Ariel: The Book of Fantasy #3 was a fantasy magazine published by Ariel Books (earlier Morning Star Press). This issue contains the poem “Musing” illustrated on a two-page spread by Jack Kirby.
Ariel was a fantasy magazine published by Morning Star Press, later Ariel Books, and Ballantine Books. There is a six page preview of the upcoming novel adaptation of THE VALLEY OF THE WORM. Article about Frank Frazetta. Two Howard poems, “The Symbol” and “A Crown for a King”. Also features “Conan the Existential”, an essay by Charles Hoffman (a variant of Conan the Existentialist from 1974).
A fanzine or periodical edited by Jonathan Bacon from 1975. Issue 4 and 5 contains the story ‘Man with the Mystery Mitts’, ‘War to the Blind’ (poem), ‘The Abbey’ (fragment) and ‘The Day Breaks Over Simla’ (poem)
REH: Two-Gun Raconteur #15 from 2011. Contains ‘Sailor Costigan and the Yellow Cobra’ by Howard, illustrated by Clayton Hinkle. Also the poem ‘Miser’s Gold’. An portfolio of Howard’s heroes of the historicals by Nathan Furman and several articles.
REH: Two-Gun Raconteur #12 from the 2008. Contains the story ‘Fists of the Revolution’ by Howard, illustrated by Jim & Ruth Keegan. An article from Mark Finn, illustrated by Bill Cavalier. Also an Robert E. Howard art portfolio by Jim Ordolis. Several articles and a review of the Girasol Facsimile books.
Combines all-new features with a collection of Conan-related material from past issues of Spectrum (spruced up with different artwork and photos)! The all-star interview line-up includes Barry Windsor-Smith, Kurt Busiek, Mark Schultz, Gary Gianni, Joseph Michael Linsner, and Cary Nord! The discussions cover a wide range of Conan in print, from the classic Marvel comics of three decades ago, to the recent book collections, to the hot new Dark Horse series. This issue also includes a lengthy analysis of all of the Robert E. Howard-based films (the two Conan movies, Red Sonja, Kull the Conqueror, and The Whole Wide World), and a new essay by Charles Hoffman. No Conan fan will want to be without it!
This is the Graphic Novel of Howard’s ‘Worms of the Earth’, featuring the Bran Mak Morn.
Adapted by Roy Thomas with art by Tim Conrad and Bary Windsor-Smith. Also included are an interview and articles.