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Conan (2004 Dark Horse) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 1A

    White background, man w/ sword looking up. KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (A), and DAVE STEWART (C) JOSEPH MICHAEL LINSNER (cover) On sale February 4, FC, 32pg, $2.99 The greatest warrior of all time. The original epic fantasy hero. One of the best-selling comics writers of all time, Kurt Busiek, who revitalized the superhero world with Marvels and Astro City, turns his attention to one of the greatest heroes of all time. Teaming with Cary Nord, whose stunning art redefines sword and sorcery with every panel, Busiek presents Conan's story from day one, in the manner it was meant to be told. Drawing only on the original Robert E. Howard stories, the legend of Conan is brought to vivid life for the modern audience. Decades ahead of its time, Howard's stories can finally get the graphic treatment they deserve in this on going series. Fan-favorite painter Joseph Michael Linsner, famous for his fantasy epic Cry for Dawn, makes his Dark Horse debut covering our biggest launch of 2004. This is the ultimate Conan. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1B
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 1B

    Second Printing featuring a brand new cover by J. Scott Campbell! KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (A), and DAVE STEWART (C) JOSEPH MICHAEL LINSNER (cover) New Printing! FC, 32pg, $2.99 The greatest warrior of all time. The original epic fantasy hero. One of the best-selling comics writers of all time, Kurt Busiek, who revitalized the superhero world with Marvels and Astro City, turns his attention to one of the greatest heroes of all time. Teaming with Cary Nord, whose stunning art redefines sword and sorcery with every panel, Busiek presents Conan's story from day one, in the manner it was meant to be told. Drawing only on the original Robert E. Howard stories, the legend of Conan is brought to vivid life for the modern audience. Decades ahead of its time, Howard's stories can finally get the graphic treatment they deserve in this on going series. Fan-favorite comic artist J. Scott Campbell gives us a new cover for this new printing of the now sold out issue #1! This is the ultimate Conan. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1C
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 1C

    Third Printing featuring a brand new cover by interior artist Cary Nord! KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (A), and DAVE STEWART (C) JOSEPH MICHAEL LINSNER (cover) FC, 32pg, $2.99 The greatest warrior of all time. The original epic fantasy hero. One of the best-selling comics writers of all time, Kurt Busiek, who revitalized the superhero world with Marvels and Astro City, turns his attention to one of the greatest heroes of all time. Teaming with Cary Nord, whose stunning art redefines sword and sorcery with every panel, Busiek presents Conan's story from day one, in the manner it was meant to be told. Drawing only on the original Robert E. Howard stories, the legend of Conan is brought to vivid life for the modern audience. Decades ahead of its time, Howard's stories can finally get the graphic treatment they deserve in this on going series. Fan-favorite comic artist J. Scott Campbell gives us a new cover for this new printing of the now sold out issue #1! This is the ultimate Conan. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #5
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 5

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (A), TOM YEATES, and DAVE STEWART (C) JOSEPH MICHAEL LINSNER (Cover) On sale June 23, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Conan's first Hyperborean adventure reveals the secrets of immortality, and the peaceful northern paradise is shown for the nightmare it really is. Conan breaks from those who've enslaved him, but is unable to save the lives of the prisoners he leads, or the woman he's fallen in love with. ? Robert E. Howard hinted at the terrors that his character Conan suffered in Hyperborea, but Busiek and company reveal the adventure here for the first time in livid detail. ? Cary Nord is also known for his work for Marvel on Daredevil and Mutant X. ? Kurt Busiek says "There are everything from ape-men to albino giants to giant spiders to giant snakes." Just take 'giant' and put a deadly animal behind it."?Wizard Magazine #148 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #6
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 6

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (A), TOM YEATES (A), and DAVE STEWART (C) JOSEPH MICHAEL LINSNER (Cover) On sale July 28, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Once a slave, now an angry rebel, it's Conan versus the full might of the sorcerous kingdom of Hyperborea! With the lives of his allies and his lover in the balance, the swordsman must triumph over the most ancient and corrupt kingdom of his world?or watch them die! Original Conan author Robert E. Howard showed that the barbarian held a deep hatred against this magical nation, and vowed one day to grind them into the dust. Now his reasons, and the grisly truth about Hyperborea's most sacred rites, are finally revealed. ? "Any fan of heroic fantasy needs to get their hands on this book. And the preceeding zero issue. Busiek, Nord, and the rest of team conan are crafting what very well may be the best fantasy comic to debut this year, if not this decade." ? Mike Bullock, brokenfrontier.com Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #7
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 7

