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The Savage Sword of Conan, Volume 1 In The Mid S Following The Colossal Success Of Conan The Barbarian, Roy Thomas Helped Expand The Universe Of Conan To Showcase Further Stories And The Talents Of Some Of The Comics Industry S Best With The Equally Popular Savage Sword Of Conan Magazine Now, For The First Time In Over Thirty Years, These Primal Tales, Featuring Robert E Howard S Most Popular Character, Are Available In This, The First In A Series Of Massive Trade Paperbacks, Collecting All Savage Sword Conan Stories Beginning With Issue OneIncluded In This Volume Are Tales By Roy Thomas, Featuring The Breathtaking Art Of Such Legends As Barry Windsor Smith, John Buscema, Alfredo Alcala, Jim Starlin, Al Milgrom, Pablo Marcos, Walter Simonson AndBut That S Not All Also Included In This Tome Are Conan S Few Appearances In The Title Savage Tales For The Complete Conan Collection

About the Author: Roy Thomas

Roy Thomas is a comic book writer and editor, and Stan Lee s first successor as editor in chief of Marvel Comics He is possibly best known for introducing the pulp magazine hero Conan the Barbarian to American comics, with a series that added to the storyline of Robert E Howard s character and helped launch a sword and sorcery trend in comics Thomas is also known for his championing of Golden A

10 thoughts on “The Savage Sword of Conan, Volume 1

  1. says:

    I was too young to read these when they first came out, but I do remember reading this comic magazine series in the 80s This series was in black and white, and also magazine sized rather than comic sized This was to denote it s mature subject matter, and while it s not exactly Adults Only it is definitely aimed at an adult audience It wasn t just the suggestive nudity and the

  2. says:

    I m done with issues 1 to 10 of this vintage sword and sorcery magazine I like the clean look of the black and white graphic art of Buscema and Alcala, the wealth of detail in each panel, the covers by Vallejo If I m honest, I also like the hot, scantily dressed babes the series is so fixated on Even the commercials have their old fashioned charm, promoting bodybuilding or karate

  3. says:

    Dark Horse has been reprinting Marvel Comics color Conan comics for a few years but now they are adding the Conan stories from the black white Savage Sword of Conan Magazine This volume one Omnibus edition features 544 pages and includes the Conan stories from Savage Tales 1 5, and Savage Sword of Conan 1 10 Back in the day as a young Conan fan, Savage Tales was like the Holy Grail

  4. says:

    I m going thru a bit of an exploratory phase with all these 70s era fantasy horror comics Savage Sword of Conan falls right in there The quality is surprisingly good, both the writing and the artwork Of course given the range of material in this book some stories are stronger than others, but in comparison to the last volume of comics I read Eerie Volume 10 the lows aren t that low I

  5. says:

    There are some really fine examples of illustration in this volume, but in the end I find that Conan is not for me I don t really like Conan as a character because he just doesn t seem to care most of the time Also, the supporting characters are all disposable props, so there aren t really any meaningful relationships in these stories In addition, there are large helpings of misogyny a

  6. says:

    Pure pulp escapist fantasy This comic raids the Howard stories for ideas and Thomas expands out the Conan universe A moments it does feel dated but as long as you accept what these stories actually are, it is enjoyable.

  7. says:

    So there I was, in the bowels of an honest to God Comic book shop on a Thursday afternoon in the early fall of 1986 I didn t even know there was such a thing as an entire store devoted to comic books, having grown up in a sleepy rural town of 1500 souls where the only place to buy such things was from the four foot rack at the back of the Rexall Drug on Main Street But this place had every

  8. says:

    Savage Sword was the first comic book I read I picked it up because I was a big fan of the Conan movie when I was a kid I had weird parents that were totally fine with me watching it before I was even double digits I picked it up as a sort of joke, expecting it to be god awful I was unaware at the time that this was anything than a movie spin off when in actuality one could see the movie as

  9. says:

    The Savage Sword of Conan is an anthology of Conan stories Some are adaptations of Robert Howard stories, and those I find to never be as good as the original work, while others are obviously based on Howards seminal work SSOC was written in the 1970 s Roy Thomas attempts to channel his inner Robert Howard and for the most part gets it right The artwork varies as well The Buscema art is actual

  10. says:

    It s taken me forever to read this, mostly because of the format.I read comics on my Kindle once in a while and it usually goes well However it just doesn t work for Conan because the comics does not follow the traditional organization of comics pages and you need to see the full page in one go to read this well So since I have access to a huge computer monitor I finished reading it there and it

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