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  • 100-word story by Reed Beebe

    “Front Toward Enemy” August 6, 1968 Dear Mom, Finally made it to Vietnam.  I’m OK.  I know you don’t approve, but I hope you understand my desire to serve my country.  Besides, Jane couldn’t deal with my condition.  After the breakup, I needed a change. The guys kid me.  They painted “Front Toward Enemy” on …

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  • Comix by bason and jlee

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  • Short Fiction by Richard Caldwell

    The Homecoming Dance “This is the excellent foppery of the world, that, when we are sick in fortune,–often the surfeit of our own behavior,–we make guilty of our disasters the sun, the moon, and the stars: as if we were villains by necessity; fools by heavenly compulsion; knaves, thieves, and treachers, by spherical predominance; drunkards, …

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  • Illustration by Brock Hofer

    Heavy Metal is excited to bring you some bloodcurdling images from rockin’ Brock Hofer! Check out his awesome work below and hit his site for more gut-wrenching art! www.behance.net/brockhofer

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  • Short fiction by Konstantine Paradias

    “Shamgar Shroud and the Quasid Emperor” Bound by chains forged from the heart of a dwarf star, enclosed in an dis-entropic shell, contained within an orichalcum casing, held aloft by gravitron beams that reproduced the effects of Magamun’s crushing gravity, Shamgar Shroud was led before the Quasid Emperor. “Quasid-Ya!” the Grand Templar, Host of the …

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  • Burger King Goes Goth!

    Burger King goes ‘goth’ in Japan with their ‘Black Burger’ (and black cheese) Writing abysmal poetic laments, watching The Crow on endless loop, sleeping all day with your sunglasses on, and teasing your hair into a proper Robert Smith ape scrotum explosion can all add up to awfully hungry work, but regular food is so …

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  • “Anna’s Grave” by Matthew Farrell

    Most people believe graves are dug six feet deep, but the fact of the matter is their depth is only four feet, and has been for some time.  An outbreak of plague in 17th Century England set the original mandate of burial depth.   As disease covered the country, laws were passed regarding how to deal …

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  • Heavy Metal and Asylum Press join forces to create horror and sci-fi extravaganza

    Heavy Metal and Asylum Press join forces to create horror and sci-fi extravaganza for issue #271 of the World’s Greatest Illustrated magazine Frank Forte, Publisher at Asylum Press, named guest editor for Heavy Metal #271, gathers together a worldwide talent base to create this astounding issue of horror, science fiction humor and erotica Aug. 18, …

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  • Slash and Dine – The Burning

    It will take you further than fear! Summer is coming to an end, but we can’t possibly let it slide by without talking about one of the best campfire stories out there, The Burning. Out at Camp Blackwood, a group of teenagers decide to play a prank on the camp’s caretaker, but it goes terribly …

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  • GWAR’s Brad Roberts on reinventing the band following Dave Brockie’s death

    Metal Insider is your source for breaking metal music news, reviews, analysis and gossip. Starting on Friday, August 15th, GWAR and its fans will be going through something they’ve never done before. While the 5th Annual GWAR-B-Q will take place the following day, it’ll be the first one they’ll be doing without Dave Brockie, aka …

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