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (A), THOMAS YEATES (A), and DAVE STEWART (C), and JOSEPH MICHAEL LINSNER (Cover) On sale August 25, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Conan leads a rebellion against the slave masters of Hyperborea?but can even he face the mightiest sorcerers of the oldest, most corrupt civilization of the ancient world? The answers bring pain, death, and heartbreak, and reveal the truth about Hyperborea?and the source of Conan's lifelong hatred for that dark and cheerless land. Conan's February debut led to an immediate sellout and rave reviews. See what the sensation is all about! "Conan is cutting a mighty swath through the comic racks with his new ongoing [series]." ?Wizard Magazine #150 "It's not easy to teach an old barbarian new tricks, but Nord's softer "skip the inking" approach to Conan results in a stunning visual contrast to the franchise's traditionally harsh setting." Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #8
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 8

    Born on the Battlefield: Part 1 of 6 - KURT BUSIEK (W) and GREG RUTH (A) FC, 32pg "Born on the Battlefield" begins here! The legend of Conan begins in the middle of a Cimmerian war?his incredible strength and skill, evidenced in his youth, was always credited to the bloody circumstances of his birth. This special fill-in issue brings Greg Ruth, acclaimed artist of Freaks of the Heartland, into the Conan fold. "Born on the Battlefield," by Busiek and Ruth, will be spread over the next two years of the Conan monthly, in six stand-alone chapters, leading up to the epic Battle at Venarium! Next issue Cary Nord returns with the second major story arc, as Conan discovers the wonders and horrors of the civilized world?with covers by Leinil Francis Yu! ? Call it "Ultimate Conan." After almost 20 years oout of the spotlight, the iconic barbarian smashes his way back into comics and gets stripped down to his roots! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #10
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 10

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), THOMAS YEATES (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and LEINIL FRANCIS YU (Cover) On November 17, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Conan accused of murder! Burglarizing a lush temple, Conan stumbles across a dead body and is blamed for the crime. But can the city guard even hope to hold him? Part One of our two-part adaptation of Robert E. Howard's "The God in the Bowl," a locked-room mystery with broadswords, evil gods, and more. This also marks the first time Conan runs afoul of Thoth-Amon, greatest sorcerer of the Hyborian Age, who will be Conan's most deadly and implacable enemy. Find out how their long rivalry begins. ? Sales continue to climb on Dark Horse's biggest hit in years! ? Conan was listed as one of Wizard's Top Ten Books to watch in 2004. ? 2003 Eisner-Award winner (Best Single Issue?Conan: The Legend) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #11
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 11

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), THOMAS YEATES (P), DAVE STEWART (C), LEINIL FRANCIS YU (Cover) It's the fateful finale of Dark Horse's adaptation of Robert E. Howard's classic Conan story, "The God in the Bowl!" A Hyborean locked-room murder mystery explodes in horror and death, as Conan comes face-to-face with the inhuman machinations of the dread sorcerer Thoth-amon. Plus, threads build that will embroil Conan in a continent- spanning conflict that will change the direction of his life forever. ? Wizard Top Ten Books to watch in 2004 ? 2004 Eisner Award-winning for Best Single Issue Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #14
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 14

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), THOMAS YEATES (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and LEINIL FRANCIS YU (Cover) On sale March 23, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Thoth-amon, the legendary sorceror who will plague Conan throughout his life, launches his first attack, as the second story arc of this award-winning, critically lauded series concludes. A magical battle explodes, tearing up a forgotten temple as Conan and his assassin cohort take on the most evil man of the ancient world. ? "From the point we're at now, if it gets any better, we'll have to be like Spinal Tap and add an 11 to our scale." ?411mania.com ? Fanboyplanet.com says "Busiek's expansion on the works of Robert E. Howard captures the same sense of wild adventure and Cary Nord's rough pencils still charge the work with that raw energy we felt way back in issue #0." Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #15
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 15

