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CONAN E KAZAR corno N.16 LA NOTTE DEL MOSTRO kull il conquistatore thongor

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CONAN e KA – ZAR

ALBO ORIGINALE DEL 1975


in questo numero non c’è KA-ZAR che è stato sfrattato a tempo indeterminato da parte della holding barbara, almeno fino a quando non pagherà le sue rate scadute del condominio (ossia nel n.33, quando così tornerà), al suo posto troviamo invece il brutale e manesco KING KULL di Valusia, condottiero di Atlantide sempre a ramengo, la cui disarticolata saga era stata lasciata in sospeso da oltre un anno (ultima apparizione su Thor Corno 89) e finalmente tutti i suoi fans e pure i denigratori dcl biondo scimmione selvaggio e primitivo possono pertanto esultare all’ unisono così : “Che Kul !”

contiene inoltre : THONGOR guerriero della perduta Lemuria

CONDIZIONI  : BUONISSIME, L’ ALBO NON E’ DI BUSTA

Featured Characters:

Villains:

  • Baron Takkim  (Death)
  • Lun-Faar (Death)
  • Tavashtri (a Gargoyle)
  • Armand
  • Womar
  • Brutos 

Other Characters:

  • Arlinna
  • Krono
  • Zhadorr  (Flashback)

Locations:

  • City of Thieves in Zamora

Synopsis

Conan has finally made his way to Arejnun and while trying to drink
his memories of the journey away, notices a young woman in a window. He
follows her and assists her in escaping a small group of thieves. The
woman, Arlinna, is being blackmailed by Baron Takkim to steal a treasure
from the merchant Lun-Faar, and allows Conan to safely escort her to
his quarters. She knocks Conan out and makes her way to Lun-Faar, who
believes she is Lady Asqueth, there to view his artifacts, including a
giant gargoyle statue. Arlinna attempts to steal the Dragon Head of
Koblar-Zann but is caught by Lun-Faar, who beats her and turns her
loose. He wants to see who she is working with, and orders the gargoyle,
in reality a demon bound by the merchant’s willpower, to kill her
compatriot. Meanwhile, Conan has recovered and tracks the girl, who
confesses everything. The two go to Baron Takkim, so Conan can have
words with him, but the gargoyle attacks and kills Takkim first. It then
turns to Conan, but the fight with Conan so drains the mental energy of
Lun-Faar, that his mental control snaps, and the demon, furious at
being controlled, flies away to exact its revenge on its former captor.
Conan and Arlinna, unsure what has happened, decide to head back to his
place once again. 

Notes

Freely adapted from “The Purple Heart of Erlik” by Robert E. Howard.


Featured Characters:

  • Thongor

Other Characters:

  • Sharajsha of Zaar (enchanter/wizard)
  • Zamph (a domesticated giant prehistoric rhino)

Locations:

  • Lemuria
    • Mountains of Mommur
    • Thurdis (Only in flashback)

Items:

  • Sarkozan

Synopsis

Continued from last issue…

Sharajsha and Thongor rides Zamph (a domesticated giant

prehistoric rhino) to the wizard’s home hidden beneath a stone slab in the

foothills of the Mountains of Mommur. As they went further into the shadowy

corridors and over bridges spanning rivers of flowing lava, Thongor pondered what

use a Black Druid of Zaar might have for a warrior such as he. Attended by

unseen servants and eating the wizard’s food, Thongor looked over a map with

Sharajsha, discussing plans to find and repair his flying ship. Thongor was

suspicious, but he owed the wizard for saving his life and Sharajsha had said he

needed a warrior. He demanded to know Sharajsha’s reasons, to which the wizard

replied that he had gazed into his magic mirror and seen the future, seen the

fire and ruin that would destroy mankind. Thongor angrily drew his blade from

its scabbard, unimpressed with ‘parlor tricks’ until he gazed into the mirror

himself and saw himself lying cold and dead.

Notes

Based on Thongor and the Wizard of Lemuria by Lin Carter


Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Prince H’Nar of Demascar (killed by Kull) (Death)
  • M’Ku (killed by Brule) (Death)
  • Krista
  • King Zakar

Other Characters:

Locations:

Synopsis

An ambassador Prince of neighboring Demaskar seeks Valusia’s aid in fending off their rival, the country of Rikos and its sorceror King Zakar. Kull agrees, unaware that the Prince means to make sorcerous sacrifices of the Valusians.









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