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Conan: The Frazetta Cover Series features Frank Frazetta's stunning painting, "The Destroyer," and includes an adaptation of "The Hall of the Dead"-an unfinished tale left by Robert E. Howard and fleshed out by Mike Mignola, Cary Nord, and Dave Stewart. Pursued by a small army, Conan heads for shelter in the ancient ruins of a forgotten city, lured by a flimsy rumor of treasure. Instead, he finds the fallen idols of twisted gods and a lot of croaking creatures. Luckily, frogs are no match for an armed Cimmerian . . . right? Conan soon finds himself battling a slithering monstrosity and an onslaught of undead warriors! Retainers to a lord long forgotten awaken to protect a treasure so sizable even the dead can't bear to see it stolen. Can a cunning Cimmerian and a foe-turned-ally withstand the power of such dark sorceries long enough to escape with some loot and their lives?

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