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  • Issue #0
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 0

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P/Cover), José Villarubia (C) Conan the Cimmerian #0 marks a transitional period in young Conan's life, as he spurns the magicians, turncoats, and legal trappings of the cities he's seen in order to return to the beloved northern frontiers of Cimmeria, where he was born and raised. It also marks a turning point in the artistic muscle that will fuel Conan's adventures throughout 2008 and beyond. Writer Timothy Truman and Argentine artist Tomás Giorello are joined by renowned colorist José Villarrubia in this special issue, as they deliver their adaptation of Robert E. Howard's 'Cimmeria' poem. And what's up with Conan? He fights for his life when he crosses paths with a pack of Vanir raiders on the Cimmerian border! Taking our brutal barbarian into his next exciting era! Conan® and Conan the Barbarian® (including all prominent characters featured in this issue) and the distinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks of Conan Properties International, LLC unless otherwise noted. All contents © Conan Properties International, LLC unless otherwise noted. FC, 24 pages Cover price $0.99.

  • Issue #1A
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 1A

    Cover by Frank Cho. Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P/I), José Villarubia (C), Joe Kubert (Cover), and Frank Cho (Cover) On sale As hard as it's been for Conan to return to Cimmeria, things aren't getting any easier as he nears his goal, and he quickly runs afoul of raiders on the Cimmerian borderlands. One stranger welcomes Conan home with a crack to the head, and another begins to weave a tale about Conan's grandfather-another Cimmerian who was filled with wanderlust. Conan the Cimmerian continues Dark Horse Comics' modern revitalization of Robert E. Howard's most beloved character. This is a great jumping-on point for new readers-and our first look at the creative muscle that will fuel Conan's adventures throughout 2008! ? Legendary storyteller Joe Kubert contributes a rare variant cover for our first issue! ? The star-studded team of Timothy Truman, Tomás Giorello, José Villarubia, Richard Corben, and Frank Cho launch Conan into a whole new era! Dark Horse's acclaimed series surges forth into an exciting new era! FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1B
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 1B

    Cover by Joe Kubert. Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P/I), José Villarubia (C), Joe Kubert (Cover), and Frank Cho (Cover) On sale As hard as it's been for Conan to return to Cimmeria, things aren't getting any easier as he nears his goal, and he quickly runs afoul of raiders on the Cimmerian borderlands. One stranger welcomes Conan home with a crack to the head, and another begins to weave a tale about Conan's grandfather-another Cimmerian who was filled with wanderlust. Conan the Cimmerian continues Dark Horse Comics' modern revitalization of Robert E. Howard's most beloved character. This is a great jumping-on point for new readers-and our first look at the creative muscle that will fuel Conan's adventures throughout 2008! ? Legendary storyteller Joe Kubert contributes a rare variant cover for our first issue! ? The star-studded team of Timothy Truman, Tomás Giorello, José Villarubia, Richard Corben, and Frank Cho launch Conan into a whole new era! Dark Horse's acclaimed series surges forth into an exciting new era! FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1C
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 1C
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    Limited Edition Sketch Cover by Tomás Giorello. Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P/I), José Villarubia (C), Joe Kubert (Cover), and Frank Cho (Cover) On sale As hard as it's been for Conan to return to Cimmeria, things aren't getting any easier as he nears his goal, and he quickly runs afoul of raiders on the Cimmerian borderlands. One stranger welcomes Conan home with a crack to the head, and another begins to weave a tale about Conan's grandfather-another Cimmerian who was filled with wanderlust. Conan the Cimmerian continues Dark Horse Comics' modern revitalization of Robert E. Howard's most beloved character. This is a great jumping-on point for new readers-and our first look at the creative muscle that will fuel Conan's adventures throughout 2008! ? Legendary storyteller Joe Kubert contributes a rare variant cover for our first issue! ? The star-studded team of Timothy Truman, Tomás Giorello, José Villarubia, Richard Corben, and Frank Cho launch Conan into a whole new era! Dark Horse's acclaimed series surges forth into an exciting new era! FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 2

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Frank Cho (Cover) Dark Horse's exciting new Conan era continues with a second round of adventure! As Conan recovers from last issue's clash with raiders on the Cimmerian borderlands, a kind stranger shelters him and weaves a tale of Conan's grandfather, Connacht. As an older Cimmerian, Connacht inspired young Conan with tales of dazzling lands and beautiful women, but the story the snowbound stranger relates now is one of a brush with death and supernatural beasts-brought on after an act of selfless kindness. Is it true that 'no good deed goes unpunished' . . . ? With cover artist Frank Cho on board, writer Timothy Truman, artist Tomás Giorello, and colorist José Villarrubia are again joined by comic book veteran Richard Corben in a moody, horrific, and surprising issue that will leave readers in a tailspin! FC, 32 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 3

