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Fantasy Comics

Collection by Michael Grilo

Michael Grilo
Before Roy Thomas made Conan an American hero, a Mexican company adapted Robert E. Howard's "Queen of the Black Coast," and made the character Belit more of the star. Link goes to the story behind the story. Conan The Barbarian Comic, Mike Allred, Dan Decarlo, Garcia Lopez, Jordi Bernet, Will Eisner, Alex Toth, Costa, Frank Cho

La Reina de la Costa Negra

Brunettes have more fun: Conan dyed his hair yellow and, much to his regret, suffered a serious status loss when he was relegated to Belit's sidekick. It's ancient history: Marvel's Conan the Barbarian debuted with the October, 1970 issue. For years it was thought to be the first ever Conan comic. And then Fred Blosser wrote an article published in The Savage Sword of Conan #26 (January 1978) describing a Mexican comic called La Reina de la Costa Negra ("The Queen of the Black Coast") #15…

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The Black Dragon

A blog about science fiction, fantasy, and horror fiction paperbacks published during 1968 to 1988