deimos-remus:

R.I.P Jean Giraud, aka Moebius. Another legend in the comics industry has passed away, his work has been inspiring and will continue to be just that.
Moebius
1938-2012.

deimos-remus:

R.I.P Jean Giraud, aka Moebius. Another legend in the comics industry has passed away, his work has been inspiring and will continue to be just that.

Moebius

1938-2012.

theairtightgarage:

Arzach, by William Stout

William Stout’s interpretation from Visions of Arzach. A handful of artists drew their interpretation of Moebius’ character. Other artists included were Katsuhiro Otomo, Richard Corben, John Buscema, and Mike Kaluta, among others.

theairtightgarage:

Arzach, by William Stout

William Stout’s interpretation from Visions of Arzach. A handful of artists drew their interpretation of Moebius’ character. Other artists included were Katsuhiro Otomo, Richard Corben, John Buscema, and Mike Kaluta, among others.

Arzaq, final page.

Arzaq, final page.

Arzaq, page 7.

Arzaq, page 7.

Arzaq, page 6.

Arzaq, page 6.

Arzaq, page 5.

Arzaq, page 5.

Arzaq, Page 4

Arzaq, Page 4

Arzaq, page 3

Arzaq, page 3

Arzaq, page 2.

Arzaq, page 2.

William Stout did a short story of Moebius’ famous Arzach (or in this case, Arzaq) character. Moebius wrote and laid out the first 4 pages; Stout wrote and laid out the final 4 pages, pencilled the entire story and inked it as well. Stout later colored it, when it was published in a fall 1997 20th anniversary issue of Heavy Metal. 
I’ll upload all 8 pages for you guys to see.

William Stout did a short story of Moebius’ famous Arzach (or in this case, Arzaq) character. Moebius wrote and laid out the first 4 pages; Stout wrote and laid out the final 4 pages, pencilled the entire story and inked it as well. Stout later colored it, when it was published in a fall 1997 20th anniversary issue of Heavy Metal

I’ll upload all 8 pages for you guys to see.