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Heavy Metal Magazine Covers. 1978

Drawing created by John Workman that was used in HM in the 1970s and early 1980s to promote sales of back issues of Heavy Metal
Drawing created by John Workman that was used in HM in the 1970s and early 1980s to promote sales of back issues of Heavy Metal and as visual "filler"... an illustrative bonus for the readers. (From Heavy Metal : 25 years of classic covers / compiled, designed and written by John Workman. — New York : Metal Mammoth, Inc., 2002)
 
 
Earlier: 1977
 
 
Finally! On the cover to the first issue of HM’s second year, the Heavy Metal cover girl premiered.
 
She’s nude! She’s on horseback! She grabs the attention of the casual reader! She sparks many arguments! But she will not go away.
 
Heavy Metal : 25 years of classic covers / compiled, designed and written by John Workman. — New York : Metal Mammoth, Inc., 2002.
 
 
 

Heavy Metal. 1978. January – Volume 1 No. 10

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. January – Volume 1 No. 10  Heavy Metal. 1978. January – Volume 1 No. 10
 
 
CONTENTS
p.04 - "...Subsequently..."
p.05-20 - "Ulysses" - Homer, Jacques Lob, and Georges Pichard
p.21-24 - "The Time Warp" - Serge Clerc and Gregory Dentier
p.26-32 - "Talapalca" - Dominique Hé
p.33-40 - "Den" - Richard Corben
p.41-46 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius: Fifth Episode: The Major Disappears" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.48-49 - "Miss Heavy Metal 1978: Roberta" - James Meehan
p.51-55 - "1996" - Chantal Montellier
p.56 - "Chain Mail"
p.59 - "Space Soap Opera" - Helme
p.60-75 - "Conquering Armies" - Jean-Pierre Dionnet and Jean-Claude Gal
p.77-96 - "A Rose For Ecclesiastes" - Roger Zelazny and Gray Morrow
Front Cover - Val Mayerik
Back Cover - Bob Aull
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. February – Volume 1 No. 11

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. February – Volume 1 No. 11
 
Heavy Metal. 1978. February – Volume 1 No. 11  Heavy Metal. 1978. February – Volume 1 No. 11
 
 
CONTENTS
p.01, 68 - "Chain Mail"
p.04 - "...Consequently..."
p.05 - "Marvels Of The Universe" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.06-07, 66-67 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.09-16 - "Den" - Richard Corben
p.17-24 - "The Winter Of The Last Combat" - Victor Mora and Luis Garcia
p.26-32 - "Diabolical Planet" - Denis Sire
p.34-44 - "Urm The Mad" - Philippe Druillet
p.45-47 - "World Famous..." - Patrick Lesueur and Alain
p.48-49 - "The Burial Of Death" - Alex Niño
p.50-55 - "Venus - Ah, Venus" - Richard Allen Lupoff and Cathy McGinty
p.57-64 - "Telefield: Second Episode" - Sergio Macedo
p.69-72 - "Age Of Ages" - Akbar Del Piombo and Norman Rubington
p.73-80 - "Free Fall" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud (reprinted in The Best Of 1982)
p.81-90 - "Barbarella: The Moon Child!" - Jean-Claude Forest
p.92-96 - "1996" - Chantal Montellier
Cover - "Teachings From An Unholy Book" - Alex Niño
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. March – Volume 1 No. 12

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. March – Volume 1 No. 12
 
Heavy Metal. 1978. March – Volume 1 No. 12  Heavy Metal. 1978. March – Volume 1 No. 12
 
Heavy Metal. 1978. March – Volume 1 No. 12
 
 
CONTENTS
p.04 - "...Incidentally..."
p.05 - "Self-Portrait" - Charles Vess
p.07-14 - "Den" - Richard Corben
p.15-17 - "The Ruse" - Thomas Bridges and Charles Vess
p.18-23 - "The Winter Of The Last Combat: Chapter Two" - Victor Mora and Luis Garcia
p.24 - "Chain Mail"
p.25-32 - "Diabolical Planet: Part 2" - Denis Sire
p.34-44 - "Urm" - Philippe Druillet
p.45-47 - "Hitchhike" - Alain Voss
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: Talus IV" - Karl B. Kofoed
p.51-58 - "The Abracax Effect" - Jean-Michel Nicollet
p.61-68 - "Orion" - Gray Morrow
p.69-72 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius: A New Episode" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.73-77 - "1996" - Chantal Montellier
p.78 - "Lost" - Jean Louis Trip
p.79-87 - "Underground Comic" - Stuart Nezin
p.88-96 - "Barbarella" - Jean-Claude Forest
Cover - "Colonel Killing" - Jim Burns
 


 

The use of the musical alien on the April 78 cover was just one of many nods to the fact that Heavy Metal could refer to more than robots.
 
