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Slipcased set. Limited, 1500. Recommended. Art by Moebius, Juan Gimenez, Zoran Janjetov and Travis Charest. Visionary author, filmmaker, and philosopher Alejandro Jodorowsky has created —  with some of the world’s most singular and talented sequential artists — an incredible Sci-Fi universe, full of love, revenge, intrigue, betrayal, and redemption. Its  two cornerstone series are The Incal and The Metabarons, which together have sold over 5 million copies worldwide. This encyclopedic reference book is packed with fascinating insights from the creators, Jodorowsky and Mœbius, alongside revealing text and rare and unseen preliminary illustrations and much more. Impressive deluxe editions, two in slipcase. Humanoids, 2021.

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Visionary author, filmmaker, and philosopher Alejandro Jodorowsky has created —  with some of the world’s most singular and talented sequential artists — an incredible Sci-Fi universe, full of love, revenge, intrigue, betrayal, and redemption. Its  two cornerstone series are The Incal and The Metabarons, which together have sold over 5 million copies worldwide. This encyclopedic reference book is packed with fascinating insights from the creators, Jodorowsky and Mœbius, alongside revealing text and rare and unseen preliminary illustrations and much more. Impressive deluxe editions, two in slipcase.

Book 1 Deconstructing the Incal, lifts the veil on many of the mysteries and secrets surrounding the seminal science-fiction graphic novel. The book also contains the original 56 pages drawn by Mœbius of the unfinished first version of the sequel story (After The Incal).

Book 2 features the second reference guide to the Jodoverse, Deconstructing the Metabarons, focused on unveiling the secrets of the universe’s fiercest warrior clan: the Metabarons. Also includes Weapons of the Metabaron, the seminal series’ spin-off story recounting how the mightiest warrior in the universe built his arsenal of war. This features A-list comics star Travis Charest’s (Wildcats, WildC.A.T.s/X-Men: The Golden Age, and Star Wars comics covers) interpretation of The Metabarons’ mythology.

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