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Thread: New Conan The Barbarian Series Coming From Marvel January 2019

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    Bad ass variant cover for Conan #5 from Gabriel Walta.

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    Waiting for a collected edition before I jump into this.

    Anyone else check it out?
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    Weird.

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    "Ah! By god's balls what licentiousness!"

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    ZUB!
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    Great Bronze Age Conan legacy timeline at the 13th Dimension, a preview of the new Back Issue mag.

    https://13thdimension.com/conan-lega...comics-series/
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    I think I need that.

    Started reading the Dark Horse Conan The Cimmerian series last night. Truman writes it, Tomás Giorello and Richard Corben do the art. Corben's art is 'flashback' material as Conan is told the story of his grandfather. It works quite well, two VERY different art styles but I'm digging it.
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    Very interesting! I think Conan is a great character and his stories must continue! I´ve always been a huge fan of "The savage sword..." Particularly the stories written by Roy Thomas and with art of John Buscema and Ernie Chan, as well as of the original tales by Robert Howard. And of course I also love the movie by John Milius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinephagous View Post
    Very interesting! I think Conan is a great character and his stories must continue! I´ve always been a huge fan of "The savage sword..." Particularly the stories written by Roy Thomas and with art of John Buscema and Ernie Chan, as well as of the original tales by Robert Howard. And of course I also love the movie by John Milius.
    Yeah, I'm a Buscema man myself, all respect to BWS. Those Savage Swords were a real eye opener to me as a kid, they were a bit edgier than the comics code stuff.
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    Yeah, I'm a Buscema man myself, all respect to BWS. Those Savage Swords were a real eye opener to me as a kid, they were a bit edgier than the comics code stuff.
    Yes indeed, I completely agree. I think Savage Sword was for a more adult public, while the Barbarian comic series was more for younger readers.

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