Cerebus #2

    Cerebus » Cerebus #2 - Captive in Boreala released by Aardvark on February 1978.

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    Cerebus is captured by marauders, and in order to gain his freedom, challenges their largest warrior. He also finds the Eye of Terim and its guardian, Khem, the dark demon.



    • Dave Sim colorist, cover, inker, letterer, penciler, writer
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    Cerebus returns for more sword and sorcery! The second issue of Cerebus features another direct Conan homage (spoof?). The story begins very much like the time when Conan (at the time appearing in Marvel Comics) was fighting along with the Aesir when the Hyperboreans captured them on the snowy battlefields of the north. Here, Cerebus is fighting with an unnamed army when he's captured by the "Borealans". After defeating their champion, he joins them, but in a battle with ensorceled minions ends ...

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