Conan #10 - Iron Shadows in the Moon
(May 2011)

Dark Horse, 2005 Series
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Volume
10
Price
17.99 USD; 19.99 CAD
Pages
164
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Dark Horse Books
Brand
Dark Horse Books [facing left]
ISBN
978-1-59582-713-5 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781595827135 51799
Editing
Philip R. Simon

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Conan / cover / 2 pages (report information)

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Cary Nord
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Cary Nord
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José Villarrubia

Genre
sword and sorcery
Characters
Conan
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Introduction (Table of Contents: 4)

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Timothy Truman
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The four issues that comprised our adaptation of Robert E. Howard's "Iron Shadows in the Moon" marked an important transition point for our interpretation of Howard's Cimmerian...

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Tomás Giorello
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Tomás Giorello
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Know, o prince that between the years when the oceans drank Atlantis and the gleaming cities, and the years of the rise of the Sons of Aryas there was an age undreamed of...
Genre
sword and sorcery
Characters
Conan

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And now the silent mists shroud the Ilbars Stream, as fleeting the glories of man.

Chapter One (Table of Contents: 7)

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Cary Nord
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Cary Nord
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Dave Stewart
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sword and sorcery
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Conan
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Blue sea merged with blue sky... soft, dark velvet, clustered with stars and the mirrors of stars.

The Island (Table of Contents: 9)

Conan the Barbarian / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Robert E. Howard (original story); Tim Truman (adaptation)
Pencils
Paul Lee (1-6); Tomás Giorello (7-22)
Inks
Paul Lee (1-6); Tomás Giorello (7-22)
Colors
José Villarrubia
Letters
Richard Starkings

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And it came to pass -- at the end of the first age -- that a great doom befell the children of the nameless gods, who dwelled on an island in the great inland sea.
Genre
sword and sorcery
Characters
Olivia; Shah Amurath; Conan; Sergius
Synopsis
Conan gets revenge on Shah Amurath.
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Chapter Two (Table of Contents: 10)

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Tomás Giorello
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Tomás Giorello
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sword and sorcery
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Conan
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He was brave, the Cimmerian.

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Conan / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

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Robert E. Howard (original story); Tim Truman (adaptation)
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Tomás Giorello
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Tomás Giorello
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José Villarrubia
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Richard Starkings

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As Conan and I entered the ruined temple, I was struck by the foreboding sense of doom that permeated the place.
Genre
sword and sorcery
Characters
Olivia; Conan; Sergius; Sephus; Krimsar; Aratus
Synopsis
Olivia dreams that the iron statues will come to life in the moonlight.
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Chapter Three (Table of Contents: 13)

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Cary Nord
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Cary Nord
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Dave Stewart
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Conan
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I lay in the rocks, stunned by the disaster, incapable of speech or action, staring with horrified eyes as the brutes dragged Conan away.

Pirate's Moon (Table of Contents: 15)

Conan / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

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Robert E. Howard (original story); Tim Truman (adaptation)
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Tomás Giorello
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Tomás Giorello
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José Villarrubia
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Richard Starkings

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Aa-rahh! Cimmerian bastard!
Genre
sword and sorcery
Characters
Sergius; Conan; Olivia; Aratus; Ivanos
Synopsis
Conan fights Sergius.
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Cary Nord
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Cary Nord
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Conan
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From the hidden ruins rose a bone-chilling medley - blasphemous cries of agony...

