Conan #32

    Conan » Conan #32 - Wild Cimmerian Bull released by Dark Horse Comics on September 2006.

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    Kurt Busiek and Greg Ruth return to Conan with another blood-stirring installment of "Born on the Battlefield," a series of stand-alone stories chronicling Conan's portentous formative years. Spring has come to the hard hills of Cimmeria and life is eventful for Conan--the robust youth earning the affection of more than one young woman. Yet gentle days are not long-lived in this land. A storm comes on the horizon. When it breaks, Conan will discover the consequences of his choices, determining not only his own fate, but that of his entire village--featuring the formative event from Robert E. Howard's account of Conan's youth: the boy vs. the bull!

    The Conan ongoing series was a Wizard Magazine Book of the Month for March 2005!

    "Conan has an endearing earnestness that hearkens back to the golden age of pulp fiction." --Publisher's Weekly



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    Conan's Wild Cimmerian Spring 0

    'Wild Cimmerian Bull' has, of course, a double meaning. It represents the first real threat to Conan's village that he ever faces single-handedly (per Robert E. Howard's notes) but also a reference to Conan himself - who is really beginning to grow into his wild ways - sleeping with multiple girls, and generally reveling in being the barbarian that he is "...he was Conan, and was that such a bad thing to be? WHU-HAAAAHH!"  One has to marvel at the detailed notes Mr. Busiek has taken. Where h...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Conan and His Mates. 0

    Yes this is another installment into the Born on the Battlefields story line and as always, it is one of the best story lines Dark Horse has had in Conan. I look forward to every issue that's put out.I like the grainy artwork, I see in the letters section tat many do not. Maybe it's just me, but it gives an air of 'realism' to the stories, perhaps making them feel like illustrated folk tales.In this issue, Conan beds his first lass. Then he beds his second lass. Obviously foreshadowing the w...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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