kofoed; Third Argument by Z. Tucic and Z. Stefanovic; James Dean, Cora, Charlie and I by Fages and Chauvel; Kashka Death by Betrayal by Di Marino and De Vicentiis; T.V. Man by Oscaribar and Redondo; The Fighter by Segura and Ortiz; Doctor Yes by O'Groj; and Incompatible by Eduardo Risso and Carlos Trillo. Includes Neil Gaiman interview and Ghi Stecyk gallery. Cover art by Broeck Steadman. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 22 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 22 #5

    Cover by Zook. Stories and Art by Olivier Grojnowski, Enrique Jimenez Corominas & Vane, Philippe Adamov, Eduardo Risso, Botello & Andreas Martens, Hernan & Carles Hierro and Gonzalez & Luis Molina. The illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "The Gutsy Raphael"; "A Day in Paris"; "Dayak 3: Zaks"; "Costume Party"; "The Eighth Prisoner"; "...And Many More Happy Birthdays"; and "Chantal"! Plus: David Bollt gallery. 128 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 23 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 23 #4

    Dubbed "The mature illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Choose Your Game chapter two by Juan Gimenez; Flopi - Forgiveness by Carlos Trillo; The Oath in Amber #2 - Portendick by Lauffray and Martin; Galactic Geographic by Karl Kofoed; The God's Brilliant Idea by Monti; Flopi - In Good Hands by Carlos Trillo; Nighttime by Caza; "Marga by Jamie Martin" by Toni Garcés; Cristos Adventures by Alberto Ponticelli; and War by Yacine Elghorri. Cover art by Claudio Aboy. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 23 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 23 #5

    Cover by Zook. Stories and Art by Caza, Stefano Casini, Juan Gimenez, R.M. Gera and Enrique Corominas. The mature illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "Om"; "The Demon Within"; "Choose Your Game - Chapter 3"; "Aftermath"; and "Goddess"! Plus: Barry Windsor-Smith. 126 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 23 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 23 #6

    Cover by Ciruelo Cabral. Stories and Art by Juan Gimenez, Denis Sire, Caza, Gourmelen & Antonio Palacios, R.M. Gera, Roberto Diso, Carlos Trillo and Alfonso Azpiri. The mature illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "Choose Your Game - Chapter 4"; "Captain Aerotica's Experience"; "Chronicles of the Fixed Earth Nights"; "McCoy's Worst Christmas"; "Smokey Joe's 1000 Blues"; "Of Loves and Ladies, Knights and Arms"; "War Correspondent"; and Wet Dreams story "The Relic"! Plus: "Luis Royo A Prohibited Interview." 128 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 24 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 24 #6

    Dubbed "The mature illustrated fantasy magazine," Heavy Metal also publishes tales of horror, science fiction, and adventure. This issue includes the following stories: Galactic Geographic by Karl Kofoed; Mandragora by Caza; What Do You Expect if You Invoke Demons? by Morvan, Buchet, and Color Twins; John Seaseeker - Air by Felix Vega; Lift by Seth Fisher; The Shadow of a Doubt by Boucq; The Fireman by Carlos Trillo and Domingo Mandrafina; Alfredo by Prado; Choose Your Game by Juan Gimenez; and Three Minutes of Thread and Marcello Gau. Includes Art Asylum toy company photo gallery and a piece on comic books in the year 1940. Cover art by Luis Royo. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 25 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 25 #3
  • Vol. 25 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 25 #4

    Cover by Alex Horley. Stories and Art by Andreas Martens & Frederic Bezian, Jacky Goupil & Walter, Thierry Smolderen & Enrico Marini, Kevin Eastman & Simon Bisley, G. Borile & Jean-Michel Beuriot, Carlos Trillo & Domingo Mandrafina and Juan Gimenez. The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "Dusk"; "How Do Men Choose a Partner?" (1 page); "How Do Women Choose a Partner?" (1 page); Gypsy story "Black Eyes"; "Fistful of Blood"; "Pissy Little Bitch"; "The Ballerina"; and The Lost Tomb story "Choose Your Game"! Plus: "Stacey E. Walker, The Artist's Model." Also: Interview with Mike Kaluta. 128 pages, PC/PB&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 25 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 25 #5
  • Vol. 25 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 25 #6

