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Conan the King (1980) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Conan the King (1980) 1
    Published Mar 1980 by Marvel.

    Fantasy-filled first issue! Mightiest monarch of a time-lost land! Face to face with Thoth-Amon! "The Witch of the Mists" is written by Roy Thomas, with art and cover by John Buscema and Ernie Chan. Note: Adapted from "The Witch of the Mists" by DeCamp and Carter. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #2
    Conan the King (1980) 2
    Published Jun 1980 by Marvel.

    Death beyond the River Styx! "The Black Sphinx of Nebthu" is written by Roy Thomas, with art and cover by John Buscema and Ernie Chan. Note: Adapted from "The Black Sphinx of Nebthu" by DeCamp and Carter. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #3
    Conan the King (1980) 3
    Published Sep 1980 by Marvel.

    All new! A double-length action epic! Dragonwings over Zembabwei! "Red Moon of Zembabwei" is written by Roy Thomas, with art and cover by John Buscema and Danny Bulanadi. Note: Adapted from "Red Moon of Zembabwei" by DeCamp and Carter. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #4
    Conan the King (1980) 4
    Published Dec 1980 by Marvel.

    The sword-and-sorcery saga that had to be told! Conan vs. Thoth-Amon--to the death! "Shadows in the Skull" is written by Roy Thomas, with art by John Buscema and Danny Bulanadi. Cover by John Buscema and Ernie Chan. Note: Adapted from "Shadows in the Skull" by DeCamp and Carter. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #5
    Conan the King (1980) 5
    Published Mar 1981 by Marvel.

    For the ring of Rakhamon and the life of his queen, Conan must battle...the sorcerer in the realm of madness! "The Ring of Rakhamon!" is written by Roy Thomas, with pencils and cover by John Buscema. Note: Adapted from the novel Conan the Avenger by L. Sprague DeCamp and Bjorn Nyberg. Plus: a 5-page Conan Portfolio by Ernie Chan. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
    Conan the King (1980) 6
    Published Jun 1981 by Marvel.

    The lady's name is trouble! "Vengeance from the Desert!" is written by Roy Thomas, with art by John Buscema and Ernie Chan. Note: Adapted from the novel Conan the Avenger by L. Sprague DeCamp and Bjorn Nyberg. Plus: a King Conan pin-up by Ernie Chan, and a Red Sonja pin-up by Tony DeZuniga. Cover by Walt Simonson. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #7
    Conan the King (1980) 7
    Published Sep 1981 by Marvel.

    "A Clash of Kings!" is written by Roy Thomas, with art by John Buscema and Ernie Chan. Note: Adapted from the novel Conan the Avenger by L. Sprague DeCamp and Bjorn Nyberg. Plus: pin-ups by Franc Reyes, Ernie Colon and Paul Smith. Cover by John Buscema. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #8
    Conan the King (1980) 8
    Published Dec 1981 by Marvel.

    "A Queen Reclaimed!" is written by Roy Thomas, with art by John Buscema and Ernie Chan. Note: Adapted from the novel Conan the Avenger by L. Sprague DeCamp and Bjorn Nyberg. Plus: pin-ups by Keith Pollard, Ernie Chan and Gil Kane. Cover by John Buscema. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    Conan the King (1980) 9
    Published Mar 1982 by Marvel.

    "Bones of the Brown Man" is written by Doug Moench, with art by John Buscema and Ernie Chan. Cover by John Buscema. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #10
    Conan the King (1980) 10
    Published Apr 1982 by Marvel.
  • Issue #11
    Conan the King (1980) 11
    Published Jul 1982 by Marvel.
  • Issue #12
    Conan the King (1980) 12
    Published Sep 1982 by Marvel.
  • Issue #13
    Conan the King (1980) 13
    Published Nov 1982 by Marvel.
  • Issue #14
    Conan the King (1980) 14
    Published Jan 1983 by Marvel.
  • Issue #15
    Conan the King (1980) 15
    Published Mar 1983 by Marvel.
  • Issue #16
    Conan the King (1980) 16
    Published May 1983 by Marvel.
  • Issue #17
    Conan the King (1980) 17
    Published Jul 1983 by Marvel.