    Born on the Battlefield: Part 2 of 6 - KURT BUSIEK (W) and GREG RUTH (A) On sale April 20, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Busiek reunites with artist Greg Ruth, whose art "is gorgeous to look at, conveying a different but equally lush vision of Cimmeria" according to The Fourth Rail. This story looks deeper into Conan's earliest adventures. Having crippled a bullying playmate, young Conan's become a solitary figure. Born on the battlefield and destined for greatness, the boy's shown a fierce independence and bravery. The adults don't know what to do with such a formidable child and the other boys are afraid of him. When he discovers an Aquilonian wizard and daughter living in the woods outside his village, Conan is torn between his respect for their rogue existence and his chance to become a real Cimmerian warrior by exposing the foreign spies. The award-winning, critically acclaimed, bestselling series continues, returning Conan to his place of prominence on the heap of comic-book icons. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 16

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), and THOMAS YEATES (P) On sale May 18, FC, 32pg, $2.99 The third major arc in the critically acclaimed, best-selling Conan series begins with Conan once again rejecting civilization, but quickly learning that sorcery reaches out into the wild as well. Cary Nord begins a much-anticipated run on covers of the series that he made a hit, as we lay the groundwork leading up to the adaptation of one of Robert E. Howard's most popular stories, "The Tower of the Elephant." ? "A writer as prominent as Kurt Busiek delivers many great works; however, this may very well be his crowning achievement. Cary Nord captures the essence of Howard's vision, with a respectful nod to the legendary Conan art created by Frank Frazetta. Together, Busiek and Nord have truly earned this award." Broken Frontier on awarding Conan their Paper Screen Gem Award in the Fantasy category. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #17
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 17

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), THOMAS YEATES (P), and DAVE STEWART (C) On sale June 22, FC, 32pg, $2.99. Conan's travels take him to the most dangerous place in Zamoria?the infamous City of Thieves! Bruised, angry, and fed up with both men and mysticism, Conan's ready to start handing out a few lessons in arse-kicking?and he finds plenty of contenders willing to take him on. And that's only the beginning of an adventure ranging from bloody back- alleys to the secrets of the universe?with a few sultry, seductive dangers in-between. Cary Nord continues his stirring run of covers, showing one and all why Conan has been a smash success for Dark Horse, and one of Wizard magazine's picks for biggest events of 2004. ? "On some larger level I know what to expect from Conan, but on an issue-by-issue basis I never know what I'm going to get next. Busiek and company have succeeded in blending the enduring strengths of Robert E. Howard's pulp creation and some exquisite comic- book storytelling to create a modern day masterpiece of the form." Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 19

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), and DAVE STEWART (C) On sale August 24, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Conan unleashes an ancient evil of extraordinary power in this story that sets the stage for the adaptation of one of Robert E. Howard's most-praised Conan stories, "The Tower of the Elephant," beginning next month. Civilization continues to prove unsavory to the Cimmerian barbarian as he navigates through the teeming villainy of the City of Thieves. Determined to profit from this den of peril, Conan attempts to rob a luxuriant temple only to find himself face-to-face with an unscrupulous power bent upon its own escape. Yet, even that may not be as troubling as a woman from Conan's past who has returned to the scene, unexpectedly. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #20
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 20

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and JOSÉ LADRONN (Cover) On sale September 21, FC, 32pg, $2.99 The critically acclaimed, best-selling Conan series begins its highly anticipated adaptation of Robert E. Howard's "The Tower of the Elephant," one of the most popular Conan tales of all time. A bar fight in the City of Thieves yields far more than expected when Conan learns of the fabled and impregnable Tower of the Elephant. Determined to rob it, Conan sets out on a quest that will involve new comrades, sudden death, horrifying creatures, and gruesome unsettling fates for both gods and men. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #21
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 21

