The official adaptation of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Conan the Barbarian film returns to book stores and comic shops for the first time since 1982 in the form of a brand new paperback edition by Titan Books.
Now that Conan has packed his bags for Titan Comics, the company has announced the creative team for their first Conan the Barbarian comic.
The imminent loss of the Conan the Barbarian license hasn’t slowed Marvel down from continuing to release collections of the Cimmerian’s adventures.
Conan the Barbarian has packed his bags and is leaving his original comic home once again at the end of 2022.
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.
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.