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White's main solution to the problem of adding substantive text material was a line-up of columns by four authorities in various aspects of popular culture: Lou Stathis wrote about rock music and Jay Kinney dug into underground comics , while Steve Brown reviewed new science fiction novels and Bhob Stewart explored visual media from fantasy films to animation and light shows.
In , Julie Simmons-Lynch took over as editor, and her new slant on text material was the showcasing of science fiction by well-known authors such as Robert Silverberg , John Shirley and Harlan Ellison. Later, a review section labeled Dossier , was created by associate editor Brad Balfour, who came on board to handle text features by authors such as William S. Burroughs and Stephen King.
Dossier featured short pieces by a variety of writers, and was edited first by Balfour and then by Stathis, who soon replaced Balfour as an editor.
Stathis continued the tradition of focusing on pop culture figures to connect the magazine to the larger hip culture context. In the Winter of original Design Director Peter Kleinman was brought back on staff and Simmons-Lynch remained the editor until Kevin Eastman had acquired the magazine the year before and became both publisher and editor after that date.
Comics writer Grant Morrison became editor in chief beginning with the April issue of the magazine. In , an animated feature film was adapted from several of the magazine's serials.
Made on a budget of U. Another house animated the frame story which tied all the disparate stories together. Like the magazine, the movie featured a great deal of nudity and graphic violence, though not to the degree seen in the magazine; for example, its Den segment did not display the blatant male genitalia of its print counterpart.
It did reasonably well in its theatrical release and soon gained a cult status , partially because of a problem with music copyrights that resulted in a delay of several years before the film became officially available on home video.
The home video release featured different music in the opening segment the cause of the initial home video release delay and included a segment that was not included in the theatrical release.
This direct-to-video release was not based on stories from the magazine but was instead based on The Melting Pot , a graphic novel written by Kevin Eastman and drawn by artist Simon Bisley , who based the appearance of the female protagonist after nude model and B-movie actress Julie Strain , then-wife of Kevin Eastman.
Strain later lent her vocal talents to the movie, portraying the character modeled after her likeness. During   and into ,  reports circulated that David Fincher and James Cameron would executive produce and, each, direct two of the eight to nine segments of a new animated Heavy Metal feature. Paramount Pictures decided to stop funding the film by August  and no distributor or production company has shown interest in the second sequel, since.
An animated 3D film entitled War of the Worlds: Goliath , created as a sequel to H. Wells ' The War of the Worlds and based on a story previously published in the magazine, was produced by The Tripod Group and released in Malaysia in The series "Interceptor" is being adapted into a film. It was developed by Ritual Entertainment. In , Capcom released Heavy Metal: Geomatrix , an arcade fighting game that later made its way to Sega 's Dreamcast console.
Though not based on any specific material from Heavy Metal , it featured character designs by frequent contributor Simon Bisley and a style generally inspired by the magazine. In , upstart pinball company PinHeadz LLC hinted that they had secured the right to use the Heavy Metal license in a physical pinball table; the table itself will be designed through a collaboration between PinHeadz, the pinball artist Zombie Yeti known for his work on tables such as Stern's Ghostbusters and legendary pinball designer Pat Lawlor , who has designed games such as Twilight Zone and The Addams Family.
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