    A new graphic novel by Azpiri featuring the character Lorna. Also, included is the next installment for "Fistful of Blood," and "Snake." Plus, a short story by Boucq, and more! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 26 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 26 #1

    A new graphic novel by Azpiri featuring the character Lorna. Also, included is the next installment for "Fistful of Blood," and "Snake." Plus, a short story by Boucq, and more! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 26 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 26 #2

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralled by none. This issue features the graphic novel, The Fairy." Also includes the next installment of "Fistful of Blood," short stories from Stan and Vince Gimenez, and much more! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 26 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 26 #3

    Featuring a cover and gallery by Dorian Cleavenger! Also: the graphic novel The Curse of the Runes! Plus: the continuation of Simon Bisley's Fistful of Blood and new short stories from Trillo, Abuli & Vega, and more! MATURE READERS. Magazine, PC Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 26 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 26 #5

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics. This issue features the second graphic novel in the "Yui" series. Also includes the continuation of "Fistful of Blood" by Bisley and Eastman, plus much more! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.95 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 27 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 27 #3

    Cover by John Zeleznik. Stories and Art by Boris Vian & Gilles Cazaux, Giorgio Pontrelli, Frank Tacito & Fabrice Angleraud, Matthius Beeguer, Billy Martinez, Vian & Guillaume Sorel, Juan Gimenez, Zeljko Pahek, Tayyar Ozkan and Goupil & Walter De Strooper. The adult illustrated fantasy magazine. All the over-the-top graphic sci-fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. Featuring stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics. In this issue: "To All the Children"; "Spite"; "Magika: Dreams of Blood"; "Swassyland"; "Wildflower"; "I'm a Monster of Perversity"; "Choose Your Game (Alone in the Shadows)"; "Cinema Histories"; Cave Man story; "Putting Your Mouth to Good Use" (1 page); and "How Not to Lose It?" (1 page) Plus: "Cowboy Bebop the Movie" article. 128 pages, PC/PB&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 27 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 27 #4

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 27 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 27 #6

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 28 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 28 #1

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 28 #2
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 28 #2

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 28 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 28 #3

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! MATURE READERS Magazine$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 28 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 28 #5

    This issue features the 46-page graphic novel, Mark of the Demon! According to legend, Douram, the Creator God, was incapable of destroying the slightest thing in the universe he had made. So he invented the Dahaak, to whom he entrusted this mission. But the Dahaak's desire for destruction was such that he threatened to kill his creator and take his place. So Douram locked up the demon in the far-off Northern lands. Centuries later, Urbald o fthe Nalkath clan commits the double-sacrilege of killing the shaman of the Wooka clan ? rivals of the Nalkath ? and of seducing Annicia, their chief's daughter. Chased by his enemies, he crosses the bridge of forgetfulness that leads to the den of the Dahaak! MATURE READERS Magazine, FC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 28 #6
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 28 #6

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! MATURE AUDIENCES Magazine$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 29 #1

    The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! MATURE THEMES Magazine, 50pgs, FC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 29 #3

    HEAVY METAL MAY 2005 The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! Magazine, FC SRP: $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 29 #4

    HEAVY METAL MAY 2005 The fantasy comic for adults, paralleled by none. All the over-the-top graphic sci- fi/fantasy madness you always expect in each and every issue of Heavy Metal. New short stories by some of Europe's greatest masters of modern fantasy and science fiction comics! Magazine, FC SRP: $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #5
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 30 #5

    Lorenzo Sperlonga cover, November 2006 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 31 #1
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 31 #1

    Max Bertolini cover, March 2007

  • Vol. 31 #3
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 31 #3

    Lorenzo Sperlonga cover, July 2007 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 32 #7
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 32 #7

    James Ryman cover, November 2008 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 34 #7
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 34 #7

    Volume XXXIV - Issue 7, November, 2010. Softcover, 8" x 10.5", 122 pages, full color. Cover price $6.95.

