Final Incal - Ultra-Deluxe Collector's Edition - Signed by Jodorowsky and Ladrönn



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This is a deluxe 12.5 x 16.5-inch edition, limited to just 200 copies in English, each copy numbered and signed by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Ladrönn!

It includes:

  • Jodorowsky and Ladrönn's entire Final Incal trilogy in English!
  • Apres l'Incal (After The Incal) also in English for the first time! The original version drawn by Moebius.
  • A bookplate signed by Jodorowsky and Ladrönn
  • Three loose color prints
  • A custom slipcase

Apres l'Incal was drawn by Moebius and published in 2000. This single 56-page album was all Moebius was able to complete before other demands prevented him from continuing.

Final Incal was published in English by Humanoids in 2014 in three different editions:

First in an Absolute-sized slipcased edition limited to 1500 numbered copies.
Then this 12.5 x 16.5 inch deluxe slipcased edition limited to 200 S&N copies.
Then a 12.5 x 16.5 inch edition (without the Moebius pages) limited to 750 numbered copies.

A small trade hardcover edition was released in 2015 and remains in print.

From the publisher:

Jodorowsky and Moebius's internationally bestselling Sci-Fi saga THE INCAL comes to its phenomenal finale!

Lowly class R detective John Difool and his faithful companion, Deepo, are unwillingly hurled into yet another universe-saving mission, as their world is faced with the threat of an all-devouring metallic virus. Visionary storyteller Jodorowsky returns to the epic mythology he created with the late Moebius in the early 80s. For the conclusion of the legendary spiritual space adventure series, he partners with Eisner-winning artist Ladrönn ("Cable," "Hip Flask," "Elephantmen").

Also contains the original 56 pages drawn by Moebius of the unfinished first version of the story (After The Incal).



Jose Ladronn, Moebius
Alexandro Jodorowsky

Condition & Attributes

Very Fine in Very Fine slipcase in publisher's shrinkwrap in Fine cardboard shipping box
One of 200 numbered copies signed by Jodorowsky and Ladrönn


Ladronn, Moebius

Publishing Information

Los Angeles

Physical Description

16.5 inches
12.5 inches
216 pages
pictorial boards