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and LADRÖNN (Cover) On sale October 19, FC, 32pg, $2.99 The award-winning team of Busiek and Nord continue their adaptation of one of Robert E. Howard's greatest Conan stories, with the second part of "The Tower of the Elephant." Conan, at the side of Taurus, Prince of Thieves, assaults the dreaded Elephant Tower? but deadly peril awaits at every turn, from hungry lions to giant spiders, and it'll take all his barbarian skill merely to stay alive long enough to make it inside. Yet, once inside, the tower holds secrets far stranger and darker than anything Conan could have prepared for. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #22
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 22

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (A), DAVE STEWART (C), and LADRÖNN (Cover) On sale November 23, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Robert E. Howard's seminal Conan tale "The Tower of the Elephant" comes to its blood- spattering conclusion in this final chapter of Busiek and Nord's adaptation. Deep in the Elephant Tower, Conan comes face to face with a god-creature from a far-off world, and has his final confrontation with a sorcerer powerful enough and mad enough to imprison a god. Death has come to the Elephant Tower, and none will walk away unchanged. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #23
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 23

    Born on the Battlefield: Part 3 of 6 - KURT BUSIEK (W) and GREG RUTH (A) FC, 32pg, $2.99 Kurt Busiek teams up with Greg Ruth for another eye-popping tale spotlighting Conan's earliest years. At the age of ten, Conan already finds boyhood too small to contain his manly strength and ambition. But when disease strikes him and his village, he is left weak and unworthy. Determined to regain his self-respect, he journeys alone to the site of one of Cimmeria's bloodiest battles?but little does Conan know that vile men hide in the shadows of this place, waiting to prey upon those so foolish as to awaken the fallen warriors from their uneasy sleep. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #24A
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 24A

    KURT BUSIEK (W), CARY NORD (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover). On sale January 18, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Eisner-award-nominated artist Cary Nord and Eisner-Award-winning colorist Dave Stewart return to Conan to launch a brand-new story arc by Kurt Busiek building up to the adaptation of Robert E. Howard's original Conan yarn, "The Hall of the Dead." Fresh from his triumphs in the City of Thieves with a willing, wanton wench at his side, Conan's out for the good life?drinking, debauchery, and a nighttime looting spree so unrestrained that even the crowned heads of Zamora are displeased. All this attention- getting sets a rogue as wily as Conan on his tail, and if that wasn't enough, the Cimmerian's ways might just place him on the business end of an entire army. ? A perfect jumping-on point for new readers, featuring a new stage in Conan's life! ? Wizard Book of the Month?March 2005! ? Cover by Eisner-award winner Tony Harris, white-hot artist of Ex Machina! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #26
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 26

    KURT BUSIEK (W), TIM TRUMAN (A), TONY HARRIS (Cover), and DAVE STEWART (C) On sale March 22, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Beginning a stunning two-parter drawn by legendary storyteller Tim Truman (Grimjack, Hawkworld, Jonah Hex)! The Prince and his mysterious Wazir, featured in Conan #0 and the series' framing sequences, share center stage with Conan in a two-tiered story. Having added new lands to his father's empire, the Prince must deal with diplomacy, border wars, and a local champion. The Wazir offers guidance with a legend of when Conan was a hill-chief of the Afghulis, high in the Himeliam mountains. Conan is building the seeds of a kingdom?can he betray a brave man to gain power? And if he can, should the Prince do the same? Imperial skullduggery, high-mountain action, and devious schemes take the spotlight in this gorgeously drawn tale. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #27
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 27

    KURT BUSIEK (W), TIM TRUMAN (P/Cover), and DAVE STEWART (C). Double-barreled action as two tales intertwine! In one, Conan leads a daring raid in the high mountain ranges of the East for the prize of a new-minted crown. Is this the beginning of Conan's kingdom, or will treachery and guile bring him down? In the other storyline, the Prince and his Wazir face turmoil on the empire's border, and must punish a daring rebel?but is it justice? How the two tales, set centuries apart, affect one another make for surprise twists and a unique showdown that sets the stage for serious trouble to come. Part two of a two-parter drawn by the fabulous Tim Truman (Grimjack). Two stories, two leads, and two fateful choices?no wonder Conan is the hottest fantasy comic on the stands! On sale April 19, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #28
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 28

