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''Epic Illustrated'' was a comics anthology in magazine format published in the United States by Marvel Comics. Similar to the US-licensed comic book magazine ''Heavy Metal'', it allowed explicit content to be featured, unlike the traditional American comic books of that time bound by the restrictive Comics Code Authority, as well as offering its writers and artists ownership rights and royalties in place of the industry-standard work for hire contracts. The series lasted for 34 issues from early 1980 to February 1986.
A color comic-book imprint, Epic Comics, was spun off in 1982.
The magazine was initiated under editor Rick Marschall in 1979 under the title ''Odyssey'', and originally set to launch as an issue of ''Marvel Super Special''. After Marschall learned of at least seven other magazines titled ''Odyssey'', the project was renamed ''Epic Illustrated'' and launched as a standalone series.〔Lee, Stan. "Bullpen Bulletins: Stan's Soapbox," ''Marvel Two-in-One Annual'' #4 (Marvel Comics, 1979).〕 Marschall was replaced by editor Archie Goodwin in the autumn of 1979, several months before the first issue was published.
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