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  • Gorillaz Drop 4 Videos Ahead of First Album in 6 Years

    Gorillaz, the world’s most successful virtual band, have kept a low profile in recent years—their last studio album, The Fall, came out in late 2010. What’s more, the group, visualized and co-conceived by Jamie Hewlett and Damon Albarn, hasn’t been seen in a new music video since 2012. With the release of the video for …

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  • Bernie Wrightson’s Prints and Paintings (14 Images)

    Here’s another look at the work of the late Bernie Wrightson, the legendary illustrator and comics artist who died March 18. For a little more about Bernie, see our previous post on his Swamp Thing covers. Wrightson was known for his work on comics and comic magazines like Swamp Thing and Warren Publishing’s Creepy, and …

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  • On Sale Now: The Doorman Collected!

    Good news, comics lovers: The Doorman, the standalone miniseries that we published in 2016, is now available as a collected edition. To refresh your memory, The Doorman is a comedic sci-fi adventure written by Daniel Kibblesmith (of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) and Eliot Rahal (The Paybacks), and features art by Kendall Goode. What’s …

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  • 11 Classic Swamp Thing Covers by Bernie Wrightson

    As you’ve no doubt heard, Bernie Wrightson, a legend of comic art and illustration, died over the weekend. Wrightson was notable for his amazing skill as an illustrator, particularly of horror and fantasy comics. He was also a key player in Heavy Metal‘s history, holding the distinction of being the first non-European artist to score …

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  • 13-Page Preview: Heavy Metal 285, the Love Issue!

    Heads up Heavy Metal fans, issue #285 is on its way! It’s the Love Special, and we’ve assembled a crazy eclectic batch of stories about romance, or at least sex, and if not sex then violence… or just cosmic weirdness. We’re not Harlequin Romance, after all—we’re Heavy Metal (available next week from your finer comics …

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  • Behind the SFX of Doctor Strange and Rogue One

    Industrial Light & Magic has slapped up some eye-popping videos on its YouTube channel for the lead-up to the 2017 Oscars. The firm has three nominations in the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects category, for its work on Doctor Strange, Star Wars: Rogue One, and Deepwater Horizon. These brief clips show how the cutting-edge …

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  • Toy Glory: Robert X Burden’s Epic Paintings

    The Gregorio Escalante Gallery in Los Angeles is currently hosting a collection of paintings that give a Renaissance grandeur to the action figures and toys many of us grew up with. The show, called “Original Myth,” collects the epic canvases of Robert X. Burden, an artist who has spent years creating meticulously-composed paintings that imagine, …

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  • 14-Page Preview of Heavy Metal 284, the Mythic Special!

    Hold on to your mistletoe, Heavy Metal fans — issue 284, our “Mythic Special,” is headed your way! And when we talk about myths, there’s really no better embodiment of the concept than our own iconic heroine Taarna. Yes, the star of the full length animated Heavy Metal movie (released 35 years ago!) is back. …

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  • The Vibrant, Sultry Art of Claudia “Scarlet Gothica” Ianniciello [12 Images]

    Ask Italian artist Claudia “Scarlet Gothica” Ianniciello about her influences and her answer might take you back to Art History 101. The autobiographical page on her website, scarletgothica.com, cites Sandro Botticelli, Caravaggio, Caspar David Friedrich, Gustave Moreau, Arnold Bocklin, Degas, Manet, and many others. In the current era, her tastes tend toward Milo

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  • Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Parts 50, 51 and 52!

    It’s time for three more installments of “Where Is Zog?”! For previous episodes see the “Where Is Zog?” archive. If you’re digging Zog, visit Jeff Martin’s Patreon page (where you can see Zog comics a week early), ComiXology (where you can buy issue #1) and RentAThugComics.com (where you can buy issue #1 in print). See …

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