Conan #15

    Conan » Conan #15 - Born on the Battlefield: Part Two: Wolves in the Woods released by Dark Horse Comics on April 2005.

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    Born on the Battlefield: Part Two: Wolves in the Woods last edited by pikahyper on 02/05/19 01:11AM View full history

    Busiek reunites with artist Greg Ruth, whose art "is gorgeous to look at, conveying a different but equally lush vision of Cimmeria" according to The Fourth Rail. This story looks deeper into Conan's earliest adventures. Having crippled a bullying playmate, young Conan's become a solitary figure. Born on the battlefield and destined for greatness, the boy's shown a fierce independence and bravery. The adults don't know what to do with such a formidable child and the other boys are afraid of him. When he discovers an Aquilonian wizard and daughter living in the woods outside his village, Conan is torn between his respect for their rogue existence and his chance to become a real Cimmerian warrior by exposing the foreign spies.



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    Another great story of Conan's early years. 0

    Although this is the 15th issue in Dark Horse's Conan series, chronologically it's the second story in Conan's life and reading it after issue #8, 'Born on the Battlefield', but before the others is recommended.  Once again writer Kurt Busiek manages to tell a Conan story that feels like it fits with the character so well that it should have been written by Robert E. Howard himself! Picking up where 'Born on the Battlefield' leaves off, Conan continues to mature as a hunter, scout and warr...

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