The fourth issue of REH: Lone Star Fictioneer. Contains a short version of ‘Three Bladed Doom’.

Contents

  • ifc •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (Atali) • interior artwork by Howard Chaykin [as by Howie Chaykin]
  • ibc •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (Valeria) • interior artwork by Howard Chaykin [as by Howie Chaykin]
  • 1 •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (title page) • interior artwork by Arnie Fenner
  • 2 •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (logo) • interior artwork by Tim A. Conrad and Larry Gaydos
  • 3 • Contributors (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by uncredited
  • 4 • Editorial (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by Byron L. Roark
  • 4 •  Editorial (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • interior artwork by Tim A. Conrad and Larry Gaydos
  • 5 • A Word from the Peanut Gallery (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by Arnie Fenner [as by Arnold M. Fenner]
  • 5 •  A Word from the Peanut Gallery (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • interior artwork by Bob Pinaha
  • 6 • Three Bladed Doom • [El Borak] • novelette by Robert E. Howard (variant of Three-Bladed Doom (short version))
  • 6 •  Three Bladed Doom • interior artwork by Jim Steranko [as by Steranko]
  • 32 •  The Gods of Bal Sagoth • interior artwork by Marcus Boas
  • 32 • The Gods of Bal Sagoth • essay by uncredited
  • 36 • Sons of REH: Introduction (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by uncredited
  • 37 • Interview: L. Sprague de Camp • interview of L. Sprague de Camp • interview by uncredited
  • 39 •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (Conan) • interior artwork by Marcus Boas
  • 40 •  Interview: John P. Severin • interior artwork by John Severin and Marie Severin
  • 40 • Interview: John P. Severin • interview of John Severin • interview by uncredited
  • 46 • My Sword is Quick • short story by Joseph F. Pumilia and Bill Wallace [as by Joe Pumilia and Bill Wallace]
  • 52 •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (Conan sensed a strange, malignant intelligence”) • interior artwork by George Barr
  • 53 • Incident at Cross Plains • short story by Ben P. Indick [as by Ben Indick]
  • 61 •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (…Don’t you reckon I’ve got a Royal Flush in hearts?…) • interior artwork by Walter Simonson [as by Walt Simonson]
  • 62 • Mail (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by uncredited
  • 62 •  Letter (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by Frank Halpern
  • 62 •  Letter (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by Dirk W. Mosig [as by Dirk Mosig]
  • 62 •  Letter (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by Wayne Warfield
  • 62 •  Letter (REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4) • essay by Dennis McHaney
  • 62 •  Letter: The Vulture Croaks Back • [Letters: L. Sprague de Camp] • essay by L. Sprague de Camp [as by L. Sarcophagus de Camp]
  • 63 •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (…They burst headlong into half-formed ranks…) • interior artwork by Nestor Redondo
  • bc •  REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4 (Cormac Mac Art) • interior artwork by Frank Frazetta

Notes

Publisher: Arnold M. Fenner
Editor: Byron L. Roark
Consulting Editor: Glenn Lord
“Three-Bladed Doom” is illustrated by Steranko
Both the beginning and the ending of “Three-Bladed Doom” were rewritten by Byron Roark.

Volume 1, number 4.
Saddle stapled, wraps. 

Cover title is “…Shah Amurath trapped us near the banks of the Ilbars…”.
Artwork commissioned for this issue, except Nesto Redondo, whose work is courtesy of the Philippine Comic Art Archives.
“My Sword is Quick” is attributed to M. M. Moamrath, with Wallace and Pumilia as “editors”.

Publisher: Nemedian Chronicles
Year : Spring 1976
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Magazine
Pages : 64
Cover : Marcus Boas  (front)
Frank Frazetta (back)
Illustrations : See above
Cover art by Marcus Boas
Back cover art by Frank Frazetta
Interior art of El Borak by Jim Steranko

The fourth issue of REH: Lone Star Fictioneer. Contains a short version of ‘Three Bladed Doom’.

Tags: Arnold M. Fenner / Ben P. Indick / Bill Wallace / Bob Pinaha / Byron L. Roark / Cormac Mac Art / Dennis McHaney / Dirk Mosiq / Frank Frazetta / Frank Halpern / George Barr / Howard Chaykin / Jim Steranko / John Severin / Joseph F. Pumilia / L. Sprague de Camp / Larry Gaydos / Marcus Boas / Marie Severin / Nestor Redondo / Robert E. Howard / Tim A. Conrad / Walter Simonson / Wayne Warfield