    KURT BUSIEK (W), ERIC POWELL (A), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover). FC, 32pg, $2.99. Illustrated by Eisner Award-winning Goon creator Eric Powell! A special one-shot story in honor of Conan creator Robert E. Howard's centennial! From Eisner Award-winning creators Kurt Busiek and Eric Powell, this issue tells the story of one wild and fateful night in the life of a young storyteller in an Aquilonian farming community ? the night that Conan and his cohorts came to town, pursued by demons straight out of hell. Always a dreamer, telling tales of great deeds in faraway lands, the storyteller gets a first-hand look at all-out action, heroism, and sacrifice on the dusty streets of his hometown. Conan rallies the entire town to defend itself or be torn to shreds. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #29A
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 29A

    MIKE MIGNOLA (W), CARY NORD (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover) Hellboy creator Mike Mignola takes over writing duties on Conan for a three-part story adapting one of Robert E. Howard's legendary "lost" story fragments, "The Hall of the Dead"! Pursued by a small army, Conan heads for shelter in the ancient ruins of a forgotten city, lured by a flimsy rumor of treasure. Instead, he finds the fallen idols of twisted gods and a lot of croaking creatures. Luckily, frogs are no match for a Cimmerian... right? From artist Cary Nord and comics visionary Mike Mignola comes one of the weirdest tales ever cooked up by Howard, taking Conan on an adventure far darker, and slimier, than he's ever faced before. FC, 32pg Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #29B
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 29B

    Mike Mignola Variant Cover! MIKE MIGNOLA (W), CARY NORD (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover) On sale June 21, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Hellboy creator Mike Mignola takes over writing duties on Conan for a three-part story adapting one of Robert E. Howard's legendary "lost" story fragments, "The Hall of the Dead"! Pursued by a small army, Conan heads for shelter in the ancient ruins of a forgotten city, lured by a flimsy rumor of treasure. Instead, he finds the fallen idols of twisted gods and a lot of croaking creatures. Luckily, frogs are no match for a Cimmerian... right? From artist Cary Nord and comics visionary Mike Mignola comes one of the weirdest tales ever cooked up by Howard, taking Conan on an adventure far darker, and slimier, than he's ever faced before. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #30A
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 30A

    MIKE MIGNOLA (W), CARY NORD (A), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover) Conan battles a gelatinous abomination older than history itself in this continuation of Robert E. Howard's "The Hall of the Dead" adapted by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and drawn by Cary Nord. Grasping, groping tentacles meet cold, hard steel as Conan struggles to avoid the churning gullet of an adversary unlike any he's faced before. In an abandoned city long lost to the hearts and memories of man, where will the Cimmerian turn for refuge? The haunting dead of this ancient place offer no solace, but they want nothing more than for Conan to join their dank and lifeless company. FC, 32pg. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #30B
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 30B

    MIKE MIGNOLA (W), CARY NORD (A), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover) Conan battles a gelatinous abomination older than history itself in this continuation of Robert E. Howard's "The Hall of the Dead" adapted by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and drawn by Cary Nord. Grasping, groping tentacles meet cold, hard steel as Conan struggles to avoid the churning gullet of an adversary unlike any he's faced before. In an abandoned city long lost to the hearts and memories of man, where will the Cimmerian turn for refuge? The haunting dead of this ancient place offer no solace, but they want nothing more than for Conan to join their dank and lifeless company. FC, 32pg. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #31A
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 31A

    MIKE MIGNOLA (W), CARY NORD (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover) Mike Mignola and Cary Nord conclude their bone-crunching adaptation of Robert E. Howard's "The Hall of the Dead" with an epic battle that allies Conan with a former enemy against slithering shadows and a veritable onslaught of undead warriors! Retainers to a lord long forgotten awaken to protect a treasure so sizable even the dead bemoan to see it stolen. Can a cunning Cimmerian and a foe-turned-friend withstand the power of such dark sorceries long enough to escape with both the loot and their lives? ? Written by Eisner Award-winning Hellboy creator Mike Mignola! FC, 32pg. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #31B
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 31B

