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Join Betty and Veronica for the jolliest ALL-NEW Christmas stories of the year! Veronica's got quite a collection of cards -- no, not Christmas cards, credit cards! But who knew they could provide more than just a form of payment? Find out the other use of credit in "It's in the Cards." Then, Santa is reviewing his gift list and his elves are working overtime to supply him with spreadsheets regarding the behavior of kids of all ages. But something's weird in one of his Riverdale spreadsheets: Betty Cooper—naughty? Veronica Lodge—nice?? Santa’s puzzled—usually it’s the other way around! St. Nick decides to go undercover to learn what is behind the Betty and Veronica turn-around in the best possible disguise—as a shopping mall Santa! Find out what caused this merry mix-up in “Naughty or Nice?” Unwrap these stories and MORE in this collection of ALL-NEW holiday fun!
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Grant Morrison continues his run as Heavy Metal's new Editor-In-Chief with his ongoing story BEACHHEAD, and his new story for issue #281. HM's publisher, Kevin Eastman presents his first HM Cover! Also continuing are Eniki Bilal, Erika Lewis, and J.K. Woodward's The 49th Key, Mozchops' irreverent insect opus, Salsa Invertebraxa, and much more!
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Continuing his run as Editor-In-Chief, Grant Morrison serves up another edgy story and a cast of world class writers and artists in this Sci-Fi themed issue. Grant Morrison teams up with artist Rian Hughes for a twister sure to entertain, Mozchops SALSA INVERTEBRAXA continues to thrill and this is all behind covers designed by the winners of Heavy Metal and Threadless' Design Challenge to find the next great Heavy Metal Cover Artist!
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HEAVY METAL dives deep into the dark side in the FEAR SPECIAL. Featuring Morrison, Mozchops, Mahoney, Gerhard, de Campi, Ordway, Walton, Lehi, Stoupakis, Agrimbau, Delpeche, Roldan, Ippoliti, Cherry Prior, May and more!
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Grant Morrison continues his reign as Editor-in-Chief by contributing a new story to shock and outrage! It's a tale of sword, sorcery, and psychopaths in The Savage Sword of Jesus Christ! Also on deck is the first chapter of Eniki Bilal's "The Color of Air" and the continuation of Salsa Invertebraxa by Mozchops and Zentropa by John Mahoney.
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All you need is the HM LOVE SPECIAL! Featuring Grant Morrison, "Al Shiteru!" by Liberatore, "The Color of Air" Part 2 by Enki Bilal, "Gut Ghost: The Letters of the Beast" by Enzo Garza, "They Lived Happily Ever After" by Fernando Baldo, "Lil Charlie" Part 2 by John Bivens & Omar Esteves, "Lure" by Chas! Pang burn and Matias Lazaro, "Zentropa" Part 5 by John Mahoney, "Frankenstein Unrequited" by Dean Haspiel, and much more!
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Since mankind's earliest days and stories told around campfires with the darkness of night encroaching on the light, the stories we tell one another have been tinged with magic. From mighty warlocks commanding the forces of nature to gentle fables of urban fantasy, magic is all around us, and in this issue, Grant Morrison and the writers and artists he select explore the magic that touches our souls and fills our nightmares.
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The FIRST EVER MUSIC ISSUE! One-of-kind issue featuring adaptations of songs by some of metal and rock's hardest hitting bands!
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Heavy Metal issue #288 is the most bizarre and multigenerational issue to date! Featuring creators from all four decades of Heavy Metal's history, issue #288 has: Richard Corben is back! The Heavy Metal icon returns for an ongoing, 15 part story entitled -- MURKY WORLD Kevin Eastman & Simon Bisley team up to tackle their adaptation of chart topping metal band, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH's hit song -- THE BLEEDING Grant Morrison serves up two cautionary tales of the bizarre -- a new short -- NEW MADONNA, painted by Menton3 and an old classic published here in color for the first time -- THE HOUSE OF HEART'S DESIRE with art by Dominic Regan. Frank Frazetta, Jr. pens an article on his father's classic piece -- THE DEATH DEALER, and much more!
