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The Official Game Of Thrones Coloring Book., Martin,  George R. R.
201 Martin, George R. R.The Official Game Of Thrones Coloring Book. 41473
Bantam Books: NY. 20015.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize paperback original.


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202 Matthews, RodneyMichael Moorcock's Wizardry & Wild Romance, Interpreted by Rodney Matthews: 1978 Calendar. 42973
Big O Publishing: London. 1977
First edition (& 1st printing).
Calendar.
Oversize calendar. Twelve oversize colour illustrations by Rodney Matthews (January - December) each illustrating some text, plus Moorcock bibliography.

Near fine (NF) copy in plastic spiral binding.

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Klingklangklatch., Mcdonald,  Ian (& David Lyttleton, illus.)
203 Mcdonald, Ian (& David Lyttleton, illus.)Klingklangklatch. 14167
Victor Gollancz: London. 1992.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize hardcover.
Full-colour graphic novel adaptation by David Lyttleton of an original Ian Mcdonald story.

Fine copy in pictorial boards, as issued without dustjacket (as new).

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Ted McKeever's Metropol., McKeever,  Ted
204 McKeever, TedTed McKeever's Metropol. 11157
Blue Eyed Dog Ltd: London. 1995.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
B/w graphic art. Collects together in book form the 12-volume series of comics (written & illustrated by McKeever) published by Epic in the early 1990's, with other material: foreword by the artist and short introduction from Lydia Lunch.

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Metal Hurlant no 13., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
205 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 13. 42945
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 13 (January 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 15., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
206 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 15. 42946
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 15 (March 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 16., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
207 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 16. 42947
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 16 (April 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 17., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
208 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 17. 42948
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 17 (May 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 18., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
209 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 18. 42949
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 18 (June 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 19., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
210 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 19. 42950
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 19 (July 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 20., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
211 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 20. 42951
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 20 (August 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 21., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
212 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 21. 42952
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 21 (September 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 22., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
213 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 22. 42953
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 22 (October 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 23., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
214 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 23. 42954
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 23 (November 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 24., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
215 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 24. 42955
Les Humanoides Associes. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 24 (December 1977). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 25., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
216 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 25. 42956
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 25 (January 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 26., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
217 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 26. 42957
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 26 (February 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 27., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
218 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 27. 42958
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 27 (March 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 28., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
219 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 28. 42959
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 28 (April 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 29., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
220 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 29. 42960
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 29 (May 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 30., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
221 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 30. 42961
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 30 (June 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 31., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
222 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 31. 42962
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 31 (July 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 32., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
223 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 32. 42963
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 32 (August 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 33., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
224 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 33. 42964
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 33 (September 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 34., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
225 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 34. 42965
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 34 (October 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 35., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
226 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 35. 42966
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 35 (November 1978). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 36: Special Fin Du Monde issue., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
227 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 36: Special Fin Du Monde issue. 42943
Les Humanoides Associes. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 36 (December 1978): Special End Of The World Issue. 150 pages. French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 39: Secial Rock issue., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
228 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 39: Secial Rock issue. 42939
Les Humanoides Associes. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 39 (March 1979): Special Rock Issue. 150 pages. French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 42: Special Guerre issue., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
229 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 42: Special Guerre issue. 42940
Les Humanoides Associes. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 42 (June 1979): Special War Issue. 150 pages. French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 43: Special Alien Movie issue., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
230 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 43: Special Alien Movie issue. 42942
Les Humanoides Associes. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 43 (1979): Special Alien Movie Issue. 150 pages. French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 46: Special Humour issue., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
231 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 46: Special Humour issue. 42938
Les Humanoides Associes. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 46 (December 1979): Special Humour Issue. 156 pages. French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 49: Special Bizarre issue., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
232 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 49: Special Bizarre issue. 42941
Les Humanoides Associes. 1980.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 49 (April 1980): Special Bizarre Issue. 150 pages. French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Metal Hurlant no 9., METAL HURLANT,  (France)
233 METAL HURLANT, (France)Metal Hurlant no 9. 42944
Les Humanoides Associes. 1976.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Slick magazine.
Issue no 9 (September 1976). French text.

