Metabarons: when scifi comic-books lost their %$£^&^ing mind? (video)

September 13, 2022 | By | Reply More

The graphic book The Metabarons is set in the most outlandish SF world ever conceived of, the Jodoverse, and in this video we talk about it.

The Metabarons
comics were created by writer Alejandro Jodorowsky and drawn by Argentine artist Juan Giménez. Humanodes Associés published the last book in the series at the end of 2003.

The series spans many generations and tells the stories of all five Metabarons. There’s a strong influence from Frank Herbert’s Dune books, and the tales paint a picture of a space opera in the style of Greek tragedy. In 1973, Jodorowsky was already well into preproduction on a Dune movie.

Metabarons: when scifi comic-books lost their %$£^&^ing mind? (video)

Metabarons: when scifi comic-books lost their %$£^&^ing mind? (video)

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