The AMAZING LIBERTEENS
Story by Robert Jackson Jr.
art by Mike Leeke

Sometimes, tyranny needs a punch
in the mouth,
and the Amazing Liberteens are
just the teens for the job.



ATTILA The FROG
Story & Art by Don Lomax.


The conquering amphibian,
leading his army to the spoils of
victory and back before dinner.


BEM WORK
By Bernie Mireault

Bernie Mireaults comic archives.
BUGHOUSE
By Steve Lafler

Tenor saxophone maestro, Jimmy Watts, leads his talented band of bugs
from the swing era into the uncharted
maelstrom of Bop. And as he and his
band mates claw their way to the top
of the jazz world, they must fight the
temptation to be consumed by
addiction to a substance known as
"Bug Juice".


UPDATED WEEKLY!
The Heavy Adventures of
CAPTAIN OBESE

By Don Lomax.

Originally published by WARP
GRAPHICS in the late 1980s. The
comic has always been near and dear
to Don's heart since looking at
CAPTAIN OBESE for him is like looking in a mirror. The comic collected
some flack from the whining politically
correct crowd back when it was first
published but who other than a
morbidly obese artist should depict a
morbidly obese super hero? And that
was back in the days when everybody
was thin.
Today? CAPTAIN OBESE is the norm.


CRESCENT
By Reggie Byers

The Crescent Angel of Cario.
Turn from your wicked ways or be
smitten. Choose wisely!

CID & FRANCIS
By Mike Sgier

Cid & Francis chronicles the travels of
a pair of unlikely friends as they explore
the fantasy world of Vespers.
Cid is a wandering tree spirit who has
been joined on his journeys by Francis,
a young gnome who seeks out new
recipes for a restaurant he dreams of
opening in his homeland. In the course
of their adventures, they'll encounter
humor, love, tragedy, unexpected
friends and enemies, and strange
creatures long hidden from the world.


UPDATED WEEKLY!

DEATH FOR A DOLLAR
By Bill Cucinotta & Bernie Mireault

The government recognizes every citizens right to die and will aid any citizen to enforce said right, for the fee of one dollar.
DEPTH CHARGE
By Chris Kalnick

Chuckies back! Did you miss him?
There's a new hunter in the land of Artemis.
DOGBOY
by Steve Lafler

Imagine an enthusiastic, ambitious young artist of the 1980s who happens to have an enormous golden retriever head on a human body. Given to flights of fancy and the odd meditation on the truly mundane, this Dog Boy searches for meaning, all too often via a six pack of Rainer Ale pounders!
Steve Lafler sat down from 1982 to 1988 and drew about 500 pages of Dog Boy. Most of the time, he drew with no script, and in fact looked to empty his mind before putting pencil to bristol board.
Check the results and make your own judgements!

UPDATED WEEKLY!
DREAMCRAFT
Story Craig Rippon & Sam Custodio
Art Craig Rippon & Bill Anderson


Dreamcraft Futuristic neuron access
technology enables a psychologist
to enter the mind and psyche of his
troubled patient -
and inhabit the dreams therein -
but when the subject is murdered, the
doctor is trapped, and the limits of
heaven and hell are tested, as two men
share one death.

UPDATED WEEKLY!
EATEN BY PLANET 29
by Kevin Atkinson

When a couple of celestial do-gooders
interfere with Fate, vampire detective
Caleb Steel (Snarl, Rogue Satellite
Comics) finds himself escaped from the
fiery pit and back to his old stomping
grounds in a small Texas city. But
things aren't the same...An unruly gang
of ghosts has taken over his house and
Zack Golem, rodeo star turned sheriff is
suspicious once more, And what has become of Betty?

EL VOCHO
By Steve Lafler

A love story with a mean green twist. It pairs Eddie, a laconic boy/man artist, with Rosa, a Latina spitfire inventor. The two meet in a fender bender, tempers flare but sparks fly and they fall for each other. Inventor Rosa is trying to create the perfect clean energy engine, but something is missing and she can’t finish her dream machine. Then, Eddie’s preposterous giant sculptures inspire her, and she creates the perfect engine -- it runs on air, and it makes Eddie’s beat up VW bug fly!
Wait a minute! What about the bad guys, the evil empire? Big oil corporations hire thugs to ghost Rosa and Eddie, hoping to steal the plans for the engine.

