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Savage Sword of Conan Volume 2: v. 2

In the mid 1970s a comics magazine was published containing some of the most exciting epic fantasy tales the world has ever known-The Savage Sword of Conan. Based off of the work of renowned author Robert E. Howard, each issue offered multiple thrilling tales of the legendary barbarian. The magazine was also a showcase of comics talent, headed up by Conan aficionado Roy Thomas.

Now for the first time ever, these stories are being collected in a series of omnibus-style books, with over five hundred pages of classic sword and sorcery-for the complete Conan collector!

Included in this volume are tales featuring the stunning art of such comics luminaries as Barry Windsor-Smith, John Buscema, Alfredo Alcala, Jim Starlin, Al Milgrom, Pablo Marcos, Walter Simonson, and many more.

* The first time ever that The Savage Sword of Conan magazine has been collected.

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3 Responses to " Savage Sword of Conan Volume 2: v. 2 "

  1. I. R. Kerr says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Conan Lives!, 22 Feb. 2009
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    I. R. Kerr (Lancashire) –

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    There are 4 main geniuses behind these tales, writer Roy Thomas, artists John Buscema and Alfredo Alcala and, of course, Robert E. Howard.
    Roy Thomas is a great fan of Howard’s work and that shows in these brilliant adaptations of several of Howard’s greatest Conan stories including Shadows in Zamboula, The Devil in Iron, the Slithering Shadow, an epic 4 part version of The People of The Black Circle and one of my favourite tales The Tower of The Elephant that Thomas had already adapted before for the Conan The Barbarian comic.
    He also adapts several of Howard’s other tales including The Country of the Knife and The Gods of Bal-Sagoth to include Conan. The artwork largely by Big John Buscema and Alfredo Alcala is stunning and when needed quite brutal in bringing to life Conan’s fights, his wanderings through snowy mountains, across vast deserts and lost cities as he fights opposing armies, cannibals, elder-gods and a whole host of wizards to save the lives of scantily clad maidens.
    These tales were originally presented in black & white so the only thing you miss out on is scale as the original magazines were much larger. Although he died young the imaginative works of Robert E. Howard will live on far into the future, check out Howard’s complete Conan collection. The complete chronicles of Conan: Centenary edition
  2. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The lamentation of the women.., 27 May 2018
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    Omega67

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    This review is from: Savage Sword of Conan Volume 2: v. 2 (Kindle Edition)
    Another excellent selection of Conan stories, reproduced from the 70’s comic the Savage Sword of Conan. Well worth a purchase.
  3. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    original Conan magazines were great comics, they were epic, 21 Dec. 2014
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    It was my favorite magazine when I was child. The book pages are more shrinked than the original Conan magazines series, but what can I say, all the magazines are just there in 3 complete wonderful books. Totally recommended. Must buy. Gave minus 1 because of smaller pages.

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