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Jason Aaron and Mahmud Asrar return to the saga of Conan, to present the Barbarian’s last stand at the edge of the world! And together they take the Cimmerian further than has ever been revealed in any media to date! As Robert E. Howard posited, when King Conan of Aquilonia grows restless on the throne, he sails west, toward land and adventure unknown. Now, see the first s Jason Aaron and Mahmud Asrar return to the saga of Conan, to present the Barbarian’s last stand at the edge of the world! And together they take the Cimmerian further than has ever been revealed in any media to date! As Robert E. Howard posited, when King Conan of Aquilonia grows restless on the throne, he sails west, toward land and adventure unknown. Now, see the first step of that fateful journey, as an old and terrible danger threatens to end King Conan’s saga once and for all! When an unholy alliance is forged and fallen warriors rise to fight again, will Conan finally be forced to succumb to the lure of cursed sorcery? And what of his son, Prince Conn — and the kingdom of Aquilonia left behind? Prepare for the adventure of a lifetime!  


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Jason Aaron and Mahmud Asrar return to the saga of Conan, to present the Barbarian’s last stand at the edge of the world! And together they take the Cimmerian further than has ever been revealed in any media to date! As Robert E. Howard posited, when King Conan of Aquilonia grows restless on the throne, he sails west, toward land and adventure unknown. Now, see the first s Jason Aaron and Mahmud Asrar return to the saga of Conan, to present the Barbarian’s last stand at the edge of the world! And together they take the Cimmerian further than has ever been revealed in any media to date! As Robert E. Howard posited, when King Conan of Aquilonia grows restless on the throne, he sails west, toward land and adventure unknown. Now, see the first step of that fateful journey, as an old and terrible danger threatens to end King Conan’s saga once and for all! When an unholy alliance is forged and fallen warriors rise to fight again, will Conan finally be forced to succumb to the lure of cursed sorcery? And what of his son, Prince Conn — and the kingdom of Aquilonia left behind? Prepare for the adventure of a lifetime!  

34 review for King Conan

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mitchell Kukulka

    A story of the later days of the titular Cimmerian's life is told by two intersecting tales, one of a king racked with doubt over raising his own teenage son after a life of adventure, the other of the vagabond barbarian fighting against and later alongside a deadly sworn enemy on a cursed island. Jason Aaron returns to the world of Conan with his usual flair for simple, effective world-building, intense action and strong characterization. A story of the later days of the titular Cimmerian's life is told by two intersecting tales, one of a king racked with doubt over raising his own teenage son after a life of adventure, the other of the vagabond barbarian fighting against and later alongside a deadly sworn enemy on a cursed island. Jason Aaron returns to the world of Conan with his usual flair for simple, effective world-building, intense action and strong characterization.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ed

    Setting aside the use of the name Matoaka (aka Pocahontas) for a slightly similar but unrelated villainous character, the whole Hyborian age retelling of the Aztecs and the Spanish is a really off note in Aaron's otherwise solid run on Conan. The setup for a "final" Conan story otherwise works pretty well. The Conn stuff is well done; the Thoth stuff somewhat less so. But the art is good and it's overall pretty fun. Again, setting aside the fucked up racist stuff! Setting aside the use of the name Matoaka (aka Pocahontas) for a slightly similar but unrelated villainous character, the whole Hyborian age retelling of the Aztecs and the Spanish is a really off note in Aaron's otherwise solid run on Conan. The setup for a "final" Conan story otherwise works pretty well. The Conn stuff is well done; the Thoth stuff somewhat less so. But the art is good and it's overall pretty fun. Again, setting aside the fucked up racist stuff!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Drew

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    Ethan

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    Drew Dodd

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    Dan Mauric

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    Matt Murray

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    Cem Kural

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    Tiag⊗

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    Ben Brown

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    Gabriel

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    Jason

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    Will Robinson Jr.

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    Benjamin Parry

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    Tim

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    Luke Costin

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    Chris

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    Ted

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    Terry

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    Paul Milligan

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    Adam Fisher

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    Jake Magnuson

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    J Brod

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    John Keefauver

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    Brent

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    Scott Lee

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    Russell D'Agostino

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    Aiden Boni

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    John Shaw

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