''French Bedsheet-size, glossy colour comic-strip sf magazine launched January 1975 by Bernard Farkas, Jean-Pierre Dionnet and illustrators Jean Giraud and Philippe Druillet; published by Les Humanöids Associées. Conceived as a high-quality showcase for the growing number of French sf artists, Métal Hurlant was an instant success, combining many aspects of sf narrative with particular stress on the erotic, the grotesque and the horrific in illustrated form. Although it was accused of putting emphasis on graphics rather than content, its influence was notable throughout Europe and North America, and translations of its contents appeared in similar magazines in the USA (in particular Heavy Metal), Italy, Spain, Holland and elsewhere. Major contributors included Druillet, Giraud, Alexis (Dominique Valler, Enki Bilal, Vaughn Bodé, Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou, Nicole Claveloux, Serge Clerc, Richard Corben, F'Murr (Richard Peyzaret, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean-Claude Gal, Dominique Hé, Jacques Lob, Sergio Macedo, Nikita Mandryka, Francis Massé, Jean-Claude Mézières, Réné Pétillon and Jacques Tardi. Quarterly from its inception, Métal Hurlant became a monthly with no 9 (September 1976), at which time it began to carry a warning forbidding sale to minors. Métal Hurlant also published a series of Hors Serie(specials) on themes such as the End of the World and H P Lovecraft'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Hellboy: The Right Hand Of Doom., Mignola,  Mike (HELLBOY)
234 Mignola, Mike (HELLBOY)Hellboy: The Right Hand Of Doom. 33908
Dark Horse Books: OR. 2000.
Second printing.
Oversize paperback original.
Full colour graphic novel.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 5.00 GBP
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The Absolute Authority: Volume Two., Millar,  Mark
235 Millar, MarkThe Absolute Authority: Volume Two. 35220
Wildstorm Productions/DC Comics: NY. 2003.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize hardcover.
Full colour comic strips.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket and pictorial slipcase (as new) but for slight wear to slipcase.

Price: 75.00 GBP
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Firebrands: The Heroines Of Science Fiction., Miller,  Ron
236 Miller, RonFirebrands: The Heroines Of Science Fiction. 04523
Paper Tiger: London. 1998.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize pictorial covers.
112 pages of colour fantasy art: text by Pamela Sargent.

Fine (as new) copy.

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Monster Fun Annual 1980., MONSTER FUN ANNUAL,
237 MONSTER FUN ANNUAL,Monster Fun Annual 1980. 42561
IPC Magazines: London. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Children's annual: b/w comic strips, a little colour.

Page edges browning, a near fine copy in pictorial boards (as issued).

Price: 8.00 GBP
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The Jewel In The Skull., Moorcock,  Michael (& Jim Cawthorn)
238 Moorcock, Michael (& Jim Cawthorn)The Jewel In The Skull. 09092
Savoy: Manchester. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize paperback original.
B/w graphic novel adaptation by long-time Moorcock collaborator and artist Jim Cawthorn: full colour front and back cover art.

Near fine copy.

Price: 15.00 GBP
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The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Volume 11., Moore,  Alan (& Kevin O'Neill)
239 Moore, Alan (& Kevin O'Neill)The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Volume 11. 35215
America's Best Comics: La Jolla, CA. 2003.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize hardcover.
Colour comic strips and text.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Saga Of The Swamp Thing Book One., Moore,  Alan (SWAMP THING)
240 Moore, Alan (SWAMP THING)Saga Of The Swamp Thing Book One. 43262
Vertigo/DC Comics: NY. 2009.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize hardcover.
Full colour graphic novel, collecting the individual 1984 comic issues THE SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING no 20 - 27 . Foreword by Ramsey Campbell.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 40.00 GBP
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The Ghoul., Niles,  Steve (ill. by Bernie Wrightson)
241 Niles, Steve (ill. by Bernie Wrightson)The Ghoul. 36047
IDW Publishing. 2010.
4th printing.
Oversize hardcover.
Full colour graphic novel, written by Niles, illustrated by Wrightson.