  • Vol. 34 #9
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 34 #9
  • Vol. 35 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 35 #4

    Volume 35, Issue 4 - July, 2011. 8" x 10.5", 120 pages, full color. Cover price $6.95.

  • Vol. 35 #8
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 35 #8

    January 2012. Volume 35, Number 8. Cover by James Ryman. "Dossier" by S. C. Ringgenberg, "Animal'z" by E. Bilal, "Wisher #2" by Giulio De Vita and Sebastien Latour, "Dreamz" by RG Llarenga and Axel Medellin, "Metal Media" by Horatio Weisfeld, "The Tants" by Abraham Martinez, Mehdi Cheggour and Jame, "Will O' The Wisp" by Josef Rother and Mark Wheatley, and "The Age" by Tayyar Ozkan. Artist Studio feature on Sam Sharon. Softcover, 8-in x 11-in, 114 Pages, Full Color. Mature Readers. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #284B
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 284B

    Cover by Ken Kelly. Mythic Special! Grant Morrison continues his reign as Editor-in-Chief by contributing a new tale to shock and outrage -- a tale of sword, sorcery and psychopaths in "The Savage Sword of Jesus Christ" with art by The Molen Brothers! Also on deck is "The Color of Air" (part 1 of a new story by Enki Bilal) and the continuations of "Salsa Invertebraxa" (part 5) by Mozchops and "Zentropa" (part 4) by John Mahoney. Plus: Editorial with Grant Morrison, layout by Rantz Hoseley; "Atomahawk" (part 2) by Donny Cates and Ian Bederman; "Taarna" by Alex de Campi, Tony Parker and Leonard O'Grady; "Hercules" by Dwayne Harris; Andrew Brandou gallery; "The Simulationists" by Duncan Trussell, Donny Cates and Adam Belanger; "Lil Charlie" (part 1) by John Bivens and Omar Estevez; "The Last Mortician" by Tim Hall and Dean Haspiel; "Angelarium" concept artist gallery by Peter Mohrbacher; "Snow Blind" by Kong and John Bivens; and "The Rabbi" by Jok and Carlos Aon. 136 pages, full color. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #294A
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 294A

    Cover by Donato Giancola. The Industrial Special! This issue includes a new story by Grant Morrison, the continuation of Richard Corben's "Murky World," and a large slate of new, futuristic fiction to challenge your senses! Featuring: "If/Then" by Genevieve Valentine, Agustin Alessio and Adam Wollet; "Inf3rno" by Thom London, Curt Pires, Antonio Fuso, Stefano Simeone and Micah Myers; "The Smile of the Absent Cat" (chapter 4) by Grant Morrison and Gerhard; Nick Pyle gallery; "Caretaker" by Matt Emmons; "Ministry's Thieves" by Aubrey Sitterson, Andrea Mutti, Vladimir Popov and Taylor Esposito; Donato Giancola gallery; "Into the Black" by Keith Grassmick, Nick Philpott and Dennis Calero; "Glitch" by Dwayne Harris; "Murky World" (chapter 8) by Richard Corben; "Machine Age Voodoo" by Michael Duplessis, Frank Forte, Moramike and Carlos Cabrera; "I Am Your God" by Homero Rios, Davi Augusto, David Ocampo and Jame; xsullo gallery; "Dance, Death, Dance" by Kevin Eastman, Esau Escorza, Tatto Caballero and Jame; "The Second Rider" by Jesse Lonergan; and "Planet Carnivore" by Phillip Caza. 160 pages, full color. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #294B
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 294B

