Titan Comics and Heroic Signatures are returning Savage Sword of Conan back to its original black-and-white, magazine-sized format roots in 2024.
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.
Titan Comics and Heroic Signatures will waste no time in getting classic Conan the Barbarian collections into comic shops and bookstores this fall with the first of two Savage Sword of Conan Omnibus editions.
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.
Titan Comics will take over the Conan the Barbarian license from Marvel Comics this fall and enter into a co-publishing agreement with Heroic Signatures, the custodian of all of Robert E. Howard’s intellectual property rights.