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Bruce Timm, the innovator whose work has changed the face of American animation as well as American comics, and John Severin, the legendary artist of EC's Two-Fisted Tales, Image'sDesperados, and Vertigo's Caper, team up to give fan-favorite Cary Nord a month off. Busiek and Timm join forces on a brief, sadistic little adventure involving a girl, a wizard, a monster, and Conan's very morbid sense of humor. Busiek teams with sometimes writing partner Fabian Nicieza (Avengers/Thunderbolts) and the great John Severin to pick up a loose end from Conan #3, as Conan's destiny is misinterpreted by a series of luckless warriors and shameless opportunists, leading to nothing but misery.

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Conan-less Issue Odd. 0

This issue is a bit of an oddity. No Conan in a comic called 'Conan'?This is the history of what I suppose is Conan's helm. It's a cursed helm apparently and goes through many wearers. The timeline is confusing though. I don't really understand if this takes place before or after Conan lost his helm or who the heck the little boy is at the end of the comic. If someone could explain this issue to me I would appreciate it.Other than being confused about when or how Conan gets this helm it is ...

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