The Tower and the Elephant: The Prince of Thieves last edited by fesak on 04/08/19 07:02AM View full history

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The award-winning team of Busiek and Nord continue their adaptation of one of Robert E. Howard's greatest Conan stories, with the second part of "The Tower of the Elephant." Conan, at the side of Taurus, Prince of Thieves, assaults the dreaded Elephant Tower-but deadly peril awaits at every turn, from hungry lions to giant spiders, and it'll take all his barbarian skill merely to stay alive long enough to make it inside. Yet, once inside, the tower holds secrets far stranger and darker than anything Conan could have prepared for.
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Conan Goes to School (of Thieves) 0

Conan must do battle against a giant, deadly spider.Other than that, not much else happens in this issue. Conan is still on his quest to get the Elephant gem. He's made it pretty far now but we have not seen this gem yet.A lot of learning by Conan here, especially because he was able to watch Taurus, the Prince of Thieves do his thing. It should really help Conan's progression at being a good thief going forward. If that is the way Dark Horse is trying to go with the Conan stories then I com...

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