    With grave doubts as to his father's capability of leadership, Conn goes on a personal odyssey to discover the value of kings. "A Tyrant in Amber" is written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by John Buscema and Rudy Nebres. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #18
    Conan the King (1980) 18
    Published Sep 1983 by Marvel.

    In the midst of a costumed celebration for the god Mitra, King Conan finds himself battling the cannibalistic Ibo Mala in "The Devil of Darfar." Written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Rudy Nebres. Cover by John Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #19
    Conan the King (1980) 19
    Published Nov 1983 by Marvel.

    When beautiful Queen Zenobia is captured by the pirate Iron Bones, King Conan sets sail on a hair-raising rescue mission. But...maybe she doesn't want to be rescued! "Bones and Blade" is written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Marc Silvestri and Mike Gustovich. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #20
    Conan the King (1980) 20
    Published Jan 1984 by Marvel.

    A major turning point in the kingly career of our sullen Cimmerian! "The Prince Is Dead..." and the news of his son's death drives Conan to abdicate the throne of Aquilonia! What lies in store? Plus - the never-before-revealed story of how Conan became King Conan in the first place! Special note - look especially carefully, 'cause this title sports a brand new cover logo starting with this issue! Written by Alan Zelenetz, with pencils by Marc Silvestri. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #21
    Conan the King (1980) 21
    Published Mar 1984 by Marvel.

    In the aftermath of the death of Prince Conn, Conan is at his most vulnerable! So an assassination attempt just might work! But when Conan's Royal Wine Steward is involved, it's no ordinary plot against the king! "Shadows" is written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Marc Silvestri and Dave Simons. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #22
    Conan the King (1980) 22
    Published May 1984 by Marvel.

    At last, King Conan has a clue to his son's killers! But with a deadly poison coursing through his blood, he's too sick to go after them! That's where "The Black Dragons" come in! And they're the most fearsome fighting force in the whole Hyborean Age! Written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #23
    Conan the King (1980) 23
    Published Jul 1984 by Marvel.

    Why would King Conan protect the killer of his son, Price Conn? There's more here than meets the eye! We'll give you a hint--somebody left a sinister clue to the mystery last issue! Absorb yourself in "Ordeal." Written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Marc Silvestri and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #24
    Conan the King (1980) 24
    Published Sep 1984 by Marvel.

    Conan's son is kidnapped! Where is he? It's too much for even King Conan to handle alone! But when he and the Black Dragons take off after Taurus, they encounter the least expected obstacle of all! "A Witch's Tale" is written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Dave Simons and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta and Charles Vess. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #25
    Conan the King (1980) 25
    Published Nov 1984 by Marvel.

    Not only would Conan's daughter rather marry a Black Dragon than her betrothed--but her intended father-in-law, Baron Maloric, wants to see Conan dead! "Daggers" is written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Marc Silvestri and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #26
    Conan the King (1980) 26
    Published Jan 1985 by Marvel.

    Action, suspense and intrigue lovers, this one is for you! Conan recruits a new Black Dragon. Chief Adviser Trocero quits and Conan replaces him with the secret mastermind behind all the attempts on his life--Baron Maloric! How long will it be before the second most powerful man in Aquilonia becomes the most powerful? Baron Maloric's not telling! "Passage" is written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Marc Silvestri and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #27
    Conan the King (1980) 27
    Published Mar 1985 by Marvel.

    A wizard is searching for a secret talisman of power. But he refuses to tell King Conan what it is or why he needs it! It is a search cloaked in mystery and surrounded by murder! "A Death in Stygia" is written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Marc Silvestri and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #28
    Conan the King (1980) 28
    Published May 1985 by Marvel.

