The Airtight Garage: Moebius’s best ever comic-strip? (retrospective: video)

June 20, 2022 | By | Reply More

Ed and Jim ask why Moebius is best known for his amazing comic strip The Airtight Garage.

From 1976 to 1979, The Airtight Garage initially appeared in Métal Hurlant, and from 1977 forward, it first appeared in Heavy Metal, the American edition of the same magazine. Later, it was compiled into many versions as a graphic book.

The “garage” of the title is really a pocket universe that is housed on an asteroid in the constellation Leo. In his spacecraft Ciguri, Major Grubert circles the asteroid and monitors the growth of the planets it contains. Jerry Cornelius (of Michael Moorcock fame) is among the entities attempting to enter the garage.

The Airtight Garage: Moebius's best ever comic-strip? (retrospective: video)

The Airtight Garage: Moebius’s best ever comic-strip? (retrospective: video)

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