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Savage warrior Cormac FitzGeoffrey has discovered who murdered the knight he considered a brother - and he will not rest until his thirst for revenge is quenched! Sword swinging, berserker action as only Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan and Kull, and BOOM! Studios can deliver! Featuring covers by Joe Jusko and Damian Couceiro.

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A Squire`s Tale 0

In this second part of Boom!`s adaptation of Robert E. Howard`s story, the main character, Cormac, doesn`t really have much of a part. The issue opens with Cormac rescuing a man hanging from a gibbet - after slaying his Saracen captor. Cormac recognizes the rescued man as Michael Deblois, squire of his (now slain) friend and former employer, the knight Gerard. We then have several pages of the comic in which Michael relates his sorry tale, which I won`t dwell on, but involves the tragic love of ...

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