Two Against Tyre

A chapbook or fanzine from 1975 published by Dennis McHaney. “Two Against Tyre” is a story based on an unpublished story featuring Eithriall the Gaul, one of the lesser-known characters created by Robert E. Howard. The story celebrated the pageantry of medieval knighthood, the exoticism of the Orient, the ferocity of the invaders from the steppes, the mysteries of the seraglio and the rise and fall of great dynasties. It was adapted by Marvel Comics into the Conan The Barbarian comics episode Two Against Turan, with major changes in the story line.

Contents

  • Two Against Tyre • (1970) • short story by Robert E. Howard

Notes

Published in an edition of 1500 copies
600 copies were printed on deluxe 70 lb. Strathmore Artlaid paper in a numbered deluxe edition.
Saddle stapled, wraps. Page numbers do not include covers.

Publisher :Dennis McHaney
Year :1975
Format :Chapbook  (5.5 x 8.5, saddle stapled)
Pages :28
Cover :Steve Fabian (Front and Back)
Illustrations :Steve Fabian
Howard Works ISFDB

Two Against Tyre

A chapbook or fanzine from 1975. “Two Against Tyre” is a story based on an unpublished story featuring Eithriall the Gaul, one of the lesser-known characters created by Robert E. Howard. The story celebrated the pageantry of medieval knighthood, the exoticism of the Orient, the ferocity of the invaders from the steppes, the mysteries of the seraglio and the rise and fall of great dynasties. It was adapted by Marvel Comics into the Conan The Barbarian comics episode Two Against Turan, with major changes in the story line.

Tags: Robert E. Howard