    MIKE MIGNOLA (W), CARY NORD (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover) Mike Mignola and Cary Nord conclude their bone-crunching adaptation of Robert E. Howard's "The Hall of the Dead" with an epic battle that allies Conan with a former enemy against slithering shadows and a veritable onslaught of undead warriors! Retainers to a lord long forgotten awaken to protect a treasure so sizable even the dead bemoan to see it stolen. Can a cunning Cimmerian and a foe-turned-friend withstand the power of such dark sorceries long enough to escape with both the loot and their lives? Written by Eisner Award-winning Hellboy creator Mike Mignola! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #32
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 32

    Born on the Battlefield: Part 4 of 6 - KURT BUSIEK (W) and GREG RUTH (A/Cover) Kurt Busiek and Greg Ruth return to Conan with another blood-stirring installment of "Born on the Battlefield," a series of stand-alone stories chronicling Conan's portentous formative years. Spring has come to the hard hills of Cimmeria and life is eventful for Conan?the robust youth earning the affection of more than one young woman. Yet gentle days are not long-lived in this land. A storm comes on the horizon. When it breaks, Conan will discover the consequences of his choices, determining not only his own fate, but that of his entire village?featuring the formative event from Robert E. Howard's account of Conan's youth: the boy vs. the bull! ? The Conan ongoing series was a Wizard Magazine Book of the Month for March 2005! ? "Conan has an endearing earnestness that hearkens back to the golden age of pulp fiction." ?Publisher's Weekly FC, 32pg. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #33
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 33

    TIMOTHY TRUMAN (W), CARY NORD (A), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover). Ongoing Comic-book folk hero Timothy Truman makes his debut as the regular writer of the Conan ongoing with a skull-shattering story of mad dogs, scheming priests, and humanoid abominations! With the beautiful Jiara in tow, Conan journeys west, away from the treacherous City of Thieves and into the jagged, desolate hills of Zamora. Yet lurking amidst the rocks are adversaries hungry for his flesh, his purse, and his soul. A day of death and pain has dawned for the Cimmerian, and when it ends, the wild, the wicked, and the foolish shall fear one name?Conan! ? Conan #33 is the debut issue of new series writer Timothy Truman?the beginning of a whole new era in Conan. ? Features ten extra story pages! ? Wizard Book of the Month?March 2005. FC, 40 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #34
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 34

    Deep in the Zamorian hills, a savage tribe of inbred man-beasts has captured Conan and the beautiful Jiara. Into a dank hall caved from the rocky earth the Cimmerian and his buxom companion must descend to please and entertain the lord of these twisted half-breeds-the abominable Spider King! A monstrous climax to this two-part tale, with bloody consequences for all, told in the Robert E. Howard tradition by the celebrated storytellers Timothy Truman, Cary Nord, and Dave Stewart. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #35
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 35

    TIMOTHY TRUMAN (W), PAUL LEE (P), DAVE STEWART (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover) The traitors are dead, but their treachery lives on . . . King Conan has foiled a plot to assassinate him and usurp his throne, but the intrigue runs deeper than even he can guess, drawing the barbarian king into a web of dark magics and darker deeds. Conan artist Cary Nord catches his breath as seasoned Conan veteran Paul Lee joins regular writer Tim Truman to spin this tantalizing tale of mystery, magic, and mayhem, set during Conan's reign as king of Aquilonia. ? Wizard Book of the Month?March 2005 ? An oft-requested peek into Conan's years as king, and a direct sequel to Robert E. Howard's "The Phoenix on the Sword." FC, 32 pages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #36
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 36

    'Crom curse Picts and Prophets!' King Conan has traced the treachery to its source: a dark Prophet who has rallied the Picts to arms. Now, the Cimmerian must place his life in the hands of a mysterious Pictish witch as he ventures into the depths of the ocean to find the only weapon that can stop the Prophet. Conan artist Cary Nord catches his breath as seasoned Conan veteran Paul Lee (Demons of Khitai) joins regular writer Tim Truman to spin this tantalizing tale of mystery, magic, and mayhem, set during Conan's reign as king of Aquilonia. ? An oft-requested peek into Conan's years as king, and a direct sequel to Robert E. Howard's 'The Phoenix on the Sword.' 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. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #37
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 37