Fine copy in pictorial boards, as issued without dustjacket (as new).

Price: 8.00 GBP
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James Bond Movie Posters: The Official 007 Collection., Nourmand,  Tony
242 Nourmand, TonyJames Bond Movie Posters: The Official 007 Collection. 33813
Boxtree: London. 2001.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize hardcover.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 30.00 GBP
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Hardboiled America: The Lurid Years Of Papewrbacks., O'Brien,  Geoffrey
243 O'Brien, GeoffreyHardboiled America: The Lurid Years Of Papewrbacks. 36696
Van Nostrand Reinhold: NY. 1981.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
144 pages: the (illustrated, mostly b/w covers with a sixteen page colour section) history of American crime paperbacks, with a checklist (''The Hardboiled Era, 1929-1958'').

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The Mighty Thor: Marvel Comics Index #5., Olshevsky,  George (THOR)
244 Olshevsky, George (THOR)The Mighty Thor: Marvel Comics Index #5. 18568
G&T Enterprises: Canada. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize stapled pictorial covers.
96 page reference guide to the Marvel comic series (1962-1977 series).

NF/Fine copy.

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Jeff Hawke Book One (inscribed by artist Sydney Jordan).., Patterson,  Willie (& Sydney Jordan) JEFF HAWKE
245 Patterson, Willie (& Sydney Jordan) JEFF HAWKEJeff Hawke Book One (inscribed by artist Sydney Jordan).. 27700
Titan Books: London. 1986 (June).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize pictorial covers.
B/w newspaper comic strips: introduction by Sydney Jordan. INSCRIBED BY ARTIST SYDNEY JORDAN/''For Dave, a Dundee fan!! Sydney Jordan '89''.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Phantasma: Cinema Beyond Reality vol 1 no 2., PHANTASMA,  (ed. Jack Brent)
246 PHANTASMA, (ed. Jack Brent)Phantasma: Cinema Beyond Reality vol 1 no 2. 42839
Jack Brent: Albany, NY. 1988.
First edition.
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
Winter 1988 issue. Second issue (of four published in total 1988-1990) of glossy cinema horror/sf small-press magazine.

''digest-size saddle-stapled cinema semiprozine. Four issues, 1988 to 1990. A worthy attempt at a more scholarly film publication on horror and sf than generally seen in the US, Phantasma perhaps inevitably attracted too small an audience to survive. Features included a study of the Frankenstein Monster in film, a tribute to Boris Karloff tribute, and a survey of Hammer Films. The final issue featured an in-depth look at the career of Ray Harryhausen, together with his mentor Willis H O'Brien'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Fine (as new) copy.

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Phantasmagoria No 1., PHANTASMAGORIA,  (ed. Kenneth R. Smith)
247 PHANTASMAGORIA, (ed. Kenneth R. Smith)Phantasmagoria No 1. 33109
1971 (Summer).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Magazine.
Beautifully produced A4 fanzine/magazine to showcase the fantasy art (and fantasy fiction - not so good!) of editor and publisher Kenneth Smith.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 15.00 GBP
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Phantasmagoria no 3., PHANTASMAGORIA,  (ed. Kenneth R. Smith)
248 PHANTASMAGORIA, (ed. Kenneth R. Smith)Phantasmagoria no 3. 33110
1972 (January).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Magazine.
Beautifully produced A4 fanzine/magazine to showcase the fantasy art (and fantasy fiction - not so good!) of editor and publisher Kenneth Smith.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 15.00 GBP
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Elfquest no. 3: The Challenge., Pini,  Ricard (& Wendy Pini) ELFQUEST
249 Pini, Ricard (& Wendy Pini) ELFQUESTElfquest no. 3: The Challenge. 33124
Warp Graphics: Taunton, MA. 1978.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Comic.
Third issue. Elfquest began life in Fantasy Quarterly #1 (1978), but when its publishing company, Independent Publishers Syndicate, went out of business the Pinis went on to produce their saga independently as Warp Graphics, launching Elfquest no. 1 - 21 (1978 - 1985). Marvel Comics then picked up the title and reprinted the entire first run in their Epic line (1985 - 1988), and there further stories were released by Warp.

