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Conan And The Daughters Of Midora #1

Writer: Jimmy Palmiotti Artist: Mark Texiera Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 13, 2004

    Mark Texiera would be a regular on my top ten favourite artist list if his work showed up on a more regular basis, as he's a great artist with a fine eye when it comes to his delivery of exciting action, and naturally this makes him the ideal artist for a Conan adventure. Now there are a couple moments in this issue where the action suddenly jumps forward, such as Valensa's takedown of Conan, but for the most part the art does a wonderful job capturing the intensity of Conan's attacks, and there's several memorable images to be found in these pages, from the panels where we follow the path of a thrown sword, to the classic shot of Conan standing atop a mountain of bodies. The art also does a pretty solid job of capturing the idea that Conan can be downright scary, from the fury that is etched on his face as he addresses the king, to his expression moments before he reunites the lovers. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - Filip Vukcevic Oct 12, 2004

    A very average book. Decent story, and decent artwork, but I wouldn't recommend it to anybody other than the hardcore Conan fans. Everyone else, stick to the monthly title -- it's significantly better than what we get here. Read Full Review

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