    Honor among thieves...Conan and his companions have escaped the Spider King and made their way to a new city. But even as Conan fights his way through the arena, one of his friends is plotting his betrayal. The first part of the prelude to the Conan classic 'Rogues in the House,' told in the Robert E. Howard tradition by the celebrated storytellers Timothy Truman, Cary Nord, and Dave Stewart. ? Colorist Richard Isanove (Wolverine: Origin) joins the Conan team! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #38
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 38

    Cursed and betrayed. Jiara's treachery comes to a head as she proves once and for all that her affection was for the contents of Conan's purse, not his pants. And Nestor learns that his own loyalty to the Cimmerian may cost him more than he had bargained for-in this life and the next! The second part of the prelude to the Conan classic 'Rogues in the House,' told in the Robert E. Howard tradition by celebrated storytellers Timothy Truman, Cary Nord, and new Conan colorist Richard Isanove (Wolverine: Origin). Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #39
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 39

    The return of Janissa the Widowmaker! Far from civilized shores, at the edge of a deep jungle, the Tower of Tara-Teth is impassible by even the most skilled swordsmen and thieves. Now, Conan must defeat its devious magic to claim the treasure that it hides. But as Conan fights his way through the tower's guardians, the deadliest swordswoman of the Hyborian Age also seeks the Tower's prize . . . Writer Kurt Busiek teams with celebrated artist and Conan veteran Rafael Kayanan (Conan the Adventurer, Savage Sword of Conan). Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #40
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 40

    King Conan has vanquished the forces of Koth and slain the cruel wizard Tsotha. But the barbarian king learns too late that severing a wizard's head makes him no less dangerous when Tsotha returns with a new and deadly ally: Conan's ancient foe, Thoth-amon! Writer Timothy Truman, penciller Paul Lee, and returning colorist Dave Stewart offer an oft-requested peek into Conan's years as King of Aquilonia in this direct follow-up to Robert E. Howard's 'The Scarlet Citadel.' Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #41
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 41

    Rogues in the House: Part 1 of 4 - The first part of Timothy Truman and Cary Nord's adaptation of the Robert E. Howard classic 'Rogues in the House' ! A favorite of fans and critics alike, the seminal Conan story 'Rogues in the House' first appeared in Weird Tales in 1934. Now, writer Timothy Truman and artist Cary Nord bring you the tale of the Red Priest, as you've never seen it before. With Conan's only friend on the gallows and his light-of-love in another man's arms, the Cimmerian's lot looks grim, indeed. But before Conan's crimes can catch up with him, the plotting of a treacherous nobleman and a dark priest propel him into one of his most chilling adventures yet . . . ? The seminal Robert E. Howard Conan story 'Rogues in the House' featuring the tale of the Red Priest! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #42
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 42

    Rogues in the House: Part 2 of 4 - TIMOTHY TRUMAN (W), CARY NORD (A), and RICHARD ISANOVE (C) FC, 32 pages Red House, Red Priest: The second part of Timothy Truman and Cary Nord's adaptation of the Robert E. Howard classic 'Rogues in the House'! A favorite of fans and critics alike, the seminal Conan story 'Rogues in the House' first appeared in Weird Tales. Now, writer Timothy Truman and artist Cary Nord bring you the tale of the Red Priest, as you've never seen it before. Free once again, Conan heads out to settle his debts, with the nobleman who engineered his escape and the wench who arranged for his capture! Full of fearsome foes, political double crosses, and horror in the best tradition of Robert E. Howard, 'Rogues in the House' is sure to delight seasoned Conan fans and newcomers alike. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #43
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 43

    Rogues in the House: Part 3 of 4 - This is the penultimate chapter of Timothy Truman's adaptation of the Robert E. Howard classic 'Rogues in the House!' A favorite of fans and critics alike, the seminal Conan story 'Rogues in the House' first appeared in Weird Tales. Now, writer Timothy Truman and artist Tomàs Giorello bring you the tale of the Red Priest, as you've never seen it before. Trapped in the labyrinthine halls of the Red Priest's house, and stalked by a mysterious horror, Conan and his uneasy ally Murillo have made a wary alliance with the Priest himself. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #44
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 44

