Conan #13

Writer: Kurt Busiek Artist: Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: February 23, 2005 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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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.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 4, 2005

    Cary Nord does his usual stellar job in this issue. He's given his first opportunity to deliver a battle with a giant monster, and he does a fantastic job of it, as how can one not be concerned when Conan is caught up in the coils of this creature? In fact, the issue does such an effective job with the big one page shot of the creature, that there's never really any moment where I felt Conan stood any chance against this creature, which in turn adds an extra sense of drama to the final page cliffhanger. There's also some lovely work on the final page reveal as that final battle does a wonderfully conveys that they shouldn't be expecting any help from these guards. There's also some nice work on the little moments, like Conan's expression when the wizard asks him if he would end the life of a friend if it advanced his own interests. The cover image is also quite impressive, as it nicely hints at the danger that threatens these characters inside the book. Read Full Review

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