Robert E. Howard’s Lord of the Dead

“Robert E. Howard’s Lord of the Dead,” a 1992 release by Conquest Press, is a graphic adaptation that brings one of Howard’s stories to the comic medium. The adaptation, skillfully crafted by Richard A. Lupoff, and illustrated by Felix Ortega (using the pen name Pablo Marcos), captures the essence of Howard’s storytelling. The comic features cover art by Marcus Boas and is enhanced by Susan Dorne’s lettering, under the editorial direction of Alphonso D.J. Alphonso.

This is the Graphic adaptation of Howard’s LORD OF THE DEAD.

Robert E. Howard’s The Vultures of Whapeton

“The Vultures of Whapeton,” the first comic book release by Conquest Press, is an important piece in the collection of Robert E. Howard’s comic adaptations. It showcases Steve Gan’s art and David C. Smith’s adaptation of Howard’s story. Additionally, the comic features an article by Fred Blosser, providing further insight into Howard’s work.

Chacal #1

Chacal was a US slick-format small-press Magazine. 2 issues was published (Winter 1976, Spring 1977) . The title is French for jackal.

Among the first quality Small-Press magazines, Chacal grew from REH: Lone Star Fictioneer, a fanzine devoted to Robert E Howard. The focus remained mostly on Sword and Sorcery, with stories by David C Smith and Karl Edward Wagner. 

Son of the White Wolf

Collects “Blood of the Gods,” “Country of the Knife” and “Son of the White Wolf,” three tales of Middle Eastern adventure featuring Francis Xavier Gordon (El Borak), published here for the first time in a book. Introduction by Fred Cook.

Marchers of Valhalla

This second edition from 1977 edition added one story and included dust-jacket and illustrations by Marcus Boas.

Marchers of Valhalla is a collection of three Fantasy novelettes by Robert E. Howard. It was first published in 1972 by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in an edition of 1,654 copies with two stories.