This comic continues to be a real pleasure and a great companion to the ongoing Conan comic. And that's the best connection between the two characters - they're both appearing in top-notch comics. Read Full Review
Though the script doesn't exactly suffer from being so laid back and subdued, the quality of the artwork seems to drop. In general, Will Conrad doesn't provide the sort of wide, epic panels that characterize much of the Conan stories. His page layouts are more traditional by comparison, giving the series an unnecessarily claustrophobic feel. His figure work is generally strong though, and he captures that loose, scratchy feel that Cary Nord first set way back in the early issues of Conan. These Howard books may not all reach the same level of quality, but they do manage to maintain a certain visual consistency that I admire. Read Full Review
Overall, this issue sets up the tale for big events to come in Kulls short ruling and Im really looking forward to see what issue #3 has in store for him. If you enjoyed issue #1 like I did, then I suggest picking up this issue if you havent already. If you did, kudos to you. Read Full Review
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