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A series of tales told by Kull's attendants

  1. untitled framing story - (Vess) When the royal physician, Galen, persuades Kull to remain in the palace during a time of plague, he and the members of his court pass the time telling tales.
  2. Brule's Tale - (Chan / Rubenstein) When members of another tribe rape a woman from his tribe, Brule seeks revenge.
  3. Ridondo's Tale - (Bolton) A woman's three brothers plot to do away with their sister's fiance, whom they believe is unworthy of her
  4. Tu's Tale - (Guice / Beatty) Tu tells of one of the wicked acts Borna committed before Kull ascended to the throne.
  5. Kutholos' Tale - (Sienkievicz) in ancient times a horror from beyond the stars came to Earth



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Kull Was A Great Value 0

Near the end of Kull's run as a Marvel property in the mid 1980s, it was quite a value for the dollar it cost. Issue four of the third and final Kull series is an example of that. Spanning 48 pages, "A Season of Black Deat" featured five stories by some of the best artists of the period including John Bolton, Ernie Chan, and Bill Sienkiewicz.The story involves royal physician, Galen, restricting Kull and his advisors to the castle for their protection during an outbreak of plague. To pass the ti...

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