Tag Archives: Robert E. Howard

King Conan: Hour Of The Dragon #2 Review

This beautiful book just keeps getting better. Timothy Truman continues to deliver a fast paced, true to the original, adaptation of a Robert E. Howard classic. When I first discovered that Truman was adapting a Conan tale, I rejoiced, thinking that he would be drawing it. Admittedly, I was a little disappointed when I realized […]

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King Conan #1 Review

  As you may recall, my recent review of Conan The Barbarian #15: The Woman On The Wall, by the great Brian Wood, was not exactly stellar. Being a huge fan of both Mr. Wood, and Conan, I honestly don’t think I could have been more disappointed in his adaptation of the Robert E. Howard […]

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DARK HORSE SUMMONS CONAN AND THE PEOPLE OF THE BLACK CIRCLE!

Official Press Release MAY 13, MILWAUKIE, OR –Dark Horse announced today that two of the hottest names in comics, writer Fred Van Lente and artist Ariel Olivetti, will reunite for a Conan epic like no other! In Conan and the People of the Black Circle, a four-issue miniseries set a decade after the current Conan […]

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VALIANT and QUARANTINE STUDIO Partner for Deluxe Statue Line

Official Press Release Valiant is proud to announce that it has partnered with Quarantine Studio for an exclusive array of high-quality limited edition statues, realizing the greatest heroes of the Valiant Universe in three dimensions for the first time anywhere! The first Valiant/Quarantine release, scheduled for 2014, will be the X-O Manowar Deluxe Edition Statue, […]

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Conan The Barbarian #15 Review

  For me, Conan comics will always be synonymous with Roy Thomas, John Buscema and Ernie Chan. Their runs on both Conan The Barbarian, and especially on Savage Sword Of Conan throughout the seventies to the early two thousands, captured the raw, visceral, brooding savagery, that is at the heart of what makes for a […]

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DARK HORSE COMICS TO PUBLISH KING CONAN: THE HOUR OF THE DRAGON!

Official Press Release February 1, MILWAUKIE, OR – Dark Horse Comics is thrilled to announce the return of a fan-favorite Conan creative team. Writer Timothy Truman, artist Tomás Giorello, and colorist José Villarrubia are set to adapt Robert E. Howard’s only Conan novel in two six-issue miniseries. The first series, titled The Hour of the […]

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Match-Sized Comics: An Interview with Brian Mitchell

Brian Mitchell does DIY comics the size of a pack of matches, which is cool by itself, however during our interview he expressed influences as diverse from Franz Kafka to Dave Sim to the Pander Brothers. Which makes him really cool to me. Check out our chat. Who are you and where are you from […]

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