HEAVEN AND THE DEAD CITY
Story & art by Raine Szramski

There is nothing alive anymore in the Dead City-- or is there?
A gothic fantasy, a tale of twocities: one beautiful and flourishing... the other not quite as dead as it would seem.

GAUNTLET
Story and pencils by Neil Vokes
inks by Rich Rankin

Will the intruder make it through...
the GAUNTLET?



HOT TOPIC
By Joe Williams & Tina Garceau

Fire Safety brought to you courtesy of
WILLCEAU ILLO.

MONKEY & BIRD
By Joe Williams & Tina Garceau

Two crazy kritters smitten in the jungle of love.
Feel the Beat!

NON
THE TRANSCENDENTAL
EXTRATERRESTRIAL

By Chris Kalnick

SURF'S UP! in the ever expanding ocean of awareness and being!!
CATCH THE WAVE!!

NORTH And SOUTH
By Indigo Anderson

A history of the schism between
North and South Korea, brought to life
as a pair of contentious siblings.

PRESSED FOR TIME
By Andrew C Murphy

None of us then suspected how totally
cloning would change the world we
lived in.
REFLECTIONS
By Andrew C Murphy

None of us then suspected how totally
cloning would change the world we
lived in.
REVENGE
By John Workman

The story began as one of the "June
2050" stories in Heavy Metal.
Dick Giordano had missed his deadline
on the story that he and Jack Harris
were doing, so ... knowing that they
needed to fill that page ... John
went home and wrote, pencilled,
lettered, and inked this story and
brought it in to the HM offices the next
day. John Lennon had just been killed,
and he used this as an opportunity
to say something about his death. It
was also a way of telling a somewhat
complicated story by way of the comics
form, a story that would be different
if done in any other medium.
RIBIT
By Frank Thorne

RIBIT is the epic tale of a sorceress's
apprentice who falls in love with a
"familiar," a pint-sized creature in
service to Sahtee, the Grand Sorceress
of Zebulon!.



Sing Sing: A One Act Opera
By Paul Zdepski

Hazel awoke singing one morning.
She sang everywhere she went,
eventually singing for a less
appreciative audience.

 

SKROG
By Bill Cucinotta & Bill Anderson

The Origin of Skrog.
Who is he? What is he? Do we care?
Manical madcap mayhem ensue.

 

SLAUGHTERMAN
By Gerry Giovinco

Slaughterman is the sworn protector of
BOLTA
, A city besieged by the evil villainy of Denwald the Destroyer and
shadowed by the mystery of The GIFT GIVERS. And what role does Morgan, wife of Malcome Slaughterman play in this tale?

 

Tales Of ISHMAR
By Don Lomax

An online anthology by Don Lomax of
Incredible Stories Heavy Metal
Actually Rejected
.

 

THE ADVENTURES OF ROMA
By John Workman

A woman of mystery...even to herself...
finds life, death, love, and perhaps
mankinds final redemption in this
Fantasy/Science Fiction story.

UPDATED WEEKLY!

THE GOLD MASK
By John Workman

A sort of "Visual Encouragement" to
those artists and writers & artist/writers
who were walking the same road that
I'd travelled in creating comics and
presenting it to the public.

THE WORLD OF GINGER FOX
Story by Mike Baron
art by Mitch O'Connell

Smart, sexy, and savvy Ginger Fox is
caught up in a tale of romance, adventure and intrigue that flashes
back to the style and greed of the
nineteen eighties' Me generation.


THERE'S NO ESCAPE FROM
DEADLINE

By Joe Williams & Tina Garceau

Get a flyer designed and printed...
It seems so simple.
Or is It?

TO GET HER
By Bernie Mireault

An excerpt from Bernie Mireault's
soon to be published
Romantic Comedy Graphic Novel

 

VICTOR
By Andrew C Murphy

Victor Laudin is a Kiron/ Human hybrid
with
paranormal abilities used for financial success and occassionally as a costumed vigilante.

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