Heavy Metal is an American science fiction and fantasy comics magazine, known primarily for its blend of dark fantasy/science fiction and erotica.
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Cover art from the Heavy Metal Web site, copyright 2010 Heavy Metal Magazine. All rights reserved. Rifts®, Megaverse® and Palladium Books® are registered trademarks of Palladium Books Inc. and Kevin Siembieda. Colt the Outlander and all related characters are trademarks of Aradio Brothers. Heavy Metal® is a registered trademark of Heavy Metal Magazine. All other titles and names are trademarks of their owners.
Volume 34, Number 6, for September 2010, is the first non-Palladium periodical to feature Palladium Books crossover content. This issue, as well as it's [|Heavy_Metal_34_No_7|sequel]] includes the crossover comic, Colt the Outlander: Stormbringer, featuring Rifts characters crossing into the world of Colt and his team.
- Publisher and Editor in Chief: Kevin Eastman
- Vice President and Executive Director: Howard Jurofsky
- Managing Editor: Debra Yanover
- Customer Service Manager: Fiona Russell
- Designers: Andrij Borys Associates
- Assistant to Publisher: Pam Arvanetes
- Translators: Jerome Eyquem, Miguel Guerra, Michael Giordani, Jacinthe Leclerc
- Web Development: Right Angle, Inc.
- Warehouse Manager: John Martin
Heavy Metal Catalog
This issue of Heavy Metal is dedicated in memory of Frank Frazetta (1928-2010) and Carl Macek (1951-2010).
Cover Painting: Succubus by Simon Bisley
Featured Art: Mother Winter, by Jose Gabriel
Back Cover: Ice Faeires, by J.K. Woodward
- by S.C. Riggenberg
Death of an Art Legend: Frank Frazetta, R.I.P.
Featuring nine of Bones' prints, including The All American Martian Diner, Weird Dreams and Port Coastguard.
- by Julie Bell, Boris Vallejo and David Palumbo
The Eight of Wands, Justice and Transcendance.
The Sun Will Die Blind
- by Jerome Eyquem
An interesting phychological journey into an "enlightened" mind.
Contains minor nudity.
Fluorescent Black: Part 3
- Writer: M.F. Wilson
- Artist: Nathan Fox
- Colors: Jeromy Cox
- Letters: Sean Konot
- Editor: Justin Robinson
The conclusion of the Fluorescent Black saga, continuing from the previous two issues.
Contains strong violence and adult situations.
The Woodsman and the Dryads
- Writer: Abraham Martinez
- Artist: Adrian Montoya Pina
- Colors: Vinicius Atanazio
- Letters: Jaime Martinez
A "cautionary tale" of dealing with the spirits of the woods, and the repercussions of nature's wrath.
Contains violence and nudity.
Joe in the Future
- Story: Horatio Weisfeld
- Artist: Floyd Hughes
- Layouts: Peter Koch
A short story set in a dark future, where a man narrowly avoids the destruction around him.
Off the Deep End
- Creator and Writer: Chuck Wagner
- Artist and Colorist: Irapuan Luiz
- Colorist and Letterer: Tom Luth
- Letterer: Michelle Fiorucci
- Production and Design Services: About Comics
When a cruise liner is saved from pirates by a mysterious submarine crew, the Pentagon begins looking for a captain believe to have been long dead.
Three Little Murders
- by Phil Cohen
A disturbing twist on the traditional fairy tale, The Three Little Pigs.
- Creators and Writers: Aradio Brothers
- Illustration and Design: RC Aradio
- Story: Dominic Aradio Jr. and Dante Giovanni
The Outlanders encounter a strange warrior from another world, with whom they must ally in order to defeat the horror following him. A Razorback Entertainment crossover story featuring Rifts®.
Featuring nine femme fatales, including The Poisoned Apple, Spirit of the Crow, and Guitar Hero / Cable Girl.