The Chronicles of Kull, Vol. 1: A King Comes Riding and Other Stories

The Chronicles of Kull Vol A King Comes Riding and Other Stories The Chronicles of Kull Volume A King Comes Riding and Other Stories kicks off Dark Horse s newest addition to its popular Robert E Howard reprint line Presenting every color Kull comic from the

  • Title: The Chronicles of Kull, Vol. 1: A King Comes Riding and Other Stories
  • Author: Bernie Wrightson Roy Thomas Gerry Conway Len Wein John Jakes Ross Andru John Severin Wallace Wood
  • ISBN: 9781595824134
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Chronicles of Kull Volume 1 A King Comes Riding and Other Stories kicks off Dark Horse s newest addition to its popular Robert E Howard reprint line Presenting every color Kull comic from the 1970s and 80s chronologically for the first time ever, volume 1 features color Kull stories from Creatures on the Loose 10, Monsters on the Prowl 16, and Kull the ConquerorThe Chronicles of Kull Volume 1 A King Comes Riding and Other Stories kicks off Dark Horse s newest addition to its popular Robert E Howard reprint line Presenting every color Kull comic from the 1970s and 80s chronologically for the first time ever, volume 1 features color Kull stories from Creatures on the Loose 10, Monsters on the Prowl 16, and Kull the Conqueror 1 to 9 The writing talents of legendary creators Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, and Len Wein and the stunning visuals of Marie Severin, John Severin, and Bernie Wrightson are on display in such thrilling tales as The Skull of Silence, Night of the Red Slayers, and The Forbidden Swamp See how Robert E Howard s Kull stories were interpreted over three decades ago in comics.

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    1. If there was a Mount Rushmore of the Fantasy World, Robert E. Howard would definitely be one of the busts on the mountain. That being said, his epic Kull the Conqueror series misses the mark after being translated to funnybook form. Dark Horse evidently acquired the rights from Marvel, and conveniently erased the phrase "Marvel Comics Group" from the title page reproductions. They also used a bargain-basement printer to produce a crummy quality book. However, high-quality printing cannot save th [...]

    2. King Kull summed up is when the king gets to play. You have a reigning king that spends far less time on the throne then he should and in doing so gives us some fun adventures to follow.The Art: Is good in the first few stories but really gels when Marie and John Severin get on it. In the style of prince valiant you get a savage turned king which apparently entails wearing shirts of various sorts but never pants. The look that robin the boy wonder pioneered is in full effect here. I can't tell i [...]

    3. Augenkrebs und gute UnterhaltungR.E. Howard, Erfinder des weitbekannten Conan, hat noch weitere Charaktere im Repertoire, die in fantastischen Welten ihr Glück suchen; einer von ihnen ist Kull der Atlanter, der noch vor dem hyborischen Zeitalter in den Königreichen von Lemuria und Valusia lebte. Insgesamt etwas philosophischer als die Conangeschichten (dabei aber nicht weniger actionlastig) sind in diesem Band nun die ersten Auftritte Kulls in der Marvelwelt gesammelt.Im Gegensatz zur "Chronic [...]

    4. While I'm currently a nerd-in-limbo, I can at least own up to the fact that "barbarian heroes" were never on my nerd-dar and that, in my entire life, I've read only two novels by ERB (The Mad King and Tarzan of the Apes, which I only read after seeing "Greystoke").So the reason I read this book had nothing to do with the character or genre, but everything to do with the sister/brother art team of Marie & John Severin, whose rich work spans almost 200 pages of this volume. On that account alo [...]

    5. A collection of early 1970’s comics from Marvel, based on Robert E. Howard’s stories from the late 1920’s (and some original writing, as there are not many of Howard’s Kull stories).The style is very sword & sorcery with pretty vibrant and colorful art, but also a product of its time. The heavily muscled male heroes go without shirts whenever (in the cold, while fighting armored enemies, etc.) and mostly only wear ridiculous briefs. But also long boots. Not unlike Masters of the Univ [...]

    6. Reprints Creatures on the Loose #10, Conan the Barbarian #10, Monsters on the Prowl #16, and Kull the Conqueror #1-9. Kull weighs being a barbarian with the resposibilities of being king of the City of Wonders. Kull in many ways, I think is more entertaining than Conan. It has a few more facets to the story since the writers have the liberties of telling barbarian stories and kingdom stories of treason. The problem with some of these stories are confusing structures. Issue #9 of the Kull series [...]

    7. Nonostante non siano invecchiate molto bene, queste storie dei primi anni '70, riduzioni e trasposizioni del personaggio di Howard, Re Kull, restano godibili e di certo interessanti per chiunque ami il genere cappa e spada.Lo stesso Howard usò Kull come base per il suo più noto personaggio, Conan il Barbaro, che non è altro che un Re Kull diminuito nel valore e nella forza delle storie.In particolare le storie di questo albo, in Italia, le pubblicò la Corno specialmente su Conan & Ka-Zar [...]

    8. Kull is no Conan. Or maybe it's just that the writers did not stay as faithful to Robert E Howard. I'm not going to bother reading more.

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