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Cover - "Helen Of Troy" - Marcus Boas
p.06-13 - "New Tales Of The Arabian Nights: Sindbad In The Land Of The Jinn" - Richard Corben and Jan Strnad
p.15-20 - "Exterminator 17" - Enki Bilal and Jean-Pierre Dionnet
p.22-25 - "Orion: Chapter 8" - Gray Morrow
p.27-37 - "Diabolical Planet: The Great Trap: The Spatial Adventures Of M. White: 4th Episode" - Denis Sire
p.40-43 - "Gail" - Philippe Druillet
p.45-46 - "Major Grubert And The Hermetically Sealed Garage Of Jerry Cornelius" - Jean "Mœbius" Giraud
p.48-49 - "Galactic Geographic: Explorer Colony 6" - Karl Kofoed
p.50-57 - "Off-Season" - Elisabeth "Zha" Salomon and Nicole Claveloux
p.60-79 - "Empire" - Samuel Delany and Howard Chaykin
p.82-86 - "Heilman: Epilogue" - Alain Voss
p.88-95 - "So Beautiful And So Dangerous: Episode II: ..The First Night After Touchdown On Earth" - Angus McKie
Back Cover - "May I Have A Cup Of Dilithium Crystals, Please?" - Bill Selby

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An improvement over the previous issue. Also, Heilman is ending! 0

Alright, I'm finally returning to Heavy Metal Magazine, with Volume 2, issue 7 for November of 1978. My earlier recaps of issues were done as blog posts, but henceforth they'll be done as reviews, unless there is any objection. Our cover art for this issue, “Helen of Troy” by Marcus Boas, is more work safe then earlier covers, and also is a little more conventional for fantasy art. Also, National Lampoon is advertising the hell out of Animal House. I wonder how much of Animal House's developme...

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