Heavy Metal : 25 years of classic covers / compiled, designed and written by John Workman. — New York : Metal Mammoth, Inc., 2002.
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. April – Volume 1 No. 13

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. April – Volume 1 No. 13  Heavy Metal. 1978. April – Volume 1 No. 13
 
 
CONTENTS
p.01, 45 - "Chain Mail"
p.04 - "...Furthermore..."
p.04 - "Photo" - Daudier
p.06-13 - "Den's Farewell" - Richard Corben (reprinted in The Best Of 1982 and 15 Years Of 1992)
p.14-15, 46-47 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.18-28 - "Urm The Mad" - Philippe Druillet
p.30-34 - "1996" - Chantal Montellier
p.35-44 - "City Of Flowers" - Philippe Druillet and Picotto (reprinted in The Best Of 1982)
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: Kierkimos Toxis" - Karl Kofoed
p.51-58 - "Orion: Chapter II" - Gray Morrow
p.59 - "Paradise 9" - Sean Kelly
p.60-61 - "Paradise 9: Departure" - Sergio Macedo and Phil Manoeuvre
p.62-64 - "Paradise 9: Throughout The Livelong Day, Across The Open Spaces" - Nicole Claveloux
p.65 - "Paradise 9: Aedipios"
p.66 - "Paradise 9: Cesar Menrod"
p.67-69 - "Paradise 9: A Heavy Metal Production" - Phil Manoeuvre and Serge Clerc
p.70-72 - "Paradise 9: Genesis" - Dominique Hé
p.73 - "Paradise 9: The Flora Of Paradise 9" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.74 - "Paradise Nine's Strange Flowers" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.75 - "Paradise 9 Magazine" - Denis Sire
p.76-77 - "Paradise 9: The Ruins Of The Supiliouluma" - Jean-Claude Gal
p.78-80 - "Paradise 9: The History Of The World, As Told By Badar" - Jean-Pierre Dionnet and Jean-Louis Tripp
p.81 - "Paradise 9: 9661" - Chantal Montellier
p.82-83 - "Paradise 9: A Brief History Of Its Natives" - Norman Rubington
p.84-87 - "Paradise 9: Macaberesqué" - E. E. Davis (reprinted in Greatest Hits 1994)
p.89-96 - "Barbarella" - Jean-Claude Forest
Front Cover - Robert Morello
Back Cover - Rick Bryant
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. May – Volume 2 No. 1

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. May – Volume 2 No. 1  Heavy Metal. 1978. May – Volume 2 No. 1
 
 
CONTENTS
p.01, 55 - "Chain Mail"
p.04 - "...Continually..."
p.05 - "Jungle Gysm" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.07-14 - "Going To Pieces" - François Schuiten (reprinted in The Best Of 1982 and Greatest Hits 1994 HC)
p.15-22 - "Fed Up!" - Serge Le Tendre and Dominique Hé
p.23-30 - "Orion: Chapter III" - Gray Morrow
p.31-34 - "The Uptight Garbage Of Moebius" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.35-44 - "Tap-Dancing On A Tender Cerebellum" - Alex Niño
p.45-47 - "An Image" - Sergio Macedo and Alain Voss
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: Millenium Starship" - Karl B. Kofoed
p.50-54 - "Lost Time" - Norville and Fourgeaud
p.58-61 - "Ozone Alley" - Richard Raxlen Jr. and Richard Olsen
p.62-73 - "Urm The Mad" - Philippe Druillet
p.74-75 - "Margerin" - Frank Margerin
p.77-82 - "The Day The City Crossed The Threshold" - Serge Le Tendre and Michel Blanc-Dumont
p.83-90 - "Barbarella" - Jean-Claude Forest
p.92-96 - "1996" - Chantal Montellier
Front Cover - Philippe Druillet
Back Cover - Tom Barber
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. June – Volume 2 No. 2

(magazine lists it as Vol. 3 No. 2)

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. June – Volume 2 No. 2  Heavy Metal. 1978. June – Volume 2 No. 2
 
 
This issue contains the feature, Galactic Geographic, which was later reprinted as a rewritten and expanded version in the Spring 1998 issue.
 
