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The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2004

    Solomon Kane kicks butt!!!!!

    I first saw the comics and it really caught my interest. Then I managed to get hold of a partial copy of the actual short stories and loved it, but it wasn't enough. So when I saw this was comming out I just had to have it. I have enjoyed the book thus far and recomend it to anyone who loves Call of Cthulu. Solomon Kane helping to ease Evil men and women of their lives is thrilling!

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  • Posted November 21, 2008

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    ROBERT E. HOWARD - SOLOMON KANE = OUTSTANDING!!

    This book is excellent as all of REH's stories. One of my favorite stories is Wings In The Night. All REH stories are classics but this one really stayed with me a while. Solomon Kane is now in comics at Dark Horse. Kull is coming soon and Conan is still there!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2005

    MORE THAN JUST CONAN!

    To many readers, Howard is known only by Conan -- so they especially need to read this volume. Personally, I prefer this character and his world. The Kane stories are so vividly written that Howard could have been known just for this character and been just as famous. For those who enjoy the period fantasy genre and for fans of pure high adventure, this volume satisfies both tastes. And for me, the pen and ink art is the fine touch, more than the paintings.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2004

    A Master Gone to Soon

    Robert E. Howard is one of the most gifted and talented writers ever to grace the genre of fantasy fiction. His contributions of 'sword and sorcery' have been emulated and copied in the time since his death and even into today. After purchasing this book last night and reading well into the wee hours of the morning, I felt I must implore you all to take a chance on a gifted American author and his Puritan swordsman. You will not be disappointed. These stories still carry all of the depth, tension, and swash-buckling adventure as when they were first written.

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