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Frank Cho (Cover) A young Cimmerian huntress-a character seen in Conan Vol. 0: Born on the Battlefield-and Horsa-an Aesir leader from The Frost Giant's Daughter-both cross paths with Conan as he continues his dangerous trek through the snowy mountain passes of Cimmeria. Fighting his way through the natural dangers of his barbaric homeland has been a welcome change from the mind games and treachery Conan found in the cities of the East, but there's an unfortunate lesson in treachery in store for Conan here, too. In a Richard Corben flashback sequence, Connacht-Conan's grandfather-seems to have found a role for himself working in a busy city, but as the old saying goes, 'Fleas will find a dog . . . and trouble will find a Cimmerian.' Conan the Cimmerian continues Dark Horse Comics' modern revitalization of Robert E. Howard's most beloved character-with another dream team of first-class storytellers! FC, 32 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #4
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 4

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Frank Cho (Cover) Conan finds himself at odds with Horsa-an Aesir leader last seen in 'The Frost Giant's Daughter'-when he tries to protect his former Cimmerian lover, Caollan, from Horsa's strange war party. Conan faces off against some strong Aesir soldiers, as well as the colorful-yet-foolhardy berserker Thorgeir and the powerful witch Olva. Being caught in the middle of a blood feud between Cimmerian and Aesir chiefs is bad enough, but things get much worse when Olva summons the demonic Skrae to hunt down Conan and his secretive ward. Richard Corben's flashback sequences-featuring Conan's grandfather, Connacht-take a surprising turn when they dovetail into the present for an exciting cliffhanger! Conan the Cimmerian continues Dark Horse Comics' unique exploration of Robert E. Howard's most beloved character. FC, 32 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #5
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 5

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Frank Cho (Cover) A child that Conan's grandfather saved from death many years ago-now an old man-seeks to return the favor, but can he get to Conan and Caollan before Horsa's warriors capture their Cimmerian prey? And what good is an old man against Aesir soldiers and the vicious witch Olva? Thorgeir the Berserker gets his second round with Conan, and Caollan shows just how tough and wily a Cimmerian woman can be in battle-even when outnumbered. Richard Corben contributes stunning flashback scenes featuring Connacht, Conan's grandfather. In this issue, Corben brings us to a dark, seemingly hopeless time in the older Cimmerian's life, when he was betrayed and enslaved. Conan the Cimmerian © 2008 Conan Properties International LLC ('CPI'). CONAN, CONAN THE BARBARIAN, THE SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN, HYBORIA, and related logos, characters, names, and distinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks or registered trademarks of CPI. All rights reserved. FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #6
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 6

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Frank Cho (Cover) Richard Corben illustrates another gripping Connacht flashback, as we witness how Conan's grandfather returned to Cimmeria, found a bride, and tamed his wanderlust in order to become an integral part of his tribe. In Conan's present, Conan has overcome impossible odds and trials to return to the Cimmerian village he grew up in-only to find that much has changed in the years he's been away. With Brecan and his men closing in on the fugitive Caollan, will Conan's reunion with his former Cimmerian lover get cut short? With moody interiors by both Richard Corben and Tomás Giorello, Conan the Cimmerian continues Dark Horse Comics' exciting exploration of Robert E. Howard's beloved barbarian hero. 'Beautifully rendering Robert E. Howard's poem, 'Cimmeria,' Truman and Giorello do an outstanding job of setting the grandiose tone for their upcoming reboot by telling a simple, yet poignant story.' -IGN.com 'Tomás Giorello...has the Conan formula down to a science.' -WeeklyComicBookReview.com FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #7
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 7

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), Richard Corben (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Frank Cho (Cover) Tim Truman's 'Cimmeria' story arc comes to an explosive finale and tribal politics come to a head, as the fate of Conan's new lover is decided! Conan learns the truth about why his grandfather stayed in Cimmeria-where the old warrior became a vital member of his adopted village, yet never let go of his daydreams and wanderlust. Brecan seeks to impress his chieftain father and end current clan tensions and disputes, but his 'solution' creates even more problems and puts him at odds with an enraged Conan. Everything ties together here, as the first Conan the Cimmerian arc crescendos into a flurry of swords and emotion! FC, 40 pages NOTE: 'The artists team up to create a pitch-perfect sword and sorcery aesthetic which easily ranks the book amongst the best of comparable books on the stands.' -ign.com Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #8
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 8

