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This is one of three panel transitions by this creator in this issue. The number of panels has the feel of storyboards and not necessarily comics.

(Heavy Metal issue #82, January 1984 - Page 32 Erotica per Barbe)

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This page is a throwback to the dream sequence at the beginning of the story - same color scheme, costume and callback to Little Nemo in Slumberland. The difference being that this isn’t a dream sequence - the city that the little boy lives in now looks like this and he’s actively encouraged to walk around dressed like this. The punchline of the story is that he doesn’t want to live in this wonderland - something about it just doesn’t feel right to him. That’s a natural reaction, seeing as how the community is a wholly artificial construct.

(Heavy Metal issue #78, September 1983 - Page 14 The City that Didn’t Exist by Christin and Bilal)

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The third story in a triptych by these two creators about small towns and contemporary social issues, this story starts with a riff on Little Nemo in Slumberland that becomes very obvious on the third page when the little prince shown in yellow here wakes up crying out for his Mama.

Bilal’s version of a Nemo dreamscape is almost menacing - maybe it has something to do with the combination of bright, almost pastel colors and his obsessively harsh edges and crosshatching.

(Heavy Metal issue #72, March 1983 - Page 12 The City that Didn’t Exist by Christin and Bilal)

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The story so far: Tarn has somehow grown to an enormous size and allied himself with the horde of ravenous creatures destroying the countryside. In these three pages, we find that Tarn was actually impregnated with an enormous creature that looks amazingly like a penis with arms. This creature eats it’s way out of Tarn and then eats Tarn’s wife, using a mouth that looks amazingly like a vagina.

There is a fair amount of body horror implicit in the transformation sequence, which is probably not alieviated by the fact that this kind of “eat from the inside” incubation is not unusual in the insect kingdom. If Corben has done his job properly, the viewer’s face should be really similar to Den’s face in the bottom of the first page.

(Heavy Metal issue #71, February 1983 - Pages 17,18&19 Den II by Corben)

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In this story, Caza has drifted away from his photorealist soft hippy style into a more angular stylized line. In many ways, this looks like Caza’s Moebius period - a lot of artists from the period imitated Moebius at one time or another. While that imitation helped artists like Enki Bilal, it was not entirely to Caza’s benefit - his native art style is beautiful and very unique. This angular work pushed Caza into P Craig Russell territory - not necessarily a bad thing, just not what I prefer to see from him.

(Heavy Metal issue #69, December 1982 - Page 21 ‘Aemorraghe by Caza)

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Tokyo Ghost #1 by Sean Gordon Murphy / Website & Matt Hollingsworth

New series by Rick Remender, Sean Murphy and Matt Hollingsworth coming to Image Comics, July 2015.

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A haircut drawing my bad dude Marian did awhile back. Marian’s tumbr

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Cuckoos heart Quentin. A friendly reminder. 

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DMC got the new issue.

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coffeekitty:

Ref sketching!

Excited for more Marley comics