Collection: George Metzger

George Metzger began publishing his cautionary fables of utopias, apocalypses, and climate upheavals in fanzines in 1966 and was soon appearing in such seminal underground publications as Yellow Dog and Gothic Blimp Works. His first solo comic book, Moondog (1969), established him as a true comix visionary. More issues of Moondog followed, and he launched Truckin’, a series celebrating life on the road. In 1978, he published Mu: The Land That Never Was, his epic about the fate of a lost continent. He has contributed other tales of wonder and whimsey to numerous publications, including Heavy Metal. In 2016, Fantagraphics Books re-issued his pioneering graphic novel, Beyond Time and Again. He continues to write and draw from his home in British Columbia.