Rogues in the House - Part 2: Red House, Red Priest last edited by pikahyper on 10/01/19 12:39AM View full history

"Red House, Red Priest"(Rogues In The House, Part 2).

The second part of Timothy Truman and Cary Nord's adaptation of the Robert E. Howard classic "Rogues in the House"!

A favorite of fans and critics alike, the seminal Conan story "Rogues in the House" first appeared in Weird Tales. Now, writer Timothy Truman and artist Cary Nord bring you the tale of the Red Priest, as you've never seen it before.

Free once again, Conan heads out to settle his debts, with the nobleman who engineered his escape and the wench who arranged for his capture!

Full of fearsome foes, political double crosses, and horror in the best tradition of Robert E. Howard, "Rogues in the House" is sure to delight seasoned Conan fans and newcomers alike.



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Part Two of Five Continues To Be a Dark Tale 0

Part two of Rogues in the House didn't have as much going on as part one but it was just as gritty. Strange thing about this prince character, even though he bribed a security guard, hired Conan to assassinate a priest, he seems pretty honest, trustworthy and loyal.I wonder what his true story is. It's tough in Conan comics because you never know if a character is going to live long enough for you to really learn anything about them. That's the only real drawback about Conan. Sometimes, I ki...

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