History WesternAnimation / HeavyMetal

29th Aug '16 8:34:12 AM Black_Diesel
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[[caption-width-right:245:This provides the rock 'n roll and the sex, you [[WatchItStoned provide the drugs]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:245:This [[caption-width-right:297:This provides the rock 'n roll and the sex, you [[WatchItStoned provide the drugs]].]]
29th Aug '16 8:33:47 AM Black_Diesel
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28th Jul '16 1:34:12 PM Commander808-2
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* TheFederation: Sternn is part of one.
15th Jul '16 4:43:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* ItsSnowingCocaine: The "So Beautiful, So Dangerous" segment - Zeke and Edsel, the alien pilots, each hoist out what looks like a 25-pound bag of plutonium nyborg, lay them out in lines long enough to travel the entire ship, then proceed to snort all of it.
14th Apr '16 6:58:00 AM Arivne
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* FollowTheLeader: ''Film/TheFifthElement'' borrows heavily from the Harry Canyon segment.
6th Feb '16 11:51:52 PM nombretomado
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* TheDarkAgeOfAnimation
30th Jan '16 8:53:32 PM WickedIcon
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The film is adapted from a number of stories in ''Heavy Metal Magazine'', an American version of the French comic ''Métal Hurlant'' founded by Creator/{{Moebius}} and Creator/PhilippeDruillet. A number of other adaptations have also been made, including the film ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal2000'' (which had [[InNameOnly almost nothing to do with]] the first film) and the ThirdPersonShooter ''F.A.K.K.[[superscript:2]]'' (which was based upon ''Heavy Metal 2000''). Somewhat strangely, the film ''Heavy Metal 2000'' is also sometimes seen under the title ''Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.2''. Another adaptation is the TV series ''Series/MetalHurlantChronicles''.

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The film is adapted from a number of stories in ''Heavy Metal Magazine'', an American version of the French comic ''Métal Hurlant'' founded by Creator/{{Moebius}} and Creator/PhilippeDruillet. A number of other adaptations have also been made, including the film ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal2000'' (which had [[InNameOnly almost nothing to do with]] the first film) and the ThirdPersonShooter ''F.A.K.K.[[superscript:2]]'' (which was based upon ''Heavy Metal 2000''). Somewhat strangely, the film ''Heavy Metal 2000'' is also sometimes seen under the title ''Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.2''. Another adaptation is the TV series ''Series/MetalHurlantChronicles''.
15th Dec '15 3:41:38 PM LahmacunKebab
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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: the future of 1981, anyway. Manhattan looks like it did before the cleanup in the 80's and 90's , with sex shops, dirty sidewalks and [[HarsherInHindsight the World Trade Center]].

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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: the The future of 1981, anyway. Manhattan looks like it did before the cleanup in the 80's and 90's , 90's, with sex shops, dirty sidewalks and [[HarsherInHindsight the World Trade Center]].
15th Dec '15 3:39:49 PM LahmacunKebab
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* MostWritersAreMale: There was almost no female character that behaved in any way, shape, or form the way a reasonable and intelligent person would act. You had a woman who worked at the Pentagon, whose first reaction to being abducted by aliens was to complain that she was going to miss her gynecologist appointment, and who later fell in love with a robot who didn't look remotely human. (Of course, the archaeologist's daughter was trying to {{manipulat|iveBastard}}e Harry, which makes her behavior to that point [[ItMakesSenseInContext make sense]]. And as for Gloria...even the most sensible of us will panic and babble about random things while in shock—although, admittedly, that ''only'' explains her going off about her check-up, ''not'' jumping in bed with the robot.)

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* MostWritersAreMale: There was almost no female character that behaved in any way, shape, or form the way a reasonable and intelligent person would act. You had a woman who worked at the Pentagon, whose first reaction to being abducted by aliens was to complain that she was going to miss her gynecologist appointment, and who later fell in love with a robot who didn't look remotely human. (Of course, the archaeologist's daughter was trying to {{manipulat|iveBastard}}e Harry, which makes her behavior to that point [[ItMakesSenseInContext make sense]]. And as for Gloria... even the most sensible of us will panic and babble about random things while in shock—although, admittedly, that ''only'' explains her going off about her check-up, ''not'' jumping in bed with the robot.)
24th Oct '15 7:47:34 PM Ribonuke211
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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Averted when Taarna is seen in the dungeon [[spoiler:in the aftermath of being Barbarian Leader]].

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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Averted when Taarna is seen in the dungeon [[spoiler:in the aftermath of being whipped by the Barbarian Leader]].
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