Muscle Boy

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They got their kicks from forbidden feats of strength!

The Sign of the Moonbow

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“Mightier than Conan?” No. No one is mightier than Conan.

Death-Kraal of the Elephants

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Ki-Gor, Jungle Lord, invades the valley of the ivory giants!

Crazy Wild To Kill Me

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Also includes, “I Didn’t Want to Kill Him”, and ‘They Ate Him Alive’, which when juxtaposed create a tale of true horror. 

Original covers for Robert E. Howard’s Conan stories, published between 1933 and 1936

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All nine were painted by Margaret Brundage, who was the most popular of Weird Tales’ cover artists. She was known for her images depicting bondage and flagellation of women. Authors would insert unnecessary scenes depicting nude women being tortured or whipped to ensure their story got the cover of an issue.

Monkey Madness

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Also, ‘What To Tell Your Wife About Sex’. Presumably, “Yes, please!”

I Fought The Blood Suckers of Ceylon

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