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The Savage Sword of Kull, Vol. 1 (The Savage Sword of Kull #1)

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  44 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Collects:
* Bizarre Adventures #26
* Kull and the Barbarians #1-3
* Marvel Preview #19
* Savage Sword of Conan #1-3, 7, 9, 23, 34, 42-43, 55, 119-122, 124-127
* Savage Sword of Conan Annual #1
* Savage Tales #2

In the tradition of The Savage Sword of Conan and Saga of Solomon Kane collections, Dark Horse presents The Savage Sword of Kull, which is the first of a two-volume set th
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Paperback, 375 pages
Published November 30th 2010 by Dark Horse Comics
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Quentin Wallace
Aug 20, 2016 Quentin Wallace rated it it was amazing
Ive always been a huge fan of the black and white comic magazines, be it Conan, Kull, Creepy, Eerie or anything similar. They just seem a little more mature and have a little more of an edge to them.

Kull is an underrated character, as he mostly stays in the shadow of his more famous companion, Conan. However, many fans like the Kull stories better. I don't really like Kull better than Conan (I'm actually more of a Soloman Kane guy) but I will say this is a really good read. Many of the stories a
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Andrew
Nov 13, 2014 Andrew rated it it was ok
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Incredibly inconsistent. I guess this is to expected because Kull, especially the mature pieces (presented here), had a sporadic publishing history. The selection here is over 15 years time. The art is inconsistent, ranging from pretty awesome (not on par with the best Conan stuff) to awful. The writing ranges from solid Roy Thomas (not on par with the best Conan stuff) to boring and pointless.

One of the issues is that many stories feel the need to rehash Kull's origin story, probably to introdu
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Ghoule
Jan 13, 2013 Ghoule rated it liked it
Une superbe anthologie de DHC rassemblant en un seul volume plus d'une trentaine de bandes dessinées de Kull - personnage de Robert E. Howard créé dans les années 1920 antérieurement à Conan le Cimmérien - publiées à l'origine chez Marvel au courant des années 70.

Les dessins sont parfois approximatifs. Les récits se ressemblent souvent : Kull s'ennuie dans sa routine de monarque, une intrigue ou un événement imprévu qui menace le trône ou le souverain survient, une première confrontation a lieu
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Aaron Meyer
Jan 19, 2011 Aaron Meyer rated it it was amazing
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What a great set of stories. These stories are taken from magazines which spread over fifteen years so even though you may get some repetition, particularly in reference to Kull's origin, the stories never get old. The storylines progressively move forward in time with some flashbacks, but there is one story that drops noticably and that is the reclaiming of the throne when Thulsa Doom takes it over. One story Kull loses it and is searching out for an army and the next story he's back on the thr ...more
Rick
The tales contained in this volume are of varing quality. Some are excellent, others leave much left to be desired. Kull was clearly not as well developed a character as Conan was during their years at Marvel Comics. If you are a fan of sword & sorcery fiction this is probably a solid and entertaining read otherwise I'd suggest reading Robert E. Howard's original Kull stories instead.
Matthew
Nov 24, 2012 Matthew rated it really liked it
These stories are not bad little S&S snippets; fun stories often with really good B&W art. (I do wish that Marvel had chosen to depict Thulsa Doom in a way that did not make him look like Skeletor from He-man.)
Kenny
Oct 06, 2012 Kenny rated it really liked it
Steve Engelhart,Roy Thomas, Bernie Wrightson, Barry Smith,Ross Andru, Wally Wood, the Severin Siblings etc. Titians all,as they weave magic with their adaptations of Good King Kull.
Classic.
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