Conan the Barbarian #14

Conan the Barbarian #14

Writer: Brian Wood Artist: Mirko Colak Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: March 20, 2013 Cover Price: $3.50 Critic Reviews: 5
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Brian Wood and Mirko Colak test Conan and Bêlit's love like never before! Under the heat of the Shemite sun, Conan leads a suicidal raid on the fort at Ramah En Ram, while inside Bêlit heads up the fort's defense! The mystery of Bêlit's precense inside deepens, even as it drives Conan mad with jealousy and rage!

  • 8.4
    Forces Of Geek - Atlee Greene Mar 25, 2013

    Cyborg host a gather at the Watchtower in recruit new members and of course, it doesn't go as planned. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Mar 20, 2013

    Conan the Barbarian #14 is a release that does suffer from minor pacing issues, but overall this book is a well crafted romp that's worth your money and time. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Zack Davisson Mar 19, 2013

    Much has been said of Wood giving Conan and Blit an emotional core to counterpoint Howard's blood-and-thunder, and I see some of that here. But I honestly feel like it's too shallow of an emotional core. I've seen a lot of great comic book romances, but this isn't one of them. We know Conan and Blit are in love because we are told they are in love. But actions speak louder than words; and in this issue at any rate, Blit makes Hank Pym look like an ideal partner. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Den Of Geek! - Marc Buxton Mar 23, 2013

    Wood writes incredible battle sequences of intimate brutality and controlled chaos. Mirko Colak is a new name to me, but Crom can he draw! His settings are detailed and lush and his action is ferocious and primal. He was an artist born to draw Conan. Wood combines a rousing fantasy setting with brutal action to form an emotional and classic Conan tale. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Kenneth Bowden Apr 4, 2013

    I will say that the way it is shaping up I could see how one might be tempted to wait and read the “Woman on the Wall” in a trade so as to get a deeper enjoyment of the pacing and style of the story, but A) we still haven't seen the ending so I don't want to jump the gun and B) really how many comics AREN'T more enjoyable in a completed arc via a trade collection? Read Full Review

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