Writers: Robin Recht, Robert E. Howard | Artists: Robin Recht
Genre: Fantasy, Action/Adventure, Swords and Sorcery | Publication Date: December 2020 | Format: Full Color Comic Book
Page Count: 32 Pages | Rating: Mature | ON SALE DATE: 12/9/2020
Robert E. Howard's Conan is brought to life UNCENSORED! Discover the true Conan, unrestrained, violent, and sexual. Read the story as he intended!

The only survivor of a ferocious battle, Conan sits in the midst of a bloodstained snow field. When the fight is over, the Cimmerian suddenly finds himself overcome with deep weariness and disgust. Until the moment he meets a redheaded woman of supernatural beauty, blinding like the glow of the sun on the snow. Moved by a burning desire, Conan decides to follow her but finds himself caught in a trap, attacked by two titans. In his ardor, he was not suspicious...he did not imagine for a second that his bride was none other than Ymir's own daughter: the frost-giant!

A mythical tale both in both form and substance, The Frost-Giant's Daughter is masterfully adapted by Robin Recht, who manages to capture the essence of this whirlwind tale of violent desire...a true love trap in which the force of will of the Cimmerian is put to the test. As a bonus, also includes Robert E. Howard prose story from Weird Tales!

BLEEDING COOL: The Cimmerian Writer Sylvain Runberg Speaks on Ablaze's Conan Comics

It appears that Ablaze has won their continued battle to publish their Conan comics under the title The Cimmerian. As Bleeding Cool reported earlier, the controversial comic is back with a new series, The Cimmerian: People of the Black Circle, to be published August 26th from writer Sylvain Runberg and Jae Kwang Park. Runberg is no stranger to writing literary icons, as he was responsible for Titan Comics' Millennium: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, which gave the late Stieg Larsson's iconic Lisbeth Salander new life in comic book form. Bleeding Cool spoke exclusively to Runberg about the long-fought Ablaze release of The Cimmerian, the writer's influences, and what artist Jae Kwang Park, who Ablaze described as "pupil of the immensely popular Korean drawing virtuoso Kim Jung Gi," will bring to this new take on Conan.