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The savage sword of Conan, written by Roy Thomas, James Rose ; pencils and layouts by John Buscema, Rafael Kayanan, Ernie Chan, Sandu Florea, Ovi Hondru ; inks and finishes by Ernie Chan, E. R. Cruz, Rafael Kayanan, Sandu Florea, Ovi Hondru ; lettering by Diana Albers, Sue Crespi, Dave Sharpe, Volume 20

Label
The savage sword of Conan, written by Roy Thomas, James Rose ; pencils and layouts by John Buscema, Rafael Kayanan, Ernie Chan, Sandu Florea, Ovi Hondru ; inks and finishes by Ernie Chan, E. R. Cruz, Rafael Kayanan, Sandu Florea, Ovi Hondru ; lettering by Diana Albers, Sue Crespi, Dave Sharpe, Volume 20
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary Form
fiction
Main title
The savage sword of Conan
Nature of contents
comics graphic novels
Oclc number
906010717
Responsibility statement
written by Roy Thomas, James Rose ; pencils and layouts by John Buscema, Rafael Kayanan, Ernie Chan, Sandu Florea, Ovi Hondru ; inks and finishes by Ernie Chan, E. R. Cruz, Rafael Kayanan, Sandu Florea, Ovi Hondru ; lettering by Diana Albers, Sue Crespi, Dave Sharpe
Series statement
Savage sword of Conan Marvel, 1974-1995, Issues 202-212
Summary
"Inheriting the captaincy of a Barachan pirate ship, Conan and his crew are captured and imprisoned in a Kushite dungeon, with no seeming avenue of escape. That is, until Conan makes a pact with a mysterious prisoner--Imhotep, the Ravager of Worlds, one of Conan's deadliest enemies!" -- back cover
Table Of Contents
The sword and the scythe -- Marauders in Meroê -- Old Garrad's heart -- Drums and death out of Tombalku -- Murderer's grog -- Kheshatta -- When wizards make war -- Bugs, brigands, and blind seers -- A barbarian returns to Yezud -- Death stalks a well-tended garden -- The children of Zath -- The gods above, the beasts below -- To live as gods, to die as men -- The blood of Bel