European Heavy Metal HQ now in digital format on GlobalComix platform

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THE Heavy metal is a classic European magazine that brings together, in the form of an anthology, stories and artists that address sci-fi, horror, humor, eroticism and fantasy, in productions that tend to travel both in the mainstream and in the alternative medium of adult comics. With the original name of Metal Hurlant, the publication has been in existence since the 1970s and has been the stage for illustrated plots by renowned names in the Ninth Art, such as Jean Giraud (Moebius), Enki Bilal, Tanino Liberatore, among others.

The publication did not yet have an official distribution platform for the digital catalog of its magazines. With GlobalComix’s GOLD subscription, readers will be able to access the complete digital catalog of Heavy metal for $7.99 ($41 in direct conversion and no fees) per month, along with GlobalComix’s entire digital library of comics, including manga.

“In a short time, GlobalComix has demonstrated a keen understanding of the challenges facing small publishers and independent creators, and has offered compelling solutions for sustainability and digital growth. of science fiction, fantasy and horror that just the Heavy metal can offer,” said Kris Longo, sales director for Heavy metal, during the announcement of the partnership, this Tuesday (1).

The digital editions of Heavy Metal Magazine and the comics released by the label Heavy metal arrive at GlobalComix on June 2nd. To access the platform, Click here.

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