Heavy Metal Magazine #197707

    Heavy Metal Magazine » Heavy Metal Magazine #197707 - Vol. 1, No. 7 released by Heavy Metal on October 1, 1977.

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    Vol. 1, No. 7 last edited by DeMan on 05/17/21 05:35PM View full history

    This issue contains the following stories:
    Cover - Jean-Michel Nicollet
    p.01 - "Chain Mail"
    p.01 - "Chain Mail: Illustration" - Alain Voss
    p.04 - "...And..."
    p.05-06 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius: Chapter One: A Dangerous Overhaul" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
    p.07-16 - "How Good Is Man?" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
    p.18-20 - "The Singsong Of Cecily Snow" - Theodore Sturgeon and Chris Callis
    p.21-25 - "Jet Man" - Angus McKie (reprinted in The Best Of 1982)
    p.28-29 - "Le Garage: Chapter Two: Alert On The Tundra" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
    p.30-44 - "Turod: The Last Knight Of The Age: The Palace Of The Sorcerers" - Phil Rosilio and Iso Kahn
    p.45-52 - "Den" - Richard Corben
    p.53-64 - "Diabolical Planet: Opération Omega: A Space Adventure" - Maurice Leblanc and Denis Sire
    p.66-74 - "Jean Cyriaque: In You I Am Reborn" - Jean-Pierre Dionnet and Jean Solé
    p.76-77 - "The Airtight Garage Of Jerry Cornelius: Chapter Three: The Plot Thickens" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
    p.78-85 - "White Night" - Elisabeth "Zha" Salomon and Nicole Claveloux (reprinted in The Best Of 1982)
    p.86-96 - "Polonius" - Philippe Picaret and Jacques Tardi
    Back Cover - Berni Wrightson



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    The Good: Moebius starts a new ongoing series in this issue, called "The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius" which is a little disjointed, but thus far is pretty good. "Polonius" and "Den" also continue, and continue to bring some quality to the issue. This issue also has what I'd consider possibly one of the best of the one-shot stories in the magazine - "Turod". Not only is it a one-shot that doesn't have an outer-limits ending, but it's also a one-shot that has what I'd consider more of an up...

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