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Red Sonja #1 Marvel Comics 1977 Conan Spin-Off, Thome Art, Thomas

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24 Legendary Fantasy Movie Posters - Rotten Tomatoes

24 Legendary Fantasy Movie Posters Pictures - Rotten Tomatoes

24 Legendary Fantasy Movie Posters Photo Gallery - Check out just released 24 Legendary Fantasy Movie Posters Pics, Images, Clips, Trailers, Production Photos and more from Rotten Tomatoes' Movie Pictures Archive!

Sword and Sorcery Week! The Grooviest Covers of All Time: Big Red!

Sword and Sorcery Week! The Grooviest Covers of All Time: Big Red!

Dig it, Groove-ophiles! After Conan, Red Sonja was the most popular barbarian warrior in Marvel's stable. Though she only headlined twenty-two issues of her own during the Groovy Age (Marvel Feature Vol. 2, issues 1-7, Red Sonja numbers 1-15, August 1975-February 1979), she popped up in a few issues of Conan, in back-ups in Savage Sword of Conan and Marvel Super Special, and even had her own fan club! Most remember Frank Thorne's eloquent art because he drew the majority of the comics--and…

Marvel Feature #4, May 1976. Red Sonja. Artwork cover by Frank Thorne.

Comic Book Covers

Every good cover tells a story

Marvel Feature #1 Gil Kane Cover. Dick Giordano Pencils. Roy Thomas Story. The Temple of Abomination! Reprints 'Red Sonja' from Savage Sword of Conan Magazine #1 in color, plus a new story 'The Temple of Abomination'

Marvel Feature Vol. 2 (1975-1976) Marvel Comics, Red Sonja

Marvel Feature Vol. 2 (1975-1976) Marvel Comics, Red Sonja.

The German teaser poster for Conan the Barbarian, designed and painted by Renato Casaro, 1982. The German distributors asked Renato to adapt...

An interview with Renato Casaro

An exclusive Interview with Renato Casaro the international film poster artist

Marvel Feature Vol. 2 # 5 by Frank Thorne & John Romita

Marvel Feature Vol. 2 # 5 by Frank Thorne & John Romita

sandahl bergman & arnold Shwarzenagger ~loooove this; great way to capitalize on having a super strong man ;)

sandahl bergman & arnold Shwarzenagger ~loooove this; great way to capitalize on having a super strong man ;)

Red Sonja #11 - Red Lace Part 2: Sightless in a Strange Land! (Issue)

Red Sonja #11 - Red Lace Part 2: Sightless in a Strange Land! (Issue)

Planet Comics (No.31, 1944) Cover Art by Joe Doolin

Monsters Forever

You have entered the Wild, Wild World of the Monster Man. Sit back and enjoy my psychotronic sideshow of subterranean sleaze, bizarre sights and sounds, ghoulish girls and of course Monsters!!!

Brilliant colours and image quality in this February 1940 Lou Fine cover for Planet Comics. What a personal vision - if William Blake had illustrated comic books.

Wonderful, Beautiful, and Strange Finds

Planet Comics #2, February 1940. Cover art by Lou Fine.