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Dark Horse Comics began their take on Conan in 2003 with the comic series Conan, initially written by Kurt Busiek and pencilled by Cary Nord. This series is a fresh interpretation, based on the works of Robert E. Howard, with some new stories, but with no connection to the 1970s Marvel Comics run.

However, Dark Horse is also publishing digitally re-coloured collections of the 1970s Marvel Comics Conan the Barbarian series by Roy Thomas (writer), Barry Windsor-Smith, John Buscema, Ernie Chan (artists), and others.

It was announced that Dark Horse Comics will end the comics run in February 2018 as Conan will return to Marvel in 2019.

Comic series[]

  • Conan #0: The Legend • 2003
  • Conan • 2004–2008 • 50 issues
  • Conan and the Daughters of Midora • 2004 • 1 issue
  • Conan and the Jewels of GwahlurP. Craig Russell (writer & artist) • 2005 • 3 issues
  • Conan and the Demons of Khitai • 2005-2006 • 4 issues
  • Conan - Book of Thoth • 2006 • 4 issues
  • Conan and the Songs of the Dead • 2006 • 5 issues
  • Conan the Cimmerian • 2008– • 10+ issues
Creative Teams
  • 2004 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards
Best Single Issue or One-Shot. Conan #0: The Legend.
  • 2004 Eagle Awards
Favourite new comicbook. Conan.


Published by Dark Horse Books

Marvel Comics Collections[]

Published by Dark Horse Books
The Chronicles of Conan

These volumes collect digitally re-colored versions of stories from Marvel Comics' Conan the Barbarian unless otherwise noted.

External links[]

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