Monsters (Table of Contents: 18)

Conan / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

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Robert E. Howard (original story); Tim Truman (adaptation)
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Tomás Giorello
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Tomás Giorello
Colors
José Villarrubia
Letters
Richard Starkings; Comicraft

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And so they faced one another -- the bronzed Cimmerian warrior and the mysterious monster, whose presence we had felt since first setting foot upon the accursed isle!
Genre
sword and sorcery
Characters
Conan; Olivia; Aratus; Ivanos
Synopsis
Conan fights a giant ape.
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Conan Character Study by Darick Robertson (Table of Contents: 20)

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Darick Robertson
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Darick Robertson
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Conan

Bonus Story, Part One - Conan and the Mad King of Gaul (Table of Contents: 21)

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Darick Robertson
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Darick Robertson
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Tony Avina
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Conan
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Life in the bountiful valley of Gaul was worth dying for.
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Conan

Conan and the Mad King of Gaul (Table of Contents: 23)

Conan / comic story / 16 pages (report information)

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Darick Robertson
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Darick Robertson
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Darick Robertson
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Tony Avila
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Simon Bowland
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During the earliest years of Conan's wandering, the youth traveled south from Cimmeria several times.
Genre
sword and sorcery
Characters
Conan; Zauran; Hargon
Synopsis
Conan steals food from the Mad King of Gaul's army.
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Bonus Story, Part Two - Conan: The Weight of the Crown (Table of Contents: 24)

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Darick Robertson
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Sometimes the deadliest of threats can't be met on the battlefield.
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Conan

The Weight of the Crown (Table of Contents: 26)

Conan / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

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Darick Robertson
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Darick Robertson
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Darick Robertson
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Tony Avina
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Simon Bowland

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The valley of Gaul was a fertile, wild valley on the far western border of Aquilonia ruled by the former Aquilonian general Zauran... known widely as the "mad king" of Gaul.
Genre
sword and sorcery
Characters
Conan; Zauran; Aron; Aghore; Atoth
Synopsis
Conan becomes the king of Gaul.
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Afterword the Jewels Beneath His Feet (Table of Contents: 27)

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Mark Finn
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Tomás Giorello
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And so the curtain drops over the ruins of Iron Shadows in the Moon, and a new era for Conan is promised.
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Conan; Olivia

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Conan
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
  3. 2. [no title indexed]
  4. 3. [no title indexed]
  5. 4. Introduction
  6. 5. ["Know, o prince that between the years when the oceans drank Atlantis and the gleaming cities, and the years of the rise of the Sons of Aryas there was an age undreamed of..."]
    Conan
  7. 6. ["And now the silent mists shroud the Ilbars Stream, as fleeting the glories of man."]
  8. 7. Chapter One
    Conan
  9. 8. ["Blue sea merged with blue sky... soft, dark velvet, clustered with stars and the mirrors of stars."]
  10. 9. The Island
    Conan the Barbarian
  11. 10. Chapter Two
    Conan
  12. 11. ["He was brave, the Cimmerian."]
  13. 12. ["As Conan and I entered the ruined temple, I was struck by the foreboding sense of doom that permeated the place."]
    Conan
  14. 13. Chapter Three
    Conan
  15. 14. ["I lay in the rocks, stunned by the disaster, incapable of speech or action, staring with horrified eyes as the brutes dragged Conan away."]
  16. 15. Pirate's Moon
    Conan
  17. 16. [no title indexed]
    Conan
  18. 17. ["From the hidden ruins rose a bone-chilling medley - blasphemous cries of agony..."]
  19. 18. Monsters
    Conan
  20. 19. [no title indexed]
  21. 20. Conan Character Study by Darick Robertson
  22. 21. Bonus Story, Part One - Conan and the Mad King of Gaul
    Conan
  23. 22. ["Life in the bountiful valley of Gaul was worth dying for."]
  24. 23. Conan and the Mad King of Gaul
    Conan
  25. 24. Bonus Story, Part Two - Conan: The Weight of the Crown
    Conan
  26. 25. ["Sometimes the deadliest of threats can't be met on the battlefield."]
  27. 26. The Weight of the Crown
    Conan
  28. 27. Afterword the Jewels Beneath His Feet
  29. 28. ["Conan"]
  30. 29. ["Solomon Kane"]
  31. 30. ["Kull"]
  32. 31. [no title indexed]
  33. 32. [no title indexed]
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