    King Conan confronts a conflict that he cannot ignore when into his court bursts...Red Sonja! Is Conan still a man, or has his crown turned Hyborea's greatest barbarian into a wimp? Red Sonja demands to know. And Conan must find the truth in "Call of the Wild." Written by Alan Zelenetz, with art by Marc Silvestri and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mary Wilshire and Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #29
    Conan the King (1980) 29
    Published Jul 1985 by Marvel.

    It's Hyborean adventure and intrigue at its pulse-pounding best, when King Conan readies to defend Aquilonia from without--while trusted courtiers plot his assassination from within! "The Sleeping Lion" premieres new regular scripter Don Kraar! Art by Marc Silvestri and Art Nichols. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #30
    Conan the King (1980) 30
    Published Sep 1985 by Marvel.

    Mike Kaluta cover. Why are the Picts invading Aquilonia? And where did they get their sophisticated war machines? If King Conan cannot discover that answer, it will mean the end of Aquilonia! But the time he needs has run out--for the Picts have slain his elite guard, the Black Dragons! "Revenge on the Black River" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #31
    Conan the King (1980) 31
    Published Nov 1985 by Marvel.

    King Conan has beaten back the Picts on the western border! But in his absence, intruders from Ophir and Argos plot his overthrow in the heart of Aquilonia itself! "Force of Arms" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #32
    Conan the King (1980) 32
    Published Jan 1986 by Marvel.

    The war rages on. Enemies press in, and corruption and betrayal fester within the court! When the royal family is separated, and Princess Radegund falls under the power of the evil priest Crassus, the ultimate disaster threatens! "Juggernaut" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Vince Colletta. Cover by Mike Docherty and Geof Isherwood. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #33
    Conan the King (1980) 33
    Published Mar 1986 by Marvel.

    The followers of Asura join King Conan's army in the war against the kingdoms surrounding Aquilonia. But will even these reinforcements be enough to halt the treachery against King Conan--treachery directed by High Priest Crassus! "Day of Wrath" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Art Nichols. Cover by Armando Gil. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #34
    Conan the King (1980) 34
    Published May 1986 by Marvel.

    King Conan and his battered army launch a final assault against the invading armies of Ophir, Nemedia and Argos. But the danger on the battlefield is nothing compared to what the traitorous high-priest, Crassus, has planned for Conan's daughter! "Harvest of Death" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Vince Colletta. Cover by Mike Docherty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #35
    Conan the King (1980) 35
    Published Jul 1986 by Marvel.

    The war against Aquilonia is at an impasse! Who will hold the keys of ultimate victory? Will it be King Conan? Or will it be the traitor Crassus, who knows the true whereabouts of Conan's son, Prince Taurus! "The Ravaged Land" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Judith Hunt and Art Nichols. Cover by Judith Hunt and Armando Gil. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #36
    Conan the King (1980) 36
    Published Sep 1986 by Marvel.

    Conan carries the war to Nemedia! But any victory he wins may be permanently destroyed because the traitor Crassus has Conan's son, Taurus! "The Road to Empire" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Judith Hunt, Mike Manley and Art Nichols. Cover by Judith Hunt and Art Nichols. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #37
    Conan the King (1980) 37

    While King Conan's army pushes back the legions of the nations allied against him, Conan's long-lost son, Taurus, is ordered by the traitor Crassus to carry out a deadly task. And the web of romance threatens Conan's daughter in a way she least expects as she finds herself drawn ever closer to the son of the man her father slew! "The Sack of Belverus" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Judith Hunt, Mike Manley and Al Williamson. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #38
    Conan the King (1980) 38
    Published Jan 1987 by Marvel.

    Conan has conquered the kingdom of Nemedia. But Conan's plans of revenge against the other monarchs who invaded his kingdom is diverted when he learns that his son, Prince Taurus, is still alive! Little does he realize that his search for his son could result in his downfall! "...Crossroads" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Judith Hunt, Mike Manley and Art Nichols. Cover by Mike Manley, Judith Hunt and Al Williamson. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #39
    Conan the King (1980) 39
    Published Mar 1987 by Marvel.

