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    Moebius (Jean Giraud) Métal Hurlant #66 Story Page 1 Incal Original Art (Les Humanoides Associes, 1975). From the story "Neuraztenik Class Struggle", it features a nucleo-tactical warhead being used against a vast city/ship. When the story was reprinted in L'Incal #2 "L'Incal Lumiere" [The Incal Light] in 1982, this chapter was titled "Deprezzive Class Struggle" instead. It later saw print in the US Heavy Metal magazine V6#2 (May, 1982). Moebius art has long been associated with Heavy Metal, as he was a founding member of the French parent publication Métal Hurlant, and his art was illustrated for the Taarna section of the 1981 Heavy Metal movie. This page was created in ink over graphite on bright white 11.75" x 15" Bristol board. In Excellent condition.

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