    Rogues in the House: Part 4 of 4 - The captivating conclusion of Timothy Truman and Cary Nord's adaptation of the classic Robert E. Howard story! A favorite of fans and critics alike, the seminal Conan story 'Rogues in the House' first appeared in Weird Tales. Now, writer Timothy Truman and artist Cary Nord bring you the tale of the Red Priest, as you've never seen it before. Trapped in the labyrinthine halls of the Red Priest's house, and stalked by a mysterious horror, Conan and Murillo have made a wary alliance with the Priest himself. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #45
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 45

    Born on the Battlefield: Part 5 of 6 - The rising storm continues to swell in this new chapter of 'Born on the Battlefield.' As the fist of Aquilonia tightens around Cimmeria's neck, the tribes have laid siege to the fort of Venarium in a desperate bid to protect their homeland from the encroaching empire. Kurt Busiek and Greg Ruth return to Conan, launching the thunderous conclusion to their critically acclaimed saga of the barbarian's youth. Kurt Busiek and Greg Ruth return to the world of Conan! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #46
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 46
    • Signed by writer Kurt Busiek with Lone Star

    Born on the Battlefield: Part 6 of 6 - At last, the Battle of Venarium: a tale gorged with blood, death, triumph, loss, glory, and revelation, as Conan reaches the first major turning point in his life before leaving Cimmeria for the world outside and becoming a legend in both... Master storyteller Kurt Busiek and painter Greg Ruth present the grand finale to their critically acclaimed saga of the barbarian's youth! The grand finale of 'Born on the Battlefield'! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #47
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 47

    The Hand of Nergal: Part 1 of 4 - Dark Horse Comics and the Conan team are proud to introduce new series artist Tomás Giorello! Best known for the powerful fantasy illustrations for Wizards of the Coast and other prominent publishers, Giorello has also made his mark on comics, contributing to a slew of Star Wars titles. Now, he lends his dynamic pencils to the barbarian, joining writer Timothy Truman as he takes Conan from the boisterous 'Rogues in the House' to an adaptation of the darker Howard fragment 'The Hand of Nergal.' Conan has escaped the city with his head intact, but little else to show for his labors. Little does he know that a piece of his past still follows him, stalking the Cimmerian with the patience of the grave... Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #48
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 48

    The Hand of Nergal: Part 2 of 4 - TIMOTHY TRUMAN (W), TOMÁS GIORELLO (A), RICHARD ISANOVE (C), and CARY NORD (Cover) Conan finds himself embroiled in a political struggle turned bloody between a naive young prince and a sinister sorcerer who calls upon the god of the underworld to help aid him in building an army of demonic abominations, intent on conquering not just his own kingdom, but all of Hyboria! But that's not the only danger that threatens to destroy Conan's world. Little does he know, a piece of his past still follows him, stalking the Cimmerian with the patience of the grave. All roads lead to the doomed city of Yaralet in this stunning adaptation of Robert E. Howard's lost fragment 'The Hand of Nergal.' Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #50
    Conan (2004 Dark Horse) 50

    The Hand of Nergal: Part 4 of 4 - TIMOTHY TRUMAN (W), TOMÀS GIORELLO (A), JD METTLER (C), and TONY HARRIS (Cover) Death has surrounded Conan the Cimmerian since he was a young boy, but he's never had to face it like this. Victim of a vengeful curse, Conan's steadfast companion must be laid to rest again, despite having already suffered a grisly death, but time is short. The Cimmerian must dispatch his old friend before the curse can claim all he has left . . . his very soul. Unfortunately, that isn't even Conan's most immediate concern. Surrounded by a demonic legion controlled by a power-hungry sorcerer, the barbarian and his comrades must stop the madman before he can conjure the very god of death itself and cross the fearsome deity into their realm to wreak havoc on all of Hyboria. It will take everything the warriors have to stop the forces of darkness before it's too late! ? Be there for the final issue of the adaptation of Robert E. Howard's lost fragment 'The Hand of Nergal' and the final issue of the Conan monthly series-a special double-sized issue with over forty pages of story with a very special cover by returning Eisner Award-winning Conan cover artist Tony Harris! ? But fear not Conan fans, the mighty Cimmerian returns in June with the inaugural issue of Conan the Cimmerian, the NEW ongoing Conan series from Dark Horse, beginning a new chapter in Conan's life! Cover price $4.99.