Airtight Garage

Airtight Garage

The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius (Le Garage Hermétique de Jerry Cornelius) is a lengthy comic strip work by the artist and writer Moebius (real name Jean Giraud). It first appeared in discrete two-to-four page episodes, in the French magazine Metal Hurlant between 1976 and 1980, and later in the American version of the same magazine, Heavy Metal, starting in 1977.

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... Moebius' famous serial The Airtight Garage and his groundbreaking Arzach both began in Métal Hurlant ... His series The Airtight Garage is particularly notable for its non-linear plot, where movement and temporality can be traced in multiple directions depending on the readers own interpretation even within ... He also began new work in the Airtight Garage series with a volume entitled Le chasseur déprime ...
Airtight Garage - Legacy
... The Airtight Garage was also the name of a bar and videogame parlor in the Metreon in San Francisco, featuring unique original games developed for the venue ...

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