Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936). Robert E. Howard, WEIRD TALES, Farnsworth Wright.
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)
Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)

Conan the Barbarian in WEIRD TALES (26 ISSUES-1932-1936)

Indianapolis, IN: Popular Fiction Publishing Company, 1932-1936. Octavo, 26 issues, pictorial wrappers. The complete run Conan stories as they first appeared in 26 issues of Weird Tales. "[Robert E.] Howard is very nearly a major cultural figure. His influence on 20th century fantasy is simply inescapable. While he may have had his antecedents, he effectively created and defined the sword and sorcery story. His barbarian hero is a pop archetype, as instantly recognizable as Tarzan or Sherlock Holmes." - Darrell Schweitzer writing in The St. James Guide to Fantasy Writers (1996), pp. 292-293. The catalog consists of; 1932: December, "The Phoenix on the Sword,"; 1933: January, "The Scarlet Citadel," March, "The Tower of the Elephant," June, "Black Colossus," September, "The Slithering Shadow," October, "The Pool of the Black One,"; 1934: January, "Rogues in the House," April, "Shadows in the Moonlight," May, "Queen of the Black Coast," August, "The Devil in Iron," September, "People of the Black Circle (p. 1)," October, "People of the Black Circle (p. 2)," November, "People of the Black Circle (p. 3)," December, "A Witch Shall Be Born,"; 1935: March, "Jewels of Gwahlur," May, "Beyond the Black River (p. 1)," June, "Beyond the Black River (p. 2)," November, "Shadows in Zamboula," December, "The Hour of the Dragon (p. 1),"; 1936: January, "The Hour of the Dragon (p. 2)," February, "The Hour of the Dragon (p. 3)," March, "The Hour of the Dragon (p. 4)," April, "The Hour of the Dragon (p. 5)," July, "Red Nails (p. 1)," August-September, "Red Nails (p. 2)," October, "Red Nails (p. 3)." Darkening to pages to a number of copies, A little color fade to a few issues and some edge rubs. The overall condition of the issues is nearly fine to fine condition. A very attractive set of books. (15172). Item #15172

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