Conan Omnibus Volume 3: Ancient Gods and Sorcerers

Conan Omnibus Volume 3: Ancient Gods and Sorcerers

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ISBN-13: 9781630089313
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publication date: 08/15/2017
Series: Conan Omnibus , #3
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 464
Sales rank: 605,348
File size: 272 MB
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About the Author

Timothy Truman is an American writer, artist, and musician. He is best known for his stories and Wild West–style comic book art, and, in particular, for his work on Grimjack, Scout, and the reinvention of Jonah Hex with Joe R. Lansdale.

Truman was born in 1956 in Gauley Bridge, West Virginia. After graduating from Gauley Bridge High School in 1974, he attended the Columbus College of Art and Design while also attending West Virginia University. From 1979 to 1981 he attended the Kubert School in New Jersey and graduated on the dean's list.

He currently lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and is an instructor at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design.

Tomas Giorello is a writer, artist, penciller, and cover artist known for his work on Conan the Barbarian titles.

Richard Corben was born on a farm in Anderson, Missouri, and went on to get a bachelor of fine arts degree from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1965. After working as a professional animator, Corben started doing underground comics, including Grim Wit, Slow Death, Skull, Rowlf, Fever Dreams, and his own anthology Fantagor. In 1970 he began illustrating horror and science-fiction stories for Warren Publishing. His stories appeared in Creepy, Eerie, Vampirella, 1984, and Comix International. He also colored several episodes of Will Eisner's Spirit. In 1975, when Mœbius, Druillet, and Jean-Pierre Dionnet started publishing the magazine Métal Hurlant in France, Corben submitted some of his stories to them. He continued his work for the franchise in America, where the magazine was called Heavy Metal. In 1976 he adapted a short Robert E. Howard story in Bloodstar. In 2012 he was elected to the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame.

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