Le Garage Hermétique de Jerry Cornelius

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Le Garage Hermétique de Jerry Cornelius is a French language comic-strip by Jean Giraud (as 'Mœbius') originally serialized in Métal Hurlant magazine between 1976-79. It was reprinted in English as The Airtight Garage of Jerry Cornelius in Heavy Metal magazine between 1977-80.

Métal Hurlant Publication History

  • Métal Hurlant #6, May 1976, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #7, July 1976, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #8, August 1976, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #9, September 1976, 4 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #10, October 1976, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #11, November 1976, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #12, December 1976, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #13, January 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #14, February 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #15, March 1977, 4 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #16, April 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #17, May 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #18, June 1977, 4 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #19, July 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #20, August 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #21, September 1977, 4 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #22, October 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #23, November 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #24, December 1977, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #25, January 1978, 4 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #26, February 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #27, March 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #28, April 1978, 3 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #29, May 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #30, June 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #31, July 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #32, August 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #33, September 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #34, October 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #35, November 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #36, December 1978, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #37, January 1979, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #38, February 1979, 2 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #39, March 1979, 5 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #40, April 1979, 7 pages
  • Métal Hurlant #41, May 1979, 8 pages

Mike Says

  • "I had absolutely no problems with Moebius, who I regard as a friend, but he HEARD (erroneously) that I wasn't happy with Airtight Garage and so changed it. I did not ask him (or want him) to change it but he's a courteous man..."[1]
  • "Moebius was a friend of friends of mine when he started and someone (I don't know who) told him I didn't like the strip. I loved the strip, though I'd said it wasn't really Jerry Cornelius. This got taken to mean by someone that I didn't like it and Moebius, whom I came to know later and explain that I hadn't withdrawn permission, took the JC out of the title. He knows now that I liked it and had no problems with it."[2]
  • "...Where Jerry Cornelius is concerned, I don't have any objection to an enthusiast using him, but I object a lot to someone pinching chunks of my books, or paraphrasing them, and presenting that work as their own. That's why I had no objection to Moebius's use of Cornelius..."[3]
  • "I have met Moebius on one or two occasions and we have a perfectly amicable relationship. Same goes for self and [Phillipe] Druillet. I never...objected to Moebius's use of [Jerry] and I was aware of Phillipe's Elric from the beginning. We borrowed back and forth, just as we did with Jerry Cornelius. I like to be asked, is all and sent a copy. That way if there's something I can steal back I will."[4]

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