Philippe Adamov, 1956-2020: A Master of Elegant Linework

Heavy Metal has just learned, very belatedly, that contributor Philippe Adamov died on February 3, 2020. Adamov was a brilliant draftsman, whose illustrations were notable for their stunning architectural settings. His style was in the ligne claire tradition, and his obituary in Le Figaro justly calls him an heir to Moebius. When people talk about […]

Adrian Cox Paints Eerie Specters Up to No Good, Deep in the Woods [12 Images]

Heavy Metal cover artist Adrian Cox has more eerie psychedelic scenes, currently on display at Cory Helford Gallery in a show called “Into the Spirit Garden.” Like so many public places, the gallery has closed its doors during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, although you may be able to arrange a visit — check the Corey […]

Hajime Sorayama’s Robo-Saurs Run Wild in Shibuya

Hajime Sorayama continues to push in new directions with a new show at the Nanazuka and Nanazuka 2G galleries in the Shibuya area of Tokyo. While there may be little chance that you’re in the neighborhood, given the world pandemic currently happening, we don’t even know whether this exhibition (March 14-April 12) is open or […]

‘Golem,’ Fiction by Joshua Sky

Story by Joshua Sky; art by Ian Tolmay Avi ran across the tarmac among a squad of 20 pilots. All of Israel and Palestine was in a state of emergency. Again. The threat was real and the threat was big, but this time, everyone was unsure exactly what the threat was. All they had were […]