A false queen-the evil twin sister of the rightful ruler-sits on the throne of Khauran. After quashing Conan's brief rebellion against the impostor, the brutal mercenary leader Constantius orders the Cimmerian to be crucified.
Conan the Avenger 21 faithfully and powerfully depicts one of the seminal moments in Conan history. The writing, the art, and the colors all come together to tell a compelling, well-paced story; a fact that's all the more impressive given that 90% of the tale takes place in one location with a protagonist who can't move. So set your new year off to a red and bloody start and pick up Conan. You'll be glad you did, by Crom. Read Full Review
Conan the Avenger #21 is a quality entry that's as tough as it honestly needs to be. The execution of the creative team is not flawless but it's really good so much so that this entry effortlesslycomes recommended. Read Full Review
"Conan The Avenger" tells a self-contained story about Conan getting crucified. The comic excels on taking the reader through the trials of facing death. The book digs into the character's head as he comes up with an idea for escape, battles through the pain, only to find failure staring him in the face. The comic book is as good as it gets for going for a punch in the gut. This is a read that requires no previous knowledge of the character or the story line. I recommend picking this up to find out what Conan is all about. Read Full Review
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