Following Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor Smith’s initial run on Robert E. Howard’s most famous barbarian, Thomas would be joined by John Buscema on the character, launching one of the most memorable eras for Conan and defining his look for generations to come.
Let’s not waste any time getting right into this week’s comics, which represent a variety of genres for those looking for something outside of typical super hero fare this week.
We got a chance to talk to Zub about the new Dark Horse Comics collection as well as many of his previous and upcoming comic series in this exclusive Conskipper interview.
Marvel is not only taking full advantage of their current Robert E. Howard’s Conan license, but they are also getting their monies worth out of Howard’s second most famous barbarian: Kull the Conqueror.
Since the acquisition of the license (most recently held by Dark Horse Comics), a number of Conan collections have been released, but May 2021 will see the first collection of REH’s second most famous barbarian get the omnibus treatment.
There is no better way to pay tribute to fifty years of comic books starring Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian than a throw-back King-Size Conan edition that harkens back to the era that made him famous.