''epic cycle of comic-strip adult fairytales concerning a race of immortal, shapeshifting, telepathic elves, created by husband-and-wife team Wendy and Richard Pini. The myth-of-origin story told of a group of immortal beings forced to leave their dying home planet to search for a new world. One group finds a planet which they call The World of Two Moons, inhabited by a human-like race with a medieval society. This race has a mythology involving elves, and the immortals alter their appearance to resemble these and their spaceship to resemble a huge edifice. However, they are inadvertently thrown back in time to a prehistoric age, before the mythology was established, and find themselves feared and attacked by cavemen; those not killed are driven away from their ship. The story then shifts in time to an early medieval period (before that in which the spaceships landed) when there is a war between the elven descendants and the natives. The elves have been scattered into several different tribes by now, and the tales focus on one of these, The Wolfriders, who live in a forest environment and have formed very close links with wolves. Their leader is Cutter, whose adviser and confidant is Skywise. The elves can communicate telepathically- ''sending'' - and are impelled to reproduce with a member of the opposite sex who has exactly compatible strengths and talents, whom they instantly discern upon first meeting - a system which sometimes falls out well and sometimes not. The saga goes on to relate how the tribe is driven from the forest and encounters others of its kind in a desert, where Cutter recognizes his predestined mate, Leetah. The series draws in many other plot threads and continues to expand in scope and complexity'' (Ron Tiner Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Elfquest no. 4: The Challenge., Pini,  Ricard (& Wendy Pini) ELFQUEST
250 Pini, Ricard (& Wendy Pini) ELFQUESTElfquest no. 4: The Challenge. 33125
Warp Graphics: Taunton, MA. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Comic.
Fourth issue. Elfquest began life in Fantasy Quarterly #1 (1978), but when its publishing company, Independent Publishers Syndicate, went out of business the Pinis went on to produce their saga independently as Warp Graphics, launching Elfquest no. 1 - 21 (1978 - 1985). Marvel Comics then picked up the title and reprinted the entire first run in their Epic line (1985 - 1988), and there further stories were released by Warp.

''epic cycle of comic-strip adult fairytales concerning a race of immortal, shapeshifting, telepathic elves, created by husband-and-wife team Wendy and Richard Pini. The myth-of-origin story told of a group of immortal beings forced to leave their dying home planet to search for a new world. One group finds a planet which they call The World of Two Moons, inhabited by a human-like race with a medieval society. This race has a mythology involving elves, and the immortals alter their appearance to resemble these and their spaceship to resemble a huge edifice. However, they are inadvertently thrown back in time to a prehistoric age, before the mythology was established, and find themselves feared and attacked by cavemen; those not killed are driven away from their ship. The story then shifts in time to an early medieval period (before that in which the spaceships landed) when there is a war between the elven descendants and the natives. The elves have been scattered into several different tribes by now, and the tales focus on one of these, The Wolfriders, who live in a forest environment and have formed very close links with wolves. Their leader is Cutter, whose adviser and confidant is Skywise. The elves can communicate telepathically- ''sending'' - and are impelled to reproduce with a member of the opposite sex who has exactly compatible strengths and talents, whom they instantly discern upon first meeting - a system which sometimes falls out well and sometimes not. The saga goes on to relate how the tribe is driven from the forest and encounters others of its kind in a desert, where Cutter recognizes his predestined mate, Leetah. The series draws in many other plot threads and continues to expand in scope and complexity'' (Ron Tiner Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Price: 15.00 GBP
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