Conan the Barbarian returns to the world of prose fiction for the first time since 2003 with S.M. Stirling’s upcoming novel Conan: Blood of the Serpent for Titan Books this October.
Mezco’s first premium Conan The Barbarian figure joins the line with all of the attributes one expects from the super detailed figures, satisfying legions of collectors and Conan fans everywhere.
With the return of Bêlit to the current Conan the Barbarian series, now is the time to revel in the original adventures of Conan’s compatriot and lover in December’s Conan the Barbarian: Queen of the Black Coast Epic Collection.
Jason Aaron, Mahmud Asrar, and Matt Wilson kicked off Conan’s triumphant return to Marvel Comics in 2019 and they are now ready to sail back to Aquilonia to share the tale of the last day’s of the warrior/king this December.
For comic fans, the seasons don’t matter as long as they have a constant supply of excellent new comics to read, and we have you covered once again this week.
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.