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Our story today is the best thing “Conan” creator Robert E. Howard ever did, his 1933 short story “The Tower of the Elephant,” which features a barbarian who’s little more than a boy – an entire lifetime younger than the grizzled old king readers first met in the debut Conan story “The Phoenix on the [...]
One final pair of books ushers in the long-awaited new “Conan the Barbarian” movie!
The loin cloth and the bowl haircut have never succeeded in making Conan look like a fool – but a slew of really bad novels very nearly did!
The latest comic book adaptation of Conan takes the character to new heights!
Fan favorite artist John Buscema brings the comic-book world of Conan a new sense of earthy grandeur as our Conan celebration continues!
Comic book adaptations step up to the plate as our Conan celebration continues!
The pulpy (and lustily fake!) Conan novels that introduced an entire generation to the world’s most famous barbarian
Our 2011 Cimmerian ‘Stravaganza continues! In this instalment, we turn to a Conan-question I’ve been asked many dozens of times over the many decades in which I’ve been recommending this character to readers of high fantasy: where to start? Those readers are confronted with a staggering array of choices – there are movies, TV series, [...]
“A thief, … a reaver … a slayer” – he’s Conan the Barbarian, and in anticipation of his upcoming new movie, we explore some of his 80-year-history