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Conan - The Ultimate Guide to the World's Most Savage Barbarian

£29.99

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Discover the secrets behind the best-known barbarian of all time An in-depth look at the man of blood from his birth on the battlefield to his ascension to the throne of Aquilonia. Visit the different worlds of Conan from Cinmeria to Hyperboria, then meet his allies and women from Belit to Njal. Come face-to-face with Conan's darkest enemies: undead necromancers, cannibalistic savages, man-eating gorillas and wicked deities. Finally, get as close as you dare to his instruments of mayhem and destruction: axes, swords, daggers, bludgeons, clubs and shields. You'll be knocked out by behind-the-scenes stories and images taken from the original comic books and contemporary computer games.

Roy Thomas with foreword by Todd McFarlane.

Very good condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Thomas, Roy
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2006
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1405316438
ISBN-13:
9781405316439
Number of pages:
159
Publisher:
Dorling Kindersley

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Discover the secrets behind the best-known barbarian of all time An in-depth look at the man of blood from his birth on the battlefield to his ascension to the throne of Aquilonia. Visit the different worlds of Conan from Cinmeria to Hyperboria, then meet his allies and women from Belit to Njal. Come face-to-face with Conan's darkest enemies: undead necromancers, cannibalistic savages, man-eating gorillas and wicked deities. Finally, get as close as you dare to his instruments of mayhem and destruction: axes, swords, daggers, bludgeons, clubs and shields. You'll be knocked out by behind-the-scenes stories and images taken from the original comic books and contemporary computer games.

Roy Thomas with foreword by Todd McFarlane.

Very good condition.

Author(s):
Thomas, Roy
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2006
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1405316438
ISBN-13:
9781405316439
Number of pages:
159
Publisher:
Dorling Kindersley

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