15+16+6+8+7+7+6 pgs. Appeared first time in Conan #51: Conan the
Cimmerian #1 (2008) to #57: Conan the Cimmerian #7 (2009). Reprinted in Conan [TB] #7: Conan the Cimmerian (2009), and Conan Omnibus #3: Ancient Gods and Sorcerers (2017).
Story: Tim Truman. Art: Richad Corben. Color: José Villarrubia. Lettering: Richard Starkings/Comicraft.
- Part 1: Hunter's Moon (31 pgs)
- Part 2: (Undefined) (28 pgs)
- Part 3: Darkness and the Night (6 pgs)
Style: Black line with colors. Genre: Fantasy. Time Span: Sword
& Socery Fantasy. Nudity: One full frontal nude girl (issue #7).
Original Art Plate: Drawn in Sharpie pens and Pigma pens on Strathmore paper.
Keywords: Conan. Sacrifice. Curse. Shape-shifters. Resque. Betrayal. Slavery. Survive. War. Frost. Wolves. Dogs. Memories. Snow.
Synopsis: Tell-tale stories (inside main plot) of adventures of Conan's grandfather, Connacht. Issues #1 to #2: Bog folk and strange brothers; #3 to #4: Harbour city and their religion; #5: Gallery slavery; #6: To the mountains; #7: Coming home.
Comment: Tim Thruman's side story are nicely related with the main one. Though everything is not exactly what you think they'd be, Thruma's story is not an unique. But Mr. Corben's artwork is still in good shape. There is tence action and good faces. Slavegirl in harbour city may be voluptuous, but the nudity you cannot see until in the very last part. Mountain scenes are stunning, and are we watching eye to eye to Rowlf's ancient mother in the very end of the story?
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Created: April 17, 2008. Modified: September 9, 2017.