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Heavy Metal #289 features the next step in science fiction. Including a free augmented reality app for iphone and android, this is heavy metal's first truly interactive issue. Issue #289 features an international roster of astounding creators!
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Take a ride on the DEADLY SPECIAL - featuring tales almost too terrifying to tell!
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The FETISH SPECIAL specializing in tales to tickle all of your fancies... however odd, macabre, and dangerous!
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THE PSYCHEDELIC SPECIAL featuring stories that are way out there!
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Beyond the Darkness Special featuring tales of horror.
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The Industrial Special featuring stories about machines gone amok.
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The Music Special featuring adaptations of songs by some of the heaviest, most metal bands in creation!
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Some say that today's most innovative artists are not hunched over a desk pouring their souls out onto dead-tree or a Wacom -- but spray-painting and wheatpasting them onto walls. Don't tell them where art doesn't belong, because that's exactly where they'll take it. In this issue we speak with leading artists Shepard Fairey and Hebru Brantley, and present a thrilling tale from Tristan Eaton (all three are cover artists as well). With unconventional storytelling from other creators, plus the latest by Richard Corben and Grant Morrison, this is one you don't want to miss!
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This frosty wonderland of festive stories features three covers and an issue jam-packed with holiday tales!
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In this issue, the Furthest Reaches Special, managing editor Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash, Halloween, Batman Eternal) helms the intergalactic Heavy Metal starship bound for Alpha Proxima 9! An amazing collection of all-new science fiction tales fills this issue. Stories so twisted they are sure to blow a circuit in that defective cybernetic implant you had inserted into your cerebellum.
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Heavy Metal 299, the Mythic Worlds special, assembles yet another impressive lineup of talent to bring you the best in science-fiction and fantasy, including legends like Richard Corben and Philippe Caza; repeat contributors like John Bivens, Peach Momoko and Steve Mannion; and numerous first-timers. We're taking readers to the edge of fantasy and beyond with this specially curated issue.
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When the Belgian cartoonist Peyo created a village of cute little woodland creatures for his heroes Johan and Peewit to discover, he couldn't have known that they would wildly outgrow those humble origins to become a worldwide phenomenon all on their own. More than 50 years later, The Smurfs continue to delight us all with their silliness, bravery, heroism, and heart, and now we finally have a definitive collection of Peyo's original comics to see where it all began.
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One of Peyo's most iconic smurfs, the Astrosmurf, gets the deluxe ANTHOLOGY treatment. Fifty years ago, mankind set off into outer space. Now, a smurf sets foot on another planet . . . or does he? Could it possibly be a smurfspiracy to fool Dreamy Smurf into becoming the Astrosmurf? Or has Dreamy Smurf gone where no Smurf has gone before? Also featuring "The Smurfs and the Howlibird" and "The Cursed Land," a Johan and Peewit story appearing here in a U.S. edition for the first time! The Smurfs have delighted us all with their silliness, bravery, heroism, and heart for over 50 years, and now we finally have a definitive collection of Peyo's original comics to see where it all began.
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Another iconic Smurf, The Smurf Apprentice, gets the Anthology treatment! A smurf wants to emulate Papa Smurf, and decides the best way to do so would be to practice magic. So, the smurf sneaks into Gargamel's lab and steals instructions for a magic potion. The smurf foolishly drinks the potion and is turned into a monstrous lizard that all of the smurfs fear. Can Papa Smurf create an antidote? Or will the Smurfs be seeing green for the rest of their lives? The Smurfs have delighted us all with their silliness, bravery, heroism, and heart for over 50 years, and now we finally have a definitive collection of Peyo's original comics to see where it all began.
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Smurf vs. Smurf and Smurf Soup get the Anthology treatment! While Papa Smurf works in his laboratory, two Smurfs begin arguing about the proper use of the word "smurf." Smurfs that live in the northern part of the village use it as a verb (as in "bottle smurfer"), while the southerners use it as a noun (as in "smurf opener"). Without Papa Smurf around to calm things down, the argument quickly escalates until the northern and southern smurfs divide themselves along the village lines! Plus, another never-before-seen Johan & Peewit comic, featuring the Smurfs!
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