CONTENTS
p.01, 47 - "Chain Mail"
p.04 - "...Anyway..."
p.05 - "Fable" - Lourdel
p.06-13 - "New Tales Of The Arabian Nights: Shahrazad" - Richard Corben and Jan Strnad
p.14-15 - "The Airtight Garage" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.16-25 - "Sabre" - Don McGregor and Paul Gulacy
p.28 - "Colonization" - Jean-Claude Mézières
p.29-36 - "Them Changes" - Stuart Nezin
p.37-46 - "More Than Human" - Theodore Sturgeon, Douglas Moench, and Alex Niño
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: The Passing Of The Airwhales" - Karl B. Kofoed
p.51-57 - "Diabolical Planet: Report V.1" - Denis Sire
p.58-73 - "Evolution" - Bob Aull
p.75-83 - "Heilman" - Alain Voss
p.84-91 - "Barbarella" - Jean-Claude Forest
p.92-96 - "1996" - Chantal Montellier
Front Cover - Joe Jusko
Back Cover - Robert Morello
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. July – Volume 2 No. 3

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. July – Volume 2 No. 3  Heavy Metal. 1978. July – Volume 2 No. 3
 
 
CONTENTS
p.04 - "...However..."
p.05 - "Chain Mail"
p.06 - "Moebius" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.07-14 - "New Tales Of The Arabian Nights: The Last Voyage Of Sindbad" - Richard Corben and Jan Strnad
p.15-22 - ".Q.C. LAF. 1" - Picotto
p.23-26 - "The Death Of Orlaon, Or: Legendary Immortality" - Enki Bilal (reprinted in The Best Of 1982)
p.27-34 - "Orion: Chapter Four" - Gray Morrow
p.37-44 - "Heilman" - Alain Voss
p.46 - "Illustration" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: Harvest On Insador" - Karl B. Kofoed
p.52-59 - "Gail: Second Episode" - Philippe Druillet
p.61-72 - "More Than Human: Chapter Two" - Theodore Sturgeon, Douglas Moench, and Alex Niño
p.73-82 - "The Story Of The Acrylic Magus And His Vibratory Perturbations" - Serge Bihannic and Philippe Druillet
p.83-91 - "Barbarella" - Jean-Claude Forest
p.92-96 - "1996" - Chantal Montellier
Front Cover - Philippe "Caza" Cazamayou
Back Cover - Clyde Caldwell
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. August – Volume 2 No. 4

 
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CONTENTS
p.04 - "...Moreover..."
p.04 - "Illustration" - Jean Vern
p.05 - "Moebius..." - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.06-13 - "New Tales Of The Arabian Nights: Sindbad In The Land Of The Jinn" - Richard Corben and Jan Strnad
p.14-15 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius: Major Grubert's Adventure" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.17-20 - "Mission On Saturn!" - René Pétillon (reprinted in Greatest Hits 1994)
p.21-25 - "Gail: Episode Number Three" - Philippe Druillet
p.29-36 - "Off-Season" - Elisabeth "Zha" Salomon and Nicole Claveloux
p.37-44 - "Orion: Chapter Five" - Gray Morrow
p.45 - "Georgik..." - Georgik
p.47 - "Rochberny" - Jacques Rochberny
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: New Evidence Of Life In The Void" - Karl Kofoed
p.51-58 - "Only Connect: A Sequence" - Claude "Alias" Lacroix (reprinted in Greatest Hits 1994)
p.59-70 - "More Than Human" - Theodore Sturgeon, Douglas Moench, and Alex Niño
p.71-78 - "Heilman" - Alain Voss
p.80-83 - "Peaceful In The Country" - Dominique "Alexis" Vallet
p.84 - "Chain Mail"
p.84 - "Somewhere, Sometime" - John Workman
p.85-91 - "Planet Of Terror" - Philippe "Caza" Cazamayou and Paul Lamontellerie (reprinted in The Best Of 1982)
p.93-96 - "Age Of Ages" - Akbar Del Piombo and Norman Rubington
Front Cover - Clyde Caldwell
Back Cover - Michel Guéranger
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. September – Volume 2 No. 5

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. September – Volume 2 No. 5  Heavy Metal. 1978. September – Volume 2 No. 5
 
 
In this issue, the story "Croatoan" accidentally printed the last page first, and some lettering over the illustrations are hard if not impossible to read.
 
