January 7th, 2017
News break: there have been more uncovered anti-Shemite graffiti concerning the occupation of Khauran. Led by Miskantonic University’s Dead Worlds and Languages department, these are representative examples of the finds:
Ph.D. candidate Hans Worthington, IV is reported to be central to the discovery. More details are being released in Worthington’s article “Go to Shem: New Findings in Hyborean Resistance Movements,” scheduled to be published in the Spring issue of Tombs of Dust: A Quarterly Journal of Antediluvian Archeology.
January 6th, 2017
Shemites–not to be confused with she-mites–are not to be trusted. Need start a feud that potentially topples a kingdom? Contact your local Shemitish, to use the official pronunciation, mercenaries and away you go. You will be hooking up with the Queen’s 15 comeliness sister soon enough.
Apparently, some citizens of Khauran thought something similar.
January 5th, 2017
Anyone who has read Conan knows that pretty much every Conan adventure could be titled Conan the Lusty.
Here is an excellent example of early Cimmerian joie de vivre:
Generals: always harshing the buzz.
I don’t mean to tell an esteemed guardsman of Pah-Dishah how to do his job, but when a person is about to go out on a secret mission, it is not usually acceptable protocol to let everyone know they are on a secret mission.
Notice that in one panel, Sonja reclaims her armor, but in the last one, she is clearly–although blurrily–riding away in what looks like a bikini.
December 25th, 2016
No one will ever underestimate Conan’s love for drink.
One of the earliest mentions of Yog-Sothoth [he is the gate] in recorded pictographs.
It is true: Perverse Osmosis has no quarrel with ska.
December 21st, 2016
Conan can ride a horse, an elephant, a camel, a yak, and probably a sheep, but for a while, he had no idea about anything more exotic than a dog.
I mean, he is technically correct: it does only have one horn. Also, it is great to see Juma.
This is mean looking slug.
I think Conan may have taken the brown acid.