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Joseph Michael Linsner (Cover) A new story arc! Conan leaves his trials and regrets behind in Cimmeria and heads into the next phase of his adventurous life-his mercenary career. Timothy Truman adapts Robert E. Howard's powerful 'Black Colossus' short story and sets Conan off on what will be his bloodiest battle yet, when the mercenaries of Amalric clash with the demonic hordes of Natohk! Conan, once a wandering thief, tries his luck as a professional soldier, joining Amalric's forces and facing condescending jabs from the noblemen in his company, who mistakenly think that the Cimmerian is an unskilled simpleton. Tomás Giorello takes on full penciling duties once again, and Joseph Michael Linsner (Dawn, Dark Ivory) returns as cover artist for this exciting arc! 'This story has cemented a new direction for Conan, and I'm eager to see where the creative team takes our favorite Cimmerian next.' -IGN.com FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #9
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 9

    Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Joseph Michael Linsner (Cover) Nahtok, a powerful wizard with the desert tribes of Shem under his command, now looks to expand his motley empire northward into the politically unstable Koth-where Koth's leaders are more likely to kill each other on the battlefield than join together to face a common foe. The only thing standing in Nahtok's way is the small border kingdom of Khoraja and their battered military forces, now led by the inexperienced Princess Yasmela. Amalric's mercenaries-with Conan still riding among their numbers-are charged with reinforcing Yasmela's depleted army, as the conquering Nahtok draws near and Yasmela is haunted by both evil threats and holy visions. Tim Truman, Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia continue their adaptation of Robert E. Howard's 'Black Colossus,' a chilling Robert E. Howard tale that finds Conan at a strange crossroads in his mercenary career and on the path to the largest-scale battle of his life, as a clash between Nahtok and Amalric's men appears inevitable! Conan the Cimmerian © 2009 Conan Properties International LLC ('CPI'). CONAN, CONAN THE BARBARIAN, THE SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN, HYBORIA, and related logos, characters, names, and distinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks or registered trademarks of CPI. All rights reserved. FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #10
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 10

    Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner. As the 'Black Colossus' story arc continues, this issue focuses on Natohk, as he builds his army of desert tribesmen, bloodthirsty nomads, and demons to begin his invasion of Hyboria! Natohk has his sights set on the border city of Khoraja first, and he sends his fearsome horde to take it and begin their full assault on Koth-a country filled with petty, quarreling rulers. Heading toward Khoraja with the rest of Amalric's mercenaries, Conan is still learning the ways of military discipline and strategy, impressing his leader while also making some enemies among Amalric's foot soldiers. Princess Yasmela is Khoraja's remaining sovereign. Haunted by terrifying apparitions and demonic visits, she prays to Mitra for help as Natohk's forces near her war-torn country and her near-defenseless city. A Wizard magazine 'Best New Series of 2008' pick! 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #11
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 11

    Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner. Not content to sit back and wait for Natohk to arrive to destroy the city of Khoraja, Conan leads his men to meet the Stygian wizard in open combat. As Amalric's mercenaries and the remaining soldiers of Khoraja march impressively out of the city, Natohk's horrifying army-backed by dark magic and otherworldly beasts-acquires yet another powerful weapon. What chance do mortal men have? Conan must deal with dissension and class conflict in his own ranks and the strange visions and revelations of Princess Yasmela before he can hope to defeat Natohk's hordes. Even though his men trust and respect him, the aristocrats resent his presence and are waiting for him to stumble so that they can fulfill their own selfish ambitions! And what news does a Zamorian thief bring out of the desert? 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #12
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 12

    Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner. Natohk's horde of desert warriors advances on Conan's band of mercenaries and the remnants of the once-proud Khorajan army-and the Battle of Shamla Pass begins! Earning the trust and admiration of his fellow soldiers, Conan impresses everyone with his natural leadership skills and tactical instincts-but that hard-earned respect may be for naught if those defending Princess Yasmela and Khoraja are massacred by Natohk's monstrous forces. From his vantage point on a plateau, Conan looks down on his opponent, as a sea of approaching swords fills the valley. Things go from bad to worse when Natohk unveils some supernatural, deadly, and horrifying surprises. Conan's first command may be his last! 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #13
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 13

    Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner. In 'Black Altar,' the relentless final chapter in the 'Black Colossus' adaptation, Natohk's desert hordes surge up the narrow Shamla Pass, and Conan's ragged army desperately attempts to hold their high ground. Outnumbered and facing an army fueled by a zealous, reborn Stygian wizard, simply surviving may be the greatest victory Conan can hope for. Any triumph will ring hollow, though, if Conan can't protect Khoraja's current sovereign, the beautiful Princess Yasmela-whom Natohk has vowed to capture! 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #14
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 14

    Written by Timothy Truman, and Ben Truman. Art by Joe Kubert and Timothy Truman. Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner. After Conan left Cimmeria and entered into a successful career as a brutal mercenary, he became the leader of Princess Yasmela's Khorajan army. In the calm after a successful campaign, Conan quickly tires of his pampered life as the princess's protector and lover. While Joe Kubert shows us what trouble a restless barbarian can get into on royal palace grounds, Tim Truman takes us back to the Cimmerian village of Conan's youth-where a surviving Skrae creature claws its way toward Fialla, Conan's mother. This standalone story, called 'Home for the Hunt,' has ties to both the 'Cimmeria' story arc from 2008 and the current 'Black Colossus' arc! With a nod to the past and hint at what's to come, this issue is perfect for both longtime readers and for intrigued fans who are looking for a 'jumping on' point. Legendary artist Joe Kubert's first sequential Conan work! 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #15
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 15

    Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Paul Lee. Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner.Ten thousand years before Conan disturbed the forbidden Temple of Set, princess Akivasha-daughter to the first great ruler of Stygia-was transformed into a vampire and cursed to haunt its halls forever. Her pampered years of hedonistic pleasure behind her, the beautiful Akivasha spent centuries with desiccated mummies and skittering monsters, as a deep loneliness grew within her. Now, something has awakened her from tedious ages of boredom. She immediately senses Conan's power and vitality when he steals into the temple, and she vows to take this Cimmerian warrior as her lover-or at least have a good time killing him! Spinning out of Robert E. Howard's Hour of the Dragon novel comes the untold tale of Akivasha, the title character to Howard's 'I Am the Woman Who Never Died' chapter. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 16

    'Free Companions': Part 1 of 3. A new story arc begins, leading to Conan's tumultuous time fighting and looting with the kozaki-a wild group of fellow mercenaries also known as the 'Free Companions.' Conan and his fellow warriors, regrouping and recovering from their battle with the wizard Natohk and his desert hordes, find themselves on the verge of having to serve in another war! Timothy Truman begins an original tale that will explore events alluded to in Robert E. Howard's Conan tales, and he will also share artistic duties with Argentine sensation Tomás Giorello to illustrate a time in Conan's life when he tries to keep his barbarous nature and hot temper in check in order to prove that he can be a leader of men. 'The latest incarnation of Conan has done nothing but live up to its predecessors.' -Broken Frontier 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #17
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 17

    'FREE COMPANIONS': Part 2 of 3. Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello and José Villarrubia. Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner. In part two of the three-issue Free Companions arc, Conan rebels against Princess Yasmela, his former lover, and seeks to infiltrate the dungeons of Koth with a small band of handpicked mercenaries. Taking place right after Robert E. Howard's 'Black Colossus' tale and setting up events that will lead directly into Dark Horse's next Howard adaptation, Free Companions finds Conan launching an impulsive precision mission to free Yasmela's captured brother, the true leader of Khoraja, who is a prisoner in Koth-a rescue operation that's either inspired and necessary or extremely foolhardy! Will betrayal lead Conan into a rage-filled suicide mission? 'Tim Truman...gets right to the heart of the character to what makes him tick. In addition, Tomás Giorello's artwork absolutely nails Conan...The colors by José Villarrubia give an added weight of emotion and realism to the story.' -mania.com 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #18
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 18

    'FREE COMPANIONS': Part 3 of 3. Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello and José Villarrubia. Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner. Defying Yasmela's orders, Conan sets himself on a runaway course that will end his time fighting with the combined forces of Amalric's mercenaries, the Khorajan army, and Julion of Koth's rebel soldiers. Our newest issue marks a turning point in Conan's career as a sword for hire, when he and his comrades find themselves without work or direction. An old battle wound threatens the life of Amalric, the leader of the restless mercenaries, and the rekindled affair between Princess Yasmela and Prince Julion continues to enrage Conan-who must take action in order to save face. This original tale explores events alluded to in Robert E. Howard's Conan tales, taking place right after Dark Horse's Black Colossus story arc and building to the birth of Conan's 'Free Companions'! 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19A
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 19A

