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2000 AD sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Narcopolis: Continuum #4 that is scheduled to arrive on April 6th.

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Heavy Metal sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Narcopolis: Continuum #2 by Scott Duvall and Ralf Singh.

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Time travel rarely ever ends will, and adding drugs in to the mix can’t end well. Find out where the mix takes scientist Ben in the Major Spoilers review of Narcopolis: Continuum #1.

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Heavy Metal releases Narcopolis: Continuum #1 this week, and the publisher sent us a sneak peek of the issue.

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Heavy Metal Magazine will translate Pepe Moreno’s Gene Kong into English for the first time in a two part series.

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Did you pick up the latest issue of Heavy Metal Magazine this week? If not, take the jump and check out this preview.

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The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Heavy Metal will adapt the Image Comics Roche Limit for the big screen.

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Ever since the release of the 1981 movie ‘Heavy Metal,’ fans have had opinions about why a certain segment just sort of… ends.  Sit back, grab some teutonium nyborg (if you have any left in the transmitter compartment), and stand by for answers! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of So Beautiful And So Dangerous #1 awaits!

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Press Release Heavy Metal and Asylum Press have joined forces to bring you Heavy metal #271–The Asylum Press Special!–a sci-fi/horror spectacular that is sure to erupt your deviant mind.

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Regular Spoilerites are probably already aware of your humble MS-QOTD’s brain’s tendency to randomly store useless information for later use in discussions of things barely related, but some may not realize the downside of that dubious skill.  For the last couple of days, I’ve had ‘Glad Girls’ by Guided By Voices stuck in my head, thanks to its use in a fantasy montage on a rerun of ‘How I Met Your Mother’, and woke up this morning literally humming the song.  It could be worse, though, as the song is catchy and perfectly suited to the moment in question, making

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Press Release The World’s Greatest Illustrated Magazine Spotlights Jesse Negron’s DRAVN In #262 Hitting stores now, fans are in for another themed-issue treat as DRAVN is unleashed for a full-issue saga of inter-related tales where dizzying heights of storytelling mastery cross paths with unadulterated science-fantasy. What if super-powered heroes and villains have always existed, buried somewhere under our mythology and folklore? We’re not talking about capes and tights, we’re talking about the real demi-gods that walked and pounded the Earth!

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Press Release The Heavy Metal’s 35th Anniversary Release Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse has launched its third art contest “What is your Vision of Famine?”. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse series has garnered high reviews wherever it has been read. The series itself is available digitally and in print and the final book in the series is hitting stores this November. Artists everywhere have been asking for months when the next art contest would be happening and the answer is now! Entering is simple. Post your submission to AND YOU ARE IN!

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Press Release The Heavy Metal 35th Anniversary Release Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse has launched it’s second art contest “What is your Vision of War?”. The fantastic apocalyptic submissions from the first Four Horsemen contest “What is your vision of Pestilence” drew fans from all over the USA. “What is your vision of War?” is open to fans all over the world.

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Press Release Heavy Metal Magazine announced today that with the June 27th comic store release of their 35th anniversary book Four Horsemen Of the Apocalypse Book 1: Helldiver (ISBN: 978-1935351-49-8)they will be changing their release policy to Day and Date for all future books. Digital copies of the book will be available for purchase at Fans can find a local comic store via the Heavy Metal Comic Shop locator by visiting Is your store not listed? Email with the details of your location.

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