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Kull, King of Valusia attends a royal wedding of the heiress of Thule to the crown-prince of Verulia. At some point Ku-Var the ruler of Atlantis enters the room. Kull is amazed by his chief guard, a fierce woman named Iraina, who is dressed in an impressive outfit made of tiger skin.

Following the wedding a series of contests is held. The king of Thule calls for Kull and Ku-Var to choose two of their best fighters to face each other in combat. Ku-Var picks Iraina and Kull chooses his Pictish guard Brule. Brule refuses to battle a woman, but Iraina's taunts frustrate him so he attacks her but he loses.

Time passes until one day an old Atlantean mentor of Kull's, Ram-Os, seeks him out and warns him that Iraina has killed Ku-Var and now leads an army of women bent on conquering the world!

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Kull in the 80s was better than ever 0

Kull fights his totem animal. The third volume of Kull the Conqueror opens with an issue written by Bruce Jones. Kull, King of Valusia attends a royal wedding in a foreign land. The Atlantean King brings a female warrior, Iraina, dressed in tiger skins with his entourage. As part of the festivities champions from different lands are pitted against each other in armed combat. Kull chooses Brule who has to fight Iraina. Iraina delivers a humiliating defeat to Brule.Some time later Kull learns that...

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A fabulous issue 0

This issue, with lovely art from old epic fantasy artist John Buscema, is really great. The thing I like most of all is that despite the fact that there is an extensive amount of story considering all the characters and their backgrounds shown it never becomes jumbled or convoluted. Reading this you get a very exact idea about all the people in the story from Kull to Iraela and the aged wizard and every character seems well conceived and fits the whole story nicely. The dialogue is also coherent...

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