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Kull, Red Sonja, Solomon Kane and more! Back in 1975, when entertainment options were limited, and $1.00 was a lot of money for a comic book, Kull and the Barbarians was a pretty good buy.Beginning with issue 2, this magazine sized comic by Marvel's Curtis imprint included over 60(!) pages of comic art and entertainment, including:A beautiful Solomon Kane illustration by Berni WrightsonA historical overview of Robert E. Howard's fictional heroes and a map of the Thurian Continent (Kull's home) b...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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