(W) Kurt Busiek (A) Cary Nord, Tom Yeates (CA) Leinil Francis Yu
Thoth-amon launches a terrible magical attack on Conan as the High Priest Kalanthes calls upon the power of an ancient holy site. The natural world explodes in a monstrous outpouring of beetles and weeds, and an acolyte of Kalanthes succumbs to the power of the evil god Set. 2004 Eisner Award-Winning for Best Single Issue-Conan the Legend
"From the point we're at now, if it gets any better, we'll have to be like Spinal Tap and add an 11 to our scale." -411mania.com
Fanboyplanet.com says "Busiek's expansion on the works of Robert E. Howard captures the same sense of wild adventure and Cary Nord's rough pencils still charge the work with that raw energy we felt way back in issue #0."
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In Shops: Feb 23, 2005