Rogues in the House - Part 3: Pits of Refuge last edited by fesak on 11/19/19 11:27AM View full history

This is the penultimate chapter of Timothy Truman'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 Tomàs Giorello bring you the tale of the Red Priest, as you've never seen it before.

Trapped in the labyrinthine halls of the Red Priest's house, and stalked by a mysterious horror, Conan and his uneasy ally Murillo have made a wary alliance with the Priest himself.

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Werewolves frighten Conan? No Way! 0

In this issue Conan, the Prince, and the Red Priest all basically sit around and watch the telly.Well, not really the telly, basically an intricate set of mirrors so they can see what's going on in the Red Priest's home. They are trying to find out a way to escape and not run into the monster upstairs.The trouble with this is this is just some big hairy werewolf type monster. I've seen Conan in this series take out HUGE creatures that could probably take out entire cities. It makes it a littl...

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