    Cover by Joseph Michael Linsner Kozaki: Part 1 of 3 - Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Tomás Giorello returns to full penciling duties-with the remarkable colors of José Villarrubia fleshing out each page-and Timothy Truman scripts this first episode in a new, three-issue story arc entitled 'Kozaki'! After burning a few bridges and making some questionable choices, mainly fueled by jealousy over Prince Julion's recent appearance in Khoraja and a hatred for pampered royalty and their courtly life, Conan leaves Yasmela and her palace behind. Now leading Amalric's mercenary army, Conan is again responsible for the lives of others. But is he skilled and experienced enough to do the job right? In this issue, we'll also discover more bleak premonitions and clues concerning Conan's near future, when Conan and his companions leave organized mercenary life behind in order to survive as a group of raiders and looters. Such actions will undoubtedly draw the attentions of others, though, and the troubles that began for Conan in the previous 'Free Companions' arc are far from over! 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19B
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 19B

    Cover by Justin Sweet. Kozaki: Part 1 of 3 - Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Tomás Giorello returns to full penciling duties-with the remarkable colors of José Villarrubia fleshing out each page-and Timothy Truman scripts this first episode in a new, three-issue story arc entitled 'Kozaki'! After burning a few bridges and making some questionable choices, mainly fueled by jealousy over Prince Julion's recent appearance in Khoraja and a hatred for pampered royalty and their courtly life, Conan leaves Yasmela and her palace behind. Now leading Amalric's mercenary army, Conan is again responsible for the lives of others. But is he skilled and experienced enough to do the job right? In this issue, we'll also discover more bleak premonitions and clues concerning Conan's near future, when Conan and his companions leave organized mercenary life behind in order to survive as a group of raiders and looters. Such actions will undoubtedly draw the attentions of others, though, and the troubles that began for Conan in the previous 'Free Companions' arc are far from over! 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19C
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 19C

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    Dark Horse 100 Edition Limited to 1000 copies. Cover by Cary Nord. Cover by Justin Sweet. 'Kozaki': Part 1 of 3 - Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Tomás Giorello returns to full penciling duties-with the remarkable colors of José Villarrubia fleshing out each page-and Timothy Truman scripts this first episode in a new, three-issue story arc entitled 'Kozaki'! After burning a few bridges and making some questionable choices, mainly fueled by jealousy over Prince Julion's recent appearance in Khoraja and a hatred for pampered royalty and their courtly life, Conan leaves Yasmela and her palace behind. Now leading Amalric's mercenary army, Conan is again responsible for the lives of others. But is he skilled and experienced enough to do the job right? In this issue, we'll also discover more bleak premonitions and clues concerning Conan's near future, when Conan and his companions leave organized mercenary life behind in order to survive as a group of raiders and looters. Such actions will undoubtedly draw the attentions of others, though, and the troubles that began for Conan in the previous 'Free Companions' arc are far from over! 40 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #20
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 20

    Kozaki: Part 2 of 3 - Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Cover by Cary Nord. In part two of 'Kozaki,' both Sergius the pirate and the sadistic Shah Amurath decide to confront Conan's group of bandits, who are encroaching upon their territories and threatening the outlying granaries, farms, and villages of the proud country of Turan. King Yildiz quickly orders the Shah to annihilate all Kozaki riders, and Sergius arranges a parley with our favorite Cimmerian. In a tense meeting, Sergius explains how commerce works around the Vilayet Sea and offers that their two imposing forces work together against the Shah. With those in Conan's hungry crew growing wild and impatient, Conan's not even sure how long he can keep his own men together-but he'll slit the throat of any who try to defect! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #21
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 21

    Kozaki: Part 3 of 3 - Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Cover by Cary Nord and Dave Stewart. In the final episode of 'Kozaki,' Conan realizes just how far he's fallen-and how a seemingly small incident can impact entire nations and thousands of lives! Sick, surviving on swamp vermin, wounded, and weary, Conan confronts Shah Amurath's soldiers, grave robbers, and ghosts from his past. We find out exactly how he came to be in the precarious position he's now in-and if Iniri the sorceress's eerie predictions come true. This issue features a stunning cover by fan-favorite Conan alumni and Eisner Award-winners Cary Nord and Dave Stewart! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #22
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 22

