SHOW / EPISODE

Hither Came Conan 022 - Conan the Barbarian #18 (Marvel: 1972)

42m | Nov 17, 2023

Conan and Fafnir, trying to keep Kyrie safe, fight a couple of monsters and kill a big bunch of people.

That's today as we look at Conan the Barbarian #18: The Thing in the Temple by Roy Thomas, Gil Kane, Dan Adkins, and Artie Simek.

This issue was published by Marvel Comics in June of 1972.

Enjoy!

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The synopsis used in this episode was taken from marvel.fandom.com with re-writes by me.

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The music used in this episode is from The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Nic Raine

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