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HASH(0xa05226fc) étoiles sur 5 Finally a Conan worthy of REH 17 mai 2014
Par baikberuang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The art and story line of this adaptation are superb, especially compared to some of the other recent Conan issues. We see Conan as an old, but still vital man reflecting back on his darkest hour, spinning a tale for a court scribe. The detail, coloring, and formatting are top notch and the story holds up as one of Howard's original classics.

There will, hopefully, be a sequel or two as the story ends only partway through REH's novella, but I'm more impressed by this edition than anything I've seen since Barry Windsor Smith left long ago and that is high praise indeed.
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HASH(0xa0522b28) étoiles sur 5 Only the first half of the story, but thrilling nonetheless 11 mai 2014
Par Babytoxie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Under the title KING CONAN, Tim Truman and Tomás Giorello have been adapting stories of the barbarian adventurer after he had taken the throne of Aquilonia. It's been a great read from volume 1, and KING CONAN VOLUME 3: THE HOUR OF THE DRAGON is no exception. You've read this type of Conan story many times before, even if you haven't read *this* particular one: Conan is captured by his enemies and faces certain death; however, a beautiful girl frees him, enabling Conan to crush said enemies. It's a standard outline for numerous Conan stories, both in comics and in prose. The difference here is that The Hour of The Dragon was written by Conan's creator, Robert E. Howard. What's more, it's the only novel-length original Conan, later published under the title Conan the Conqueror. In the story, Conan's kingdom of Aquilonia is threatened by conspirators who are backed by the sorcery of the resurrected Xaltotun, high priest of Set. With his army defeated, Conan is locked away in a Nemedian prison while his predecessor's heir claims the throne. Aided by the loyal harem girl Zenobia, Conan escapes and returns to Aquilonia with the intent of reclaiming his throne, no matter how many people he has to kill to do it.

Truman has been writing and adapting Conan stories for quite some time now, and with THE HOUR OF THE DRAGON, he pulls out all the stops, giving the reader a thoroughly entertaining adaptation of Howard's novel - or the first half of it, at least. Normally, I'd complain that a writer was taking 12 issues to adapt this story, but Truman's attention to detail, while maintaining a steady pace, was amazing. I've read the original novel numerous times, as well as adaptations in comic format, but that didn't matter. Truman kept my attention from the first page, and when I reached the end of the sixth chapter, I was dying to read more, even though I know exactly what happens next.

Giorello... honestly, what needs to be said? This guy was born to illustrate Conan. Especially effective is the framing sequence of the story, featuring a Conan well into his sixties: gray-haired, bearded, wrinkled, and covered with scars. Even Conan's depiction in the main story looks older than usual. The supporting characters are easily differentiated, settings are carefully rendered, and details abound - this is no rush job. Also, Giorello doesn't hold back during the more violent scenes of the story, with plenty of crushed skulls, dismemberment, and splattered blood to offend the squeamish. Of course, colorist José Villarrubia gives every scene just the right touch.

While Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord were a dream team on Conan, Truman and Giorello have more than proven themselves with the character, and I would be happy with these guys on Conan ad infinitum, especially if we could get more stories of him as king. In fact, this book got me wanting some adaptations of the non-REH novels Conan the Avenger, Conan of Aquilonia, and Conan of the Isles. While L. Sprague deCamp, Lin Carter, and Bjorn Nyberg have their share of detractors, I enjoy their contributions to the saga of King Conan and would love to see more adventures of the character at this period of his life.
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HASH(0xa0522b7c) étoiles sur 5 King Conan: The Conqueror is the sequel to "The Hour of the Dragon. 22 septembre 2015
Par Leo Hott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
First and foremost I want to inform everyone interested in this graphic Novel "King Conan: The Hour of the Dragon" that it's sequel is "King Conan: The Conqueror". With these two Graphic novels you get the complete story. When I first was interested in purchasing this its sequel wasn't even mentioned as Graphic Novels that other's have been interested in. I see now that it is rightly listed as such. I was collecting the graphic Novels by Dark Horse that Conan series that start's with volume #0. These have a repeated opening seen where a curious young prince see's a statue of the image of Conan & questions his wazir about this man, who must have been a mighty King. The Wazir is reluctant & seems a bit bothered by the princes request but goes on to relay the story's. I had collected #0 through #12 and Conan had yet to be crowned King so I new that "The Hour of the Dragon" was indeed a King Conan tale so I purchased it. Remembering how Lancer & Ace published this story under the name of "Conan the Conqueror" I figured that was probably the sequel & scored with that purchase. In the Dark Horse King Conan graphic Novel's they start the story's off with the aged King