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'''''The Metabarons''''', also known as '''''The Saga of the Metabarons''''' (French: ''La Caste des Méta-barons'') is a [[{{Tragedy}} tragic]] SpaceOpera comic book series written by Creator/AlejandroJodorowsky and illustrated by Creator/JuanGimenez. It expands on a supporting character who appeared in ''ComicBook/TheIncal'' to flesh out the backstory of his entire family. Like the rest of the [[ComicBook/MetabaronsUniverse Jodoverse]], ''The Metabarons'' draws heavily on ideas Jodorowsky developed for his failed ''Film/{{Dune}}'' film project.

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'''''The Metabarons''''', ''The Metabarons'', also known as '''''The ''The Saga of the Metabarons''''' Metabarons'' (French: ''La Caste des Méta-barons'') is a [[{{Tragedy}} tragic]] SpaceOpera comic book series written by Creator/AlejandroJodorowsky and illustrated by Creator/JuanGimenez. It expands on a supporting character who appeared in ''ComicBook/TheIncal'' to flesh out the backstory of his entire family. Like the rest of the [[ComicBook/MetabaronsUniverse Jodoverse]], ''The Metabarons'' draws heavily on ideas Jodorowsky developed for his failed ''Film/{{Dune}}'' film project.


'''''The Metabarons''''', also known as '''''The Saga of the Metabarons''''' is a [[{{Tragedy}} tragic]] SpaceOpera comic book series written by Creator/AlejandroJodorowsky and illustrated by Creator/JuanGimenez. It expands on a supporting character who appeared in ''ComicBook/TheIncal'' to flesh out the backstory of his entire family. Like the rest of the [[ComicBook/MetabaronsUniverse Jodoverse]], ''The Metabarons'' draws heavily on ideas Jodorowsky developed for his failed ''Film/{{Dune}}'' film project.

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'''''The Metabarons''''', also known as '''''The Saga of the Metabarons''''' (French: ''La Caste des Méta-barons'') is a [[{{Tragedy}} tragic]] SpaceOpera comic book series written by Creator/AlejandroJodorowsky and illustrated by Creator/JuanGimenez. It expands on a supporting character who appeared in ''ComicBook/TheIncal'' to flesh out the backstory of his entire family. Like the rest of the [[ComicBook/MetabaronsUniverse Jodoverse]], ''The Metabarons'' draws heavily on ideas Jodorowsky developed for his failed ''Film/{{Dune}}'' film project.

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*EvilIsPetty: The Techno-Techno cult/Technoclergy. They blew up the Castaka family's homeworld out of pure spite, because the leaders refused their offer of installing a protonic defense system on the planet (which would also conveniently provide the Techno-Techno cult with political influence over the planet's ruling government).


* WorldOfBuxom: The planet of Ulkmar-Eight-Moon is a literal example. The females of the local proto-anthropoid species all have huge breasts.

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* WorldOfBuxom: The planet of Ulkmar-Eight-Moon is a literal example. The [[https://66.media.tumblr.com/cbd4481c38e76be7a1f674be0038665e/tumblr_pomwagu07M1rk0k4co1_1280.jpg females of the local proto-anthropoid species (NSFW)]] all have huge breasts.


Can be read [[https://readcomiconline.to/Comic/The-Metabarons-2015 here]].

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Can be read [[https://readcomiconline.to/Comic/The-Metabarons-2015 here]].

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* BadassTransplant: The Castakas take to grafting cyborg parts into their bodies which grants them greater combat skill. The Metabaron Steelhead stands above them all by getting his ''head'' shot off, and having a metallic head transplanted on him.


* LastOfHisKind: The Metabaron who appears in ''ComicBook/TheIncal'' is this, voluntarily.

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* LastOfHisKind: The Metabaron who appears in ''ComicBook/TheIncal'' is this, voluntarily. [[spoiler: At least until a child was conceived between him and a Techno-Cardinal, Orne-8, in the 3rd issue of Meta-Baron 2015 volume.]]

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** [[spoiler: Technically No-Name was a product of Aghora and her brother, the latter's DNA from Aghora's brain being used to impregnate herself.]]


* NakedFirstImpressions: Honorata first appears before Othon wearing nothing but a flimsy cloak and a veil that hangs in such a way that her face and crotch are obscured while everything else is exposed.

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* NakedFirstImpressions: NakedFirstImpression: Honorata first appears before Othon wearing nothing but a flimsy cloak and a veil that hangs in such a way that her face and crotch are obscured while everything else is exposed.

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* NakedFirstImpressions: Honorata first appears before Othon wearing nothing but a flimsy cloak and a veil that hangs in such a way that her face and crotch are obscured while everything else is exposed.


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* WomanScorned: Honorata is nearly killed by Nan Nan and Ohouya, who are jealous that Honorata managed to give Othon a son.


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* PhysicalGod: What the Metabarons actually are, the Metabarons are endowed with powers of the Guardian of this universe.

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* PhysicalGod: What the Metabarons actually are, the Metabarons are. They are endowed with powers of the Guardian of this universe.


* {{Motifs}}: Physical gender combinations or changes, including androgyny, hermaphroditism and castration. Othon is castrated by a laser blast. the galaxy is ruled by conjoined male and female twins. Honorata is supposed to give birth to a hermaphrodite to usurp the Empire. Aghora is a male brain in a female body.

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* {{Motifs}}: Physical gender combinations or changes, including androgyny, hermaphroditism and castration. Othon is castrated by a laser blast. the The galaxy is ruled by conjoined male and female twins. Honorata is supposed to give birth to a hermaphrodite to usurp the Empire. Aghora is a male brain in a female body.

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