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Heavy Metal (1981, 2000) [movie series]

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Old Apr 30, 2010, 03:14 AM   #1
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Anyone reads Heavy Metal comic magazine?

Great, imaginative, provocative, steamy and unique stuff that inspired many artists over the years including filmmakers like Terry Gilliam, Luc Besson, James Cameron, Ridley Scott and more.

I've been a subscriber since i was 18 in 2000 and one of my favorite comics and graphic novels.

Who thinks The Fifth Element and Avatar were the closet movies of being like the magazine to the big screen?
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