I was hesitant to finish this Brian Wood written run of Conan the Barbarian from Dark Horse for numerous reasons. First, that it would end. I know it’s a silly thing to make someone hold back because of it, but I genuinely really liked reading every comic in this story. For those who have not […]
The Black Stones Arc ends, and Conan the Barbarian “Queen of the Black Coast” is nearing it’s end too.
Come, sit. Crom…child, take this skin of wine and listen. Listen as I tell you a story. You asked for one, by Crom you’ll get one. A story of how Conan met the second woman to ever truly claim his heart. Drink steady, listen, I may not speak it again.
New artist on this series,, Mirko Colak brings a distinctly new style to the mix, and I’m wishing he’d been around this whole time.
When the woman that Conan loves tells him to run away from The Tigress, the boat that has been his home, does he listen? Well, Seriously, you think Conan was going to run away from anything?
Conan is out of Cimmeria, and back on his ship with his Queen Belit. They are rulers supreme of the Western Ocean, but now, they have The Death.
I’ve slowly started dipping back into comics, thanks to Dark Horse Publishing, who seem to be putting out the stuff that draws me back into the fold. They have CONAN! CROM!