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Heavy Metal 278 Is Almost Sold Out!

Heavy Metal 278

If you didn’t get it, you’d better get it now.

Heavy Metal #278 features another assault on your science fiction and horror senses. This holiday issue is overflowing with a bevy of rich content that would make even Scrooge blush! Pepe Moreno returns to the pages of Heavy Metal with “GENE KONG” part 1 (of 2), Abraham Martinez and Milton Sobreiro bring us “Then Came The Squid”, R.G. Llarena and Gil Augudin deliver “I win, We All Lose” a story of a dystopian gladiators gone bad, Bilal’s “Julia & ROEM” continues to haunt our nights, and Erika Lewis & J.K. Woodward’s “The 49th Key” is right in tune with the times! Kickstarter sensation “METAL MADE FLESH:INFECTION” rocks our futuristic nightmare worlds by Simeon Aston and Jeremy Biggs. And the first part of Sideshow Collectibles “Court of The Dead” by Corinna Bechko, Landry Q. Walker with art by the great Nat Jones. Featuring a group exhibit gallery by Bein Art.

How to get it:

Heavy Metal #278 with “Court of the Dead” cover by Tom Jilesen and Fabian Schlaga

Heavy Metal #278 with cover by Tom Wood SOLD OUT!

Heavy Metal #278 Sideshow exclusive with wraparound cover by Ian MacDonald

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Heavy Metal 278 Court of the Dead cover by Tom Jilesen (lines) and Fabian Schlaga (colors)

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Heavy Metal 278 subscriber cover by Tom Wood

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Court of the Dead Sideshow Collectibles wraparound cover by Ian MacDonald

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“Julia & Roem” by Enki Bilal from Heavy Metal 278

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“Then Came the Squid” by Abraham Martinez and Milton Sobreiro from Heavy Metal 278

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Interior art from Heavy Metal 278

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“Gene Kong” by Pepe Moreno from Heavy Metal 278

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David Stoupakis art from Heavy Metal 278

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Published on: February 26, 2016

Filled Under: Comics, Heavy Metal News, News, Previews, Top News

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One Response to Heavy Metal 278 Is Almost Sold Out!

  1. Mr. Morrison I am a fan. But, I read that you were in the process of creating a high concept comic deconstructing consumerism with a super soldier as the antagonist, my summary of what I read. You named it Warcop. Well sir I have waited too long I’m gonna make own interpretation of my summary, I mean disrespect but I can no longer wait for you to espouse your magick comic thesis on life between long intervals, technology and connectivity are the enemy of creative/magick entertainment.

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