I posed a question, in my review of the last issue of Conan The Slayer, that returned to my mind as I read this month’s offering – should I, as a critic, penalize an adapter for not improving upon the flaws of a work of fiction? To spin a metaphor that would likely appeal to […]
The alliance between Conan’s Kozaki warriors and the pirates of the Vilayet Sea has proven successful in striking against the nation of Turan. This is of great concern to Jehungir Agha – the corrupt noble in charge of keeping order in that part of the nation. Still, one does not rise to power in Turan […]
Now leading a band of Kozak warriors, Conan The Slayer seeks an alliance with the pirates of Vilayet to strike their mutual enemies, The Turans.
With Darth Maul #1, fans get their first glimpse of Maul’s life before Episode I — too bad it’s a pretty disappointing entry point to this new chapter.
This week on the pull list we have Hawkeye #3, Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor #2.14, and Star Wars: Darth Maul #1!
Conan and his newfound Kozak comrades mourn the loss of their chieftan. Yet the evil that killed him threatens them all anew!
Uncanny X-Men #9 was the worst entry in the best series of an overall lackluster group of X-Men comic books, but there is hope for out favorite mutants.
By Crom, Conan The Slayer #1 is sword-and-sorcery comics done right and is easily the best monthly Conan comic Dark Horse Comics has published in years!