CONTENTS
p.01, 12-13 - "Chain Mail"
p.04 - "...Additionally..."
p.06-09 - "New Tales Of The Arabian Nights: Sindbad In The Land Of The Jinn" - Richard Corben and Jan Strnad
p.12-13 - "Smadakcaj Tree" - John Workman and Catherine Workman
p.15-18 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius: 16th Episode: Nothing Much" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.19-26 - "Orion: Chapter Six" - Gray Morrow
p.27-34 - "Off-Season" - Elisabeth "Zha" Salomon and Nicole Claveloux
p.35-46 - "The Horror Of G'Zalth" - Brocal Remohi
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: Rescue From A Black Hole" - Karl B. Kofoed
p.50-52 - "Nebogipfel At The End Of Time" - Richard Allen Lupoff and Carolyn Ogden
p.54 - "Urban Renewal" - Stephen Bissette
p.55-61 - "The Sweet Smell Of Science" - Ted Benoît
p.63 - "Rochberny" - Jacques Rochberny
p.64-75 - "Croatoan" - Harlan Ellison, Tom Sutton, Alfredo Alcala, and Stephen Oliff
p.77-84 - "Heilman" - Alain Voss
p.85-92 - "Gail" - Philippe Druillet
p.93-96 - "At Play In Space & Time" - Ned Sonntag and Jay Kinney
Front Cover - "Born With The Dead" - Jim Burns
Back Cover - Charles Vess
 


 

September I978’s weirdly disturbing cover might have been more appropriate for a Halloween-themed issue ...
 
... but, instead, this colorful, brilliantly odd illustration appeared on the cover of the Halloween 1978 HM.
 
Heavy Metal : 25 years of classic covers / compiled, designed and written by John Workman. — New York : Metal Mammoth, Inc., 2002.
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. October – Volume 2 No. 6

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. October – Volume 2 No. 6  Heavy Metal. 1978. October – Volume 2 No. 6
 
 
CONTENTS
p.01 - "Chain Mail"
p.04 - "...Perhaps..."
p.04 - "Illustration" - Charles Vess
p.05-08 - "New Tales Of The Arabian Nights: Sindbad In The Land Of The Jinn" - Richard Corben and Jan Strnad
p.09-22 - "Exterminator 17" - Enki Bilal and Jean-Pierre Dionnet
p.24-31 - "Orion" - Gray Morrow
p.32-39 - "Off-Season" - Elisabeth "Zha" Salomon and Nicole Claveloux
p.40-43 - "Gail" - Philippe Druillet
p.45-46 - "Blob!" - Philippe Druillet
p.48-51 - "Dawn Of The Dead" - George Romero and Susanna Sparrow
p.53 - "Rochberny" - Jacques Rochberny
p.54-60 - "One Foot In Eden" - Mark Wheatley
p.63-64 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.66-76 - "Shattered Like A Glass Goblin" - Harlan Ellison and William Stout
p.77-84 - "Heilman" - Alain Voss
p.85-92 - "So Beautiful And So Dangerous" - Angus McKie (reprinted in One Step Beyond 1996)
p.93-96 - "Curious Thing" - Stephen Bissette
Front Cover - Ron Walotsky
Back Cover - Doug Beekman
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. November – Volume 2 No. 7

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. November – Volume 2 No. 7  Heavy Metal. 1978. November – Volume 2 No. 7
 
 
CONTENTS
p.01 - "Chain Mail"
p.04 - "...Henceforth..."
p.04 - "Illustration" - John Workman
p.06-13 - "New Tales Of The Arabian Nights: Sindbad In The Land Of The Jinn" - Richard Corben and Jan Strnad
p.15-20 - "Exterminator 17" - Enki Bilal and Jean-Pierre Dionnet
p.22-25 - "Orion: Chapter 8" - Gray Morrow
p.27-37 - "Diabolical Planet: The Great Trap: The Spatial Adventures Of M. White: 4th Episode" - Denis Sire
p.40-43 - "Gail" - Philippe Druillet
p.45-46 - "Major Grubert And The Hermetically Sealed Garage Of Jerry Cornelius" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: Explorer Colony 6" - Karl Kofoed
p.50-57 - "Off-Season" - Elisabeth "Zha" Salomon and Nicole Claveloux
p.60-79 - "Empire" - Samuel Delany and Howard Chaykin
p.80 - "Surgical Tactics" - Stephen Bissette
p.82-86 - "Heilman: Epilogue" - Alain Voss
p.88-95 - "So Beautiful And So Dangerous: Episode II: ..The First Night After Touchdown On Earth" - Angus McKie (reprinted in One Step Beyond 1996)
Front Cover - "Helen Of Troy" - Marcus Boas
Back Cover - "May I Have A Cup Of Dilithium Crystals, Please?" - Bill Selby
 