    Iron Shadows in the Moon: Part 1 of 4 - Written by Timothy Truman. Art by Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia. Cover by Cary Nord and Dave Stewart. A new arc opens, and our next Robert E. Howard story adaptation begins! With Conan barely having enough time to get his brain and body in gear after surviving the Ilbars Massacre, he comes across Shah Amurath in the wetlands near the Vilayet Sea. After running into the shah and a fugitive slave, Conan embarks on his next quest: laying low on a remote island until the military heat in the region is off of him. However, the gods tend to enjoy putting Conan in precarious situations, and our beloved barbarian is soon enmeshed in pirate politics and a centuries-old mystery! Just how did those huge iron statues get to this island in the Vilayet Sea, what happens to the island at night, and what strange beast is stalking Conan and his new friend, Olivia? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #23
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 23

    Iron Shadows in the Moon: Part 2 of 4 - Timothy Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), José Villarrubia (C), and Tomás Giorello (Cover) Eluding their torments from Turan, Conan and Olivia seek to hide out on a small island in the Vilayet Sea, but they soon find themselves stalked by an unseen terror in the jungles and threatened by a group of pirates belonging to the Red Brotherhood. A centuries-old curse also haunts the island and threatens the lives of everyone on it! After surviving the massacre at Ilbars Stream and spending the ensuing weeks on the run, Conan still finds himself using his wits and survival knowledge to endure hardship and dangers. Olivia, the lovely former princess of Ophir, was rescued from slavery by Conan last issue-and she may be in a position to return the favor sooner than she'd like! Tim Truman, Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia's adaptation of Robert E. Howard's 'Iron Shadows in the Moon' continues in this action-filled second chapter. FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #24
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 24

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    Iron Shadows in the Moon: Part 3 of 4 - Tim Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), José Villarrubia (C), Dave Stewart (C), and Cary Nord (Cover) Conan and Olivia have escaped the terrible wrath of the armies of Turan by fleeing to a small island in the vast Vilayet Sea, but it seems that Conan cannot avoid all the enemies that he made as leader of the Kozaki raiders. The small island that he and Olivia have used to put some distance between them and the Turanian military has turned out to be an appealing hiding place for another group of outlaws-the Red Brotherhood! Traveling only with the beautiful Olivia, and without an army of mercenaries at his back, Conan is no longer protected from their rage. However, they may not be the most dangerous adversaries Conan will have to face if he and Olivia are to get off the island in one piece! Large predators stalk the forest, and there is something much, much worse lurking within the ruins of an ancient civilization. Tim Truman, Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia continue their adaptation of Robert E. Howard's 'Iron Shadows in the Moon.' FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #25A
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 25A

    Cover by Cary Nord. Iron Shadows in the Moon: Part 4 of 4 - Tim Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), José Villarrubia (C) The thrilling, battle-filled finale to Robert E. Howard's 'Iron Shadows in the Moon'-and Dark Horse's final Conan the Cimmerian issue! With the threat of pirates and a centuries-old evil at his heels, Conan's troubles triple when he and Olivia are confronted by the jungle creature that's been stalking them. The island where Conan once sought refuge has become a battleground with constant surprises and death in every dark corner. Tim Truman, Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia conclude their adaptation of one of Howard's strangest stories in their final issue of Conan the Cimmerian. Fear not, faithful readers, as this Conan creative team will be returning next year to chronicle the exploits, adventures, and woes of an older King Conan! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #25B
    Conan the Cimmerian (2008 Dark Horse) 25B

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    Limited 1 in 10 Variant Cover by Geof Darrow. Iron Shadows in the Moon: Part 4 of 4 - Tim Truman (W), Tomás Giorello (P), José Villarrubia (C) The thrilling, battle-filled finale to Robert E. Howard's 'Iron Shadows in the Moon'-and Dark Horse's final Conan the Cimmerian issue! With the threat of pirates and a centuries-old evil at his heels, Conan's troubles triple when he and Olivia are confronted by the jungle creature that's been stalking them. The island where Conan once sought refuge has become a battleground with constant surprises and death in every dark corner. Tim Truman, Tomás Giorello, and José Villarrubia conclude their adaptation of one of Howard's strangest stories in their final issue of Conan the Cimmerian. Fear not, faithful readers, as this Conan creative team will be returning next year to chronicle the exploits, adventures, and woes of an older King Conan! Cover price $5.00.