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Cover Date: June 2008
Cover Price: US $ 24.95
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Format: Color; Hardcover; 184 pages
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Born on the Battlefield
From humble beginnings in the harsh northern lands of Cimmeria, to legendary feats on the battlefields of Venarium, the origins of Conan have been the topic of much discussion and debate among Robert E. Howard fans and scholars alike. Throughout his stories and many correspondences, Howard left clues as to the true nature of the barbarian's dramatic birth and life prior to his fabled exploits as a thief, a reaver, a slayer... and a king.
Now, Eisner Award-winning author Kurt Busiek brings you the legend of Conan like never before, following the clues and piecing together the tale of a boy born, quite literally, on the fields of battle, and who would grow up to be a fearsome warrior and a great leader of men. Lavishly illustrated and brought to life by Greg Ruth, Born on the Battlefield is a testament to the legacy of Robert E. Howard's most famous creation -- Conan the Cimmearian.
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ISBN 10: 1-59307-980-X
ISBN 13: 978-1-59307-980-2
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