: : Does anyone know of a site that breaks down
: each Savage Sword issue, basically giving a
: quick description of the story?
: If not, can anyone tell me the issue number
: of the Savage Sword where, in at least one
: of the stories, Conan rescues previously
: kidnapped women from a stronghold and then
: goes on the run with a band of refugees,
: including a young boy who uses a sling very
: effectively. Also in the issue -- if memory
: serves -- are large apes conan fights and
: another warrior always competing with Conan,
: who dies. Sound remotely familiar? The
: artwork was wonderful, I remember... Thanks.
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: SWEET! A Conan board...I've been a fan for
: about 14 years...
: And after years of neglect, I've FINALLY
: filled in some gaps on my "CONAN THE
: BARBARIAN" run by Marvel,(#70-#208). A
: few month ago, my local comic store had a
: 50% off sale on their stock of "SAVAGE
: SWORD OF CONAN" & "CONAN
: SAGA" mags. Needless to say, I picked
: up a stack!
: My question is; are there any sites that
: list an index for the SSOC run? Or maybe a
: chronology for both the mag and comic? I
: know that SSOC had a mix of
: original/adaptions/reprints in various
: issues, and was just curious as I read each
: issue that I pick up without going
: "Hey, that one was in the comic!"
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