In preparation for Halloween, we have some horror stories coming your way. Click Read more and gain access to the first 50 pages of Robert E. Howard’s most beloved stories!Read More
In the final episode of South Park’s season eleven trilogy “Imaginationland”, fourth-grader Kyle Broflovksi (the show’s moral center, usually) shares these eye-opening words.
“It’s all real. Think about it. Haven’t Luke Skywalker and Santa Claus affected your lives more than most real people in this room? I mean, whether Jesus is real or not, he – [...]
Jules Verne’s Captain Nemo fights Robert E. Howard’s Kull of Atlantis.Read More
No, it’s not “to crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women.” That’s all well and good, but that’s not best.
It’s the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger might be returning to his roots! And I don’t mean Austria!Read More
Robert E. Howard scholar and author of Blood & Thunder Mark Finn just got back from Robert E. Howard Days in Cross Plains, TX. Howard Days celebrates the life and work of the city’s most famous son, Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E. Howard. Traveling to Cross Plains can be a bit of trouble for [...]Read More
This week: King Conan: The Phoenix on the Sword #1! A pissed off Cimmerian!Read More
There are two Conans. One is the Conan of Robert E. Howard’s stories: an adaptable, cunning warrior whose physical prowess and quick wits eventually lead him to the throne of Aquilonia. The other is the Conan of the movies: a hell-bent meat and metal tornado in a loincloth.Read More
The late Robert E. Howard’s public profile has never been higher, with a new comic book anthology series from Dark Horse, a continuing line of Del Rey collections, a Conan movie later this summer, and now a the release of Dreams in the Fire, a new anthology of stories and poetry honoring his legacy. Edited [...]Read More