 

 

Heavy Metal. 1978. December – Volume 2 No. 8

 
Heavy Metal. 1978. December – Volume 2 No. 8  Heavy Metal. 1978. December – Volume 2 No. 8
 
 
CONTENTS
p.04 - "Illustration" - John Workman
p.04 - "...Verily..."
p.06-13 - "New Tales Of The Arabian Nights: Sindbad In The Land Of The Jinn" - Richard Corben and Jan Strnad
p.15-18 - "Hit Man: Episode No. 1: The Thousandth Contract" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.19-26 - "Hit Man: Episode No. 2: The Fury Of Vengeance" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.27-30 - "Exquisite Corpses" - Phil Trumbo (reprinted in 15 Years Of 1992)
p.31-32 - "The Sign" - Alfredo Alcala and Lawrence Shell
p.34-37 - "Orion" - Gray Morrow
p.38-47 - "Exterminator 17" - Enki Bilal and Jean-Pierre Dionnet
p.50-55 - "Gail" - Philippe Druillet
p.57-64 - "Off-Season" - Elisabeth "Zha" Salomon and Nicole Claveloux
p.65-77 - "Tarot" - Paul Kirchner
p.79-80 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.81 - "The Colored Lights And Frequent Electrical Fires Attract A Certain Primitive Animal" - Ben Katchor
p.82-89 - "So Beautiful And So Dangerous: Episode III: ...Mankind Has Taken A Giant Leap..." - Angus McKie (reprinted in One Step Beyond 1996)
p.92-96 - "The Development Of An Intergalactic Corporation: A Treatise" - Bob Aull
Front Cover - "The Second Experiment" - Peter Andrew Jones
Back Cover - "The Fate Of Dollies Lost In Dreams" - Michael William Kaluta
 
 


 

 
 
Heavy Metal is an American science fiction and fantasy comics magazine, published beginning in 1977. The magazine is known primarily for its blend of dark fantasy/science fiction and erotica and steampunk comics.
 
Unlike the traditional American comic books of that time bound by the restrictive Comics Code Authority, Heavy Metal featured explicit content. The magazine started out as a licensed translation of the French science-fantasy magazine Métal hurlant, including work by Enki Bilal, Philippe Caza, Guido Crepax, Philippe Druillet, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean Giraud (a.k.a. Moebius), Chantal Montellier, and Milo Manara. The magazine later ran Stefano Tamburini and Tanino Liberatore's ultra-violent RanXerox. Heavy Metal gradually evolved into a publication featuring North American contributors like Richard Corben, Matt Howarth, Stephen R. Bissette, Alex Ebel, John Holmstrom, Paul Kirchner, Terrance Lindall, Gray Morrow, Walt Simonson, Dan Steffan, Jim Steranko, John Shirley, Arthur Suydam, Bernie Wrightson, and Olivia De Berardinis.
 
As cartoonist/publisher Kevin Eastman saw it, Heavy Metal published European art which had not been previously seen in the United States, as well as demonstrating an underground comix sensibility that nonetheless "wasn't as harsh or extreme as some of the underground comix – but . . . definitely intended for an older readership."
 
After running as a monthly for its first nine years, in the winter of 1986 Heavy Metal dropped to a quarterly schedule, continuing until March 1989, when it switched to a bi-monthly schedule. HM Communications published 136 issues in 16 volumes from April 1977 to March 1992.
 
 
 
Heavy Metal («Тяжёлый металл») — американский журнал для взрослой аудитории, публикующий комиксы и рассказы в жанрах фэнтези и научной фантастики. Начав выходить в апреле 1977 года, публиковал переведённые с французского языка работы художников Энки Билала, Жана Жиро (известного как Mœbius), Philippe Druillet, Milo Manara и Philippe Caza, опубликованные до этого в журнале Métal Hurlant, издававшийся с декабря 1974 года во Франции.
 
 

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