Illustration édition-presse H

Illustration édition-presse  


Heavy Metal

Heavy Metal is an American science fiction and fantasy comics magazine, known primarily for its blend of dark fantasy/science fiction and erotica. In the mid-1970s, while publisher Leonard Mogel was in Paris to jump-start the French edition of National Lampoon, he discovered the French science-fantasy magazine Métal Hurlant which had debuted January 1975. The French title "Métal Hurlant" translates literally as "Howling Metal". When Mogel licensed the American version, he chose to rename it, and Heavy Metal began in the U.S. in April 1977 as a glossy, full-color monthly. Initially, it displayed translations of graphic stories originally published in Métal Hurlant, including work by Loustal, Enki Bilal, Philippe Caza, Guido Crepax, Philippe Druillet, Jean-Claude Forest, Jean Giraud (aka Moebius) and Milo Manara. The magazine later ran Stefano Tamburini and Tanino Liberatore's ultra-violent RanXerox. Since the color pages had already been shot in France, the budget to reproduce them in the U.S. version was greatly reduced.

Heavy Metal January 1982 Vol. 5 No. 10


p.44-49 - "Happy Future: The Sand Man" - Jacques De Loustal and Philippe H. Paringaux

Heavy Metal Even Heavier Metal 1983 (Heavy Metal Special #1)


p.52-69 - "The Night Of The Alligator" - Jacques De Loustal

Heavy Metal November 1997 - Vol. 21 No. 5


p.74-75 - "No Man's Land" - Jacques De Loustal


Der Welt de Bücher (Allemagne) 

Hugendubel, mars 1989


Loustal couverture illustration couleur (21,5 x 23)

Hugendubel, 1990


"Das Bücherfest", Noël 1990, Umschlagzeichnung Loustal
Couverture Loustal


L'humano : Bulletin d'information des Humanoïdes Associés

 L'humano, mai 1988


3 illustrations couleur, 1 illustration n&b, 1 photo Loustal
Interview Loustal : Lumières d’août

L'humano, Septembre-octobre 1989


Interview Loustal "New York Miami 90 : coast to coast : l Ámérique revisitée