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eBook Conan Vol. 2: The God in the Bowl and Other Stories (v. 2) ePub

by Cary Nord,Thomas Yeates,Dave Stewart,Kurt Busiek

  • ISBN: 1593074034
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Cary Nord,Thomas Yeates,Dave Stewart,Kurt Busiek
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Books (October 18, 2005)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1451 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1712 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 975

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Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's .

Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved The God in the Bowl in all its terrifying detail. Its a shame that this group of artists/writers didn't keep going for more than 4 books.

Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved "The God in the Bowl" in all its terrifying detail, as well as introducing not only Conan's most famed adversary, Thoth-amon, but a new female foil to Conan's.

Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved "The God in the Bowl" in all its terrifying detail, as well as introducing not only Conan's most famed adversary, Thoth-amon, but a new female foil to Conan's exploits - Janissa, the Widowmaker, bound by a pact to a witch who.

Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved "The God in the Bowl" in all its .

Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved "The God in the Bowl" in all its terrifying detail, as well as introducing not only Conan's most famed adversary, Thoth-amon, but a new female foil to Conan's exploits - Janissa, the Widowmaker, bound by a pact to a witch wh. By the time Kurt Busiek graduated from Syracuse University in 1982, he had already sold his first professional comics script-a backup story that appeared in Green Lantern from DC Comics.

Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved "The God in the Bowl" in all its terrifying detail, as well as The critically acclaimed and award-winning creative team behind the runaway-hit revival are back with a brand new adaptation of one of Conan creator Robert E. Howard's.

Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates, Dave Stewart. Conan and the Young Warriors.

by Kurt Busiek · Cary Nord · Tom Yeates. Conan, Vol. 2: The God in the Bowl and Other Stories. When the internationally famous barbarian hero returned to comics, with an all-new fresh start by award-winning writer Kurt Busiek (JLA/Avengers, Astro City) and dynamic artists Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates, and Dave Stewart, the result was instant sell-outs. by Kurt Busiek · Cary Nord · Tom Yeates. The critically acclaimed and award-winning creative team behind the runaway-hit revival are back with a brand new adaptation of one of Conan creator Robert E. Howard's best-known tales.

Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved "The God in the Bowl" in all its terrifying detail, as well as introducing not only Conan's most famed adversary, Thoth-amon, but a new female foil to Conan's exploits-Janissa the Widowmaker, bound by a pact to a. witch who has sinister plans for Conan. Collecting issues of the Dark Horse series By the time Kurt Busiek graduated from Syracuse University in 1982, he had already sold his first professional comics script-a backup story that appeared in Green Lantern from DC Comics.

Conan Volume 2: The God In The Bowl And Other Stories (Conan (Graphic Novels)). Kurt Busiek, Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates, Dave Stewart. Will Eisner, Eddie Campbell, Chris Offutt, Howard Chaykin, Thomas Yeates.

Conan: Volume 2: The God In the Bowl and Other Stories is the second collection of Dark Horse Comics' Conan comic series. Artists: Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates and Tom Mandrake. Color artist: Dave Stewart. Letterer: Richard Starkings and Comicraft. Chapter break artist: Leinil Francis Yu. Creator of Conan: Robert E. Howard. Foreword, Mike Richardson (publisher). Chapter 1: "Two Nemedians Walk into a Ba. Chapter 2: "The Temple of Kallian Publico".

The critically acclaimed and award-winning creative team behind the runaway-hit revival are back with a brand new adaptation of one of Conan creator Robert E. Howard's best-known tales.Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved "The God in the Bowl" in all its terrifying detail, as well as introducing not only Conan's most famed adversary, Thoth-amon, but a new female foil to Conan's exploits—Janissa the Widowmaker, bound by a pact to a witch who has sinister plans for Conan. Collecting issues #7, #9-#14 of the Dark Horse series.* "Writer Kurt Busiek treats him with the dignified respect due as one of the towering figures in fantasy literature ... it feels like historians unearthed a vibrant, bloody tapestry. These are, once again, the days of high adventure."—Entertainment Weekly * "Conan is an action-packed spectacle, a barbarian blockbuster with a brain, and an epic as intelligent as it is visually stunning."—Wizard Magazine

Comments

Roram Roram
Like the first (actually I think there was an issue #0), this comic is surprisingly mature and well written. The artwork is very nice. This is Conan in true form, or at least in true form as I envision Conan: Honorable, bada##, and highly intolerant of those he judges to be villainous or dishonest. Conan is tough without being over the top unbeatable, besting foes with a combination of physical prowess and guile. Pick this up for a great read on a cold day.
Mozel Mozel
After reading Robert E. Howard's ..."God in the Bowl" and other variations- some
altering the antagonist (male/female) looking for excitement- by changing the characters or content- This is MY FAVORITE- R.E.H. would be proud of this. Close to the original story (and ever true to the theme) Barbarism "Man's Natural State." We can see right through the "foolishness" and hypocrisy of civil government. As an "art piece" -excellent- Story superb- character development-
Welcome "Janissa" Conan's catnip? or Wolf's Bane? -Bowl Rocks-
Eseve Eseve
This second volume in Darkhorse's new Conan line finds our hero in the lands of 'civilization' for the first time. In Nemedia, he find that speed and strength alone won't get him too far, as he becomes entangled in an intricate plot to steal an artifact (or be framed for doing so). After discovering how treacherous city life can be, Conan helps in solving a murder case and then finds himself playing the guard for a priest of Ibis on a desperate mission. The whole story is full of action, humor, and drama, as Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord continue to expand their own [Robert E Howard]-faithful setting. This volume also introduces Conan's arch nemesis, Thoth Amon, as well as a new (and intriguing) creation by the authors, Janissa. The story here didn't live up the sheer awesomeness of The Frost Giant's Daughter in action, suspense, or artwork (thus the 4-star, instead of 5-star rating), but is still highly recommended.
felt boot felt boot
This creative team succeeds where most others in the past have failed. They interpret a true to his original stories Conan while telling stories in between that feel right at home in the universe Howard created. the plots are interesting. The art and lettering and inking all create the right Conan feel and immerse you in the world. This team gets it and it is a must read and buy for any Conan fan.
Twentyfirstfinger Twentyfirstfinger
First, I have to comment on just how much I love the artwork in this book. The watercolor style and mix of hard and soft line width is outstanding and unlike anything else I've read. The storylines are good and the characterisation and voicing of Conan is spot on. Great series and highly recommended.
elektron elektron
I enjoyed Volume 1 so much that i immediately ordered volumes 1-4. The God in the Bowl is just as good as volume 1 if not better.

Its a shame that this group of artists/writers didn't keep going for more than 4 books.
Ricep Ricep
This book is well written and reads very much like the old Savage Sword issues I own. A very creep story and has plenty of action. This graphic novel is faithful to Robert E. Howard original story. I recommend this one.
have read these books for many decades-they are classic