    Death comes to claim King Conan! Will Conan die in "The Tower"? Written by Don Kraar, with art by Judith Hunt, Mike Manley and Art Nichols. Cover by Ron Wagner. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #40
    Conan the King (1980) 40
    Published May 1987 by Marvel.

    The fate of Conan's family may overwhelm Conan's need to end his war against the nations threatening to destroy his kingdom. "Of Sorcery and Steel" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #41
    Conan the King (1980) 41
    Published Jul 1987 by Marvel.

    What dark secret in Taurus' past could make him a traitor to mankind and the assassin of his father, King Conan? The unholy truth is to be found in "The Blood of the Serpent." Written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover by Mike Docherty and Armando Gil. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #42
    Conan the King (1980) 42
    Published Sep 1987 by Marvel.

    King Conan launches the greatest sea invasion in the history of the Hyborean Age to destroy the nation of Argos for daring to war against his kingdom of Aquilonia. "The Armada" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #43
    Conan the King (1980) 43
    Published Nov 1987 by Marvel.

    It's a perilous journey across the seas as King Conan lays siege to the far-off city of Argos in a bloody "Conquest"! Written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #44
    Conan the King (1980) 44
    Published Jan 1988 by Marvel.

    The evil Crassus and King Xantus may be dead, but Queen Leora has escaped to form a devilish alliance with the mage Caliastros and the Warlord of Koth! And the trio has captured King Conan's son, Prince Conn, and robbed him of his memory. Can Rufio and Deryck rescue Conn before he's used as a weapon against his own father? "The Spoils of Victory" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #45
    Conan the King (1980) 45
    Published Mar 1988 by Marvel.

    The Corinthian magician Caliastros has forgotten more magic than most of the Hyborian world's sorcerers know! Having robbed Conan's son, Conn, of his memory, Caliastros and his fiendish allies force Conn to battle his friend, Deryck! It's up to the jester Rufio to save Conn. But the villains don't know that Rufio has a very special weapon--King Conan himself! "Caliastros" is written by Don Kraar, with art and cover by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #46
    Conan the King (1980) 46
    Published May 1988 by Marvel.

    While King Conan faces his greatest victory on the battlefield, his wife and unborn child are under attack by the sorcerer Caliastros! Can King Conan prevent the greatest tragedy of his life, or will he succumb to an army of the dead? "The Warlord of Koth" is written by Don Kraar, with art and cover by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #47
    Conan the King (1980) 47
    Published Jul 1988 by Marvel.

    Conan's son, Conn, has been captured, and the jester Rufio is off to the rescue! Can a mere jester be a match for an evil sorcerer and a wicked queen? The answer's not what you think! "Of Death and the Dreamer" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Tony DeZuniga. Cover by Fraja Bator. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #48
    Conan the King (1980) 48
    Published Sep 1988 by Marvel.

    It had to happen! Conan steps down from the throne! Handing the reins of power over to his son, Conn, Conan travels to Aesgaard to see his daughter and son-in-law. But as you know by now, nothing is that easy in the life of the savage Cimmerian! "The Winter of Discontent" is written by Don Kraar, with art and cover by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #49
    Conan the King (1980) 49
    Published Nov 1988 by Marvel.

    Conan has abdicated the Aquilonian throne in favor of his son, Prince Conn. But if Conan thinks that's going to be the end of the intrigues against him, he's wrong! "Treachery" is written by Don Kraar, with art by Mike Docherty and Fraja Bator. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #50
    Conan the King (1980) 50
    Published Jan 1989 by Marvel.

    Mike Kaluta coverSpecial Anniversary Issue. There's danger in the air when an oracle warns Conan about an unnamed evil that's coming to kill him. And considering that Conan's own son is a demonic changeling, it's a warning he'd better pay attention to! "Night Winds" is written by James C. Owsley, with art by Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mike Kaluta. Cover price $1.50.