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100 pages - July 2005

Diamond’s “Best Publication About Comics” lets “Gods and Warriors” muscle their way into BACK ISSUE #11! And who better to headline the ish than CONAN? ROY THOMAS, KURT BUSIEK, and JOE JUSKO spill their guts in a meaty retrospective of Marvel’s Conan the Barbarian series, with tons of rare and classic art by JOHN BUSCEMA, BARRY WINDSOR-SMITH, NEAL ADAMS, Jusko, and others. SERGIO ARAGONÉS and MARK EVANIER chew the fat about GROO THE WANDERER in a “Pro2Pro” interview, and Heavy Metal artist extraordinaire ARTHUR SUYDAM shares his insights and illustrations in an exclusive interview. Plus: “The Greatest Stories Never Told” investigates DC’s never-published KING ARTHUR series by GERRY CONWAY and NESTOR REDONDO, unveiling for the first time several of Redondo’s glorious pages from the series; a Gods and Warriors “Rough Stuff” art gallery by JACK KIRBY, MOEBIUS, GEORGE PÉREZ, JOSÉ LUIS GARCIA-LOPEZ, DON HECK, and others; the scoop on the secret artist who contributed to the 1976 clash of titans SUPERMAN VS. THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN; and a spotlight on BRIAN BOLLAND’s covers for 1980s British Annuals! With a striking painted CONAN cover by JOE JUSKO, recreating JOHN BUSCEMA’s frontispiece to Savage Sword of Conan #17!

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PLEASE NOTE: The quotes from Barry Windsor-Smith that appeared in Tom Stewart’s “Conan the Long-Running” article were from previously printed sources and were not commissioned specifically for this article. The caption to the image appearing on page 53 was erroneous: This portfolio piece, obtained from Heritage Comics, was Barry Windsor-Smith’s 1974 “The Ram and the Peacock” print, depicting a barbarian that is not Conan, and is © 2005 The Gorblimey Press. Additionally, page 49’s early Conan illo and Ragnarok 3 cover drawing are © 2005 Barry Windsor-Smith, as is the Young Miracleman pencil artwork on page 24 (in our “Rough Stuff” feature). BACK ISSUE apologizes to Mr. Windsor-Smith and to our readers for the errors.


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