The book was published in January 2011 by Gollancz and is an omnibus called Conan’s Brethren. It contains tales of Solomon Kane, King Kull, Bran Mak Morn and others. It’s a thick book, but very lightweight.
This 860-page collection contains all of Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Cimmerian stories published during his lifetime, contextualized with biographical details of their author. The hardcover, a Multimedia Bundle Edition, includes the e-book and audiobook editions as downloadable bonus content.
Donald M. Grant produced this deluxe limited hardcover with DJ and slipcase of only 400 numbered copies SIGNED by artist Ned Dameron. Perhaps the most spectacular book of Howard’s work ever published. Red leatherette (leather?) book and matching slipcase and wrap-around DJ by Ned Dameron, who also contributes both black & white and full color interior art, including 7 remarkable double-page spreads.
The UK based small press Wandering Star issued glorious editions of Robert E. Howard s work, including The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane, Bran Mak Morn, The Ultimate Triumph, as well as two volumes of Howard’s Conan tales. Subterranean Press is continued this series of limited editions, beginning with Kull: Exile of Atlantis, exquisitely illustrated with color plates.
Wildside Press has published Robert E. Howard’s ten book series called Weird Works, which comprises Howard’s entire body of collected work published in the pulp magazine Weird Tales, and restored to the original magazine texts. Shadow Kingdoms: The Weird Works of Robert E. Howard is the first volume in this series.
“The Shadow Kingdom” is a fantasy short story by American writer Robert E. Howard, the first of his Kull stories, set in his fictional Thurian Age. It was first published in the pulp magazine Weird Tales in August 1929.
The story introduces Kull himself, the setting of Valusia, Brule the Spear-Slayer (a supporting character), and the Serpent Men (who don’t appear in any other work by Howard, but were adopted by later authors for derivative works and inclusion in the Cthulhu Mythos).
“The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune” is a fantasy short story by American author Robert E. Howard, one of his original short stories about Kull of Atlantis, first published in Weird Tales magazine c. 1929. It is one of only three Kull stories to be published in Howard’s lifetime.
Bran Mak Morn is struggling, his people are demanding a king! He consults Gonar, and is able to summon Kull, great King of Valusia! Meanwhile the Romans are coming and intent on conquering.
Most of the articles are reprinted from issues of the Robert E. Howard United Press Association (REHUPA). Many are revised and expanded.
Other articles are from THE PULP COLLECTOR #18, STARLOG #238, CINEFANTASTIQUE (Jan 1997), and ROBERT E. HOWARD’S BLOOD & THUNDER #1.
Profusely illustrated by Virgil Finlay, Steve Fabian, Richard Corben, Roy G. Krenkel, Allen Koszowski, Hugh Rankin, Ray Capella, Rick McCollum, Jayem Wilcox, Lee Brown Coye, Ned Dameron, Ron Wilber, David Burton, T.J. Glenn, Jim Cawthorn, and original pulp illustrations by various artists.