    Cover by Yuri Shwedoff. The Industrial Special! This issue includes a new story by Grant Morrison, the continuation of Richard Corben's "Murky World," and a large slate of new, futuristic fiction to challenge your senses! Featuring: "If/Then" by Genevieve Valentine, Agustin Alessio and Adam Wollet; "Inf3rno" by Thom London, Curt Pires, Antonio Fuso, Stefano Simeone and Micah Myers; "The Smile of the Absent Cat" (chapter 4) by Grant Morrison and Gerhard; Nick Pyle gallery; "Caretaker" by Matt Emmons; "Ministry's Thieves" by Aubrey Sitterson, Andrea Mutti, Vladimir Popov and Taylor Esposito; Donato Giancola gallery; "Into the Black" by Keith Grassmick, Nick Philpott and Dennis Calero; "Glitch" by Dwayne Harris; "Murky World" (chapter 8) by Richard Corben; "Machine Age Voodoo" by Michael Duplessis, Frank Forte, Moramike and Carlos Cabrera; "I Am Your God" by Homero Rios, Davi Augusto, David Ocampo and Jame; xsullo gallery; "Dance, Death, Dance" by Kevin Eastman, Esau Escorza, Tatto Caballero and Jame; "The Second Rider" by Jesse Lonergan; and "Planet Carnivore" by Phillip Caza. 160 pages, full color. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #294C
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 294C

    Cover by Tom Hisbergue. The Industrial Special! This issue includes a new story by Grant Morrison, the continuation of Richard Corben's "Murky World," and a large slate of new, futuristic fiction to challenge your senses! Featuring: "If/Then" by Genevieve Valentine, Agustin Alessio and Adam Wollet; "Inf3rno" by Thom London, Curt Pires, Antonio Fuso, Stefano Simeone and Micah Myers; "The Smile of the Absent Cat" (chapter 4) by Grant Morrison and Gerhard; Nick Pyle gallery; "Caretaker" by Matt Emmons; "Ministry's Thieves" by Aubrey Sitterson, Andrea Mutti, Vladimir Popov and Taylor Esposito; Donato Giancola gallery; "Into the Black" by Keith Grassmick, Nick Philpott and Dennis Calero; "Glitch" by Dwayne Harris; "Murky World" (chapter 8) by Richard Corben; "Machine Age Voodoo" by Michael Duplessis, Frank Forte, Moramike and Carlos Cabrera; "I Am Your God" by Homero Rios, Davi Augusto, David Ocampo and Jame; xsullo gallery; "Dance, Death, Dance" by Kevin Eastman, Esau Escorza, Tatto Caballero and Jame; "The Second Rider" by Jesse Lonergan; and "Planet Carnivore" by Phillip Caza. 160 pages, full color. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #295D
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 295D

    Cover by Victor Mosquera. Music Special! Heavy Metal has a music festival worthy lineup of song adaptations coming your way - SLIPKNOT's first appearance in the magazine // MEGADETH's "The Skull Beneath the Skin" by Justin Jordan and Rob Prior // MASTADON get otherworldly with a story written and illustrated by REALM creator, Jeremy Haun // Tenacious D's "Metal" is coming in hot from GOD HATES ASTRONAUTS creator, Ryan Browne // Alex de Campi and Tony Parker bring you AMON AMARTH's "Berserker." Other adaptations of Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Code Orange, High on Fire, Ho99o9 and more! Two original stories - one by METALOCALYPSE creator Brenden Small and Joe Satriani, and a crazy Heavy Metal demon comedy fest from Dan Fogler, Burney a.k.a. Batdog and Justin Mohlman - THE GHOUL SCREAMER. Plus: Continuing this issue from Richard Corben is "Murky World" (chapter 9). 200 pages, full color. Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #295E
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 295E

    Cover by Nick Pyle. Music Special! Heavy Metal has a music festival worthy lineup of song adaptations coming your way - SLIPKNOT's first appearance in the magazine // MEGADETH's "The Skull Beneath the Skin" by Justin Jordan and Rob Prior // MASTADON get otherworldly with a story written and illustrated by REALM creator, Jeremy Haun // Tenacious D's "Metal" is coming in hot from GOD HATES ASTRONAUTS creator, Ryan Browne // Alex de Campi and Tony Parker bring you AMON AMARTH's "Berserker." Other adaptations of Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Code Orange, High on Fire, Ho99o9 and more! Two original stories - one by METALOCALYPSE creator Brenden Small and Joe Satriani, and a crazy Heavy Metal demon comedy fest from Dan Fogler, Burney a.k.a. Batdog and Justin Mohlman - THE GHOUL SCREAMER. Plus: Continuing this issue from Richard Corben is "Murky World" (chapter 9). 200 pages, full color. Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #296A
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 296A

    Cover by Tristan Eaton. From The Streets has some of the best street and graffiti artists in the world doing their first ever comic stories. Guest Edited and Curated by The Godfather of Street Art, Ron English, the issue features stories by Faith XLVII, Nick Walker, Tristan Eaton, Nichols, Beau Stanton, Lady Pink, London Police, Swoon, Martha Cooper, Futura, Olek, Kenny Scharf and the man himself, Ron English. Continuing in this issue is Richard Corben's 'Murky World'. Includes "The Smile of the Absent Cat: Part 5" by Grant Morrison and Gerhard. 200 pages, full color. Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #303A
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 303A

    Cover by Pascal Blanche. Science fiction, Fantasy and Horror collide in this issue as Heavy Metal´s latest serializations continue developing! Lucy by Liberatore concludes in this issue. Maiden by Michelle & Bart Sears, Savage Circus by Brendan Columbus & Al Barrionuevo, The Rise by George C. Romero & Diego Yapur, Dark Wing by Matthew Medney & German Ponce, Here be Dragons by Ryan K. Lindsay & Sebastián Piriz. A new Vasator & Crunch story by David Erwin. Fan favorite zombies of Heavy Metal's Cold Dead War franchise return in this issue! 144 pages, full color. Cover price $13.99.

  • Issue #303B
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 303B

    Written by George C. Romero. Cover by Tim Molloy. Science fiction, Fantasy and Horror collide in this issue as Heavy Metal´s latest serializations continue developing! Lucy by Liberatore concludes in this issue. Maiden by Michelle & Bart Sears, Savage Circus by Brendan Columbus & Al Barrionuevo, The Rise by George C. Romero & Diego Yapur, Dark Wing by Matthew Medney & German Ponce, Here be Dragons by Ryan K. Lindsay & Sebastián Piriz. A new Vasator & Crunch story by David Erwin. Fan favorite zombies of Heavy Metal's Cold Dead War franchise return in this issue! 144 pages, full color. Cover price $13.99.

  • Issue #304A
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 304A

    Cover by Andrea De Dominicis. As this difficult year comes to a close Heavy Metal soldiers on and continues its monthly duty of publishing some of the best science-fiction, fantasy, and horror stories in the comic book industry! Writer extraordinaire Steve Orlando makes his debut in the magazine with his series Starward! Swamp God by Ron Marz and Armitano also debut in this issue as well as Matt Medney and Geraldo Borges' The Adventures of Adrienne James! Blake Northcott's Synapse returns in this issue! Plus, George C. Romero's The Rise, Bart & Michelle Sears' Maiden, Medney's Dark Wing, Ryan K. Lindsay & Sebastian Piriz' Black Beacon, Brendan Columbus' Savage Circus and much more! 144 pages, full color. Cover price $13.99.

  • Issue #305A
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 305A

    Cover by Frank Frazetta. A ragtag squad of Confederate soldiers calls upon the ultimate evil to save the South, in Ron Marz and Armitano's 'Swamp God.' A combat unit comprised of Vampires, Minotaurs and mythical species find that they're part of a diabolical plot in 'Queensbury' by Patrick Smith. Fan favorite Nelson and the Cold Dead War crew make a return! Vasator and Crunch, a robot and barbarian tale by David Erwin and Kevin Molen! Frank Frazzeta Jr and Liam Sharp interviews! 144 pages, full color. Cover price $13.99.

  • Issue #305B
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) 305B

    Cover by Jason Edmiston. A ragtag squad of Confederate soldiers calls upon the ultimate evil to save the South, in Ron Marz and Armitano's 'Swamp God.' A combat unit comprised of Vampires, Minotaurs and mythical species find that they're part of a diabolical plot in 'Queensbury' by Patrick Smith. Fan favorite Nelson and the Cold Dead War crew make a return! Vasator and Crunch, a robot and barbarian tale by David Erwin and Kevin Molen! Frank Frazzeta Jr and Liam Sharp interviews! 144 pages, full color. Cover price $13.99.