Conan the Barbarian #15 Reviews

The Brown Bag: “…crammed full of treachery, numerous death-traps, passionate love-making and the adventurer’s unconquerable will to survive, many fans of Robert E. Howard’s work could arguably have believed that the incredibly atmospheric Into The Crucible was actually an adaption of some long-lost manuscript from the Thirties rather than a modern-day interpretation of the fictional sword and sorcery hero.”

Comic 8/10 “This arc could end up being a genuinely perfect one, if this issue is any indication.”

Comic Book University: “I think you’ll actually see that this is really a fun book, all in all, from beginning to end.”

Graphic Policy: “I thought Conan the Barbarian #15 was an easy issue to follow and I wasn’t confused much at all picking this one up in the middle of the storyline.”

Kaboooom!: 8/10 “Roge Antonio’s art continues to impress, showing a unique sense of motion throughout the issue. Even when speaking in a static conversation the characters seem to be continually in motion, like wary predators circling their prey.”

Pop Mythology: “Pick of the Week – a book that shows me the savage rage of everyone’s favourite Cimmerian is exactly what this year needs.”

Weird Science Marvel Comics: 8.5/10 “I’m totally on board with the direction Zub’s and Antônio are taking…If you’re interested in Conan the Barbarian, now is the perfect time to give it a try.”

  1. Thanks for taking the time to read my humble review, Mr Zub. Very much appreciated 😛

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