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Series: Métal hurlant Canon

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Heavy Metal # 275
Heavy Metal Issue 271
Heavy Metal Issue 272
Heavy Metal Issue 273
Heavy metal presents Moebius by Jean Giraudpresents: Mœbius
Heavy Metal, July 1977, Vol. 1, No. 4 by Sean Kelly
Heavy Metal, June 1977, Vol. 1, No. 3 by Sean Kelly
Heavy Metal, May 1977, Vol. 1, No. 2 by Sean Kelly
Heavy Metal: Diabolic SpecialDiabolic Special
Heavy Metal: Eerie Special
Heavy Metal: Horror Special
Heavy Metal: Mystery Special
Heavy Metal: Sirens Special
Heavy Metal: Techno Special
Heilman by Al VossHeilman
Métal Hurlant 3. Spécial Tygra.L Fire and Ice by Metal HurlantSpécial: Tygra Fire and Ice
Metal Hurlant by Jerry Frissen
Metal Hurlant # 1 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 1
Metal Hurlant Vol.1 by R. A. Jones
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #02 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 2
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #03 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 3
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #04 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 4
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #05 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 5
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #06 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 6
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #07 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 7
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #08 by VariousHumanoids Series 2002, 8
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #09 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 9
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #10 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 10
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #11 by Fabrice GigerHumanoids Series 2002, 11
Metal Hurlant Vol.2 by Kurt BusiekDC Series 2004, 12
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #13 by Jim AlexanderDC Series 2002, 13
Metal Hurlant No. 13 by Various Authors13
Metal Hurlant (USA, 2002) #14 by Fabrice GigerDC Series 2002, 14
Metal Hurlant No. 21, September 1977 (Text in French) by N/A21
Metal Hurlant N°26 by Humanoïdes Associés26
Metal Hurlant N°27 by Humanoïdes Associés27
METAL HURLANT N° 30 | juin 1978 by Les Humanoïdes Associés30
Metal Hurlant N°31 | juillet 1978 by Les Humanoïdes Associés31
Metal Hurlant N°37 by Humanoïdes Associés37
Metal Hurlant N°44 | août 1979 by Les Humanoïdes Associés44
Metal Hurlant N°45 | octobre 1979 by Les Humanoïdes Associés45
Metal Hurlant N°46 | décembre 1979 by Les Humanoïdes Associés46
Métal Hurlant Nº47 | janvier 1980 by Humanoides Associes47
Metal Hurlant N°49 | mars 1980 by Les Humanoïdes Associés49
Metal Hurlant N°52 | juin 1980 by Les Humanoïde Associés52
METAL HURLANT N°54 | juin 1980 by Les Humanoïdes Associés54
METAL HURLANT No. 67 by Jean Giraud67
Metal Hurlant - Les Maitres du Temps (Metal Hurlant, No. 73) by Jean Giraud73
Metal Hurlant - Special Texas | Juillet 1985 No. 113 by Jean Giraud113

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