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  • Cimmerian: Volume 1: Queen Of The Black Coast (Hardcover)
    Authors: Jean-David Morvan, and Various
    Artists: Various, and Pierre Alary
    Published by: Ablaze
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Description

BY CROM! Robert E. Howard’s famous Cimmerian UNCENSORED! For the first time, Robert E. Howard’s Conan is brought to life uncensored! Discover the true Conan, unrestrained, violent, and sexual. Read the story as he intended!

The Cimmerian Vol 1 includes two complete stories, Queen of the Black Coast, and Red Nails, plus bonus material, including the original Robert E Howard prose stories, in one handsome hardcover collection! In Queen of the Black Coast, Conan seeks refuge on a merchant ship, after being pursued for killing a judge. But soon after setting sail, the Cimmerian and his new companions face a threat: the legendary Belit, self-proclaimed Queen of the Black Coast!

Soon finding himself smitten by the lovely Belit, Conan agrees to joins up with her and her crew to brutally pillage and sail the poisonous river Zarkheba, encountering ancient ruins, lost treasure, and winged, vicious monstrosities! In Red Nails, Conan finds himself in the Darfar region, whose territory is almost entirely covered by a huge forest.

Here Conan pledges himself a mercenary, promising his sword to the highest bidder, fighting alongside fellow mercenary and fierce female warrior Valeria. After a clash against a terrible dragon, the two go to a strange fortified city, apparently deserted…but the duo will quickly discover that a civilisation lives hidden inside, and that the citadel hides a heavy secret.

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Specifications

Artists
Authors
Genres
Previews
Publisher
Type
Wednesday Comics
Binding
Hardback
Volume
1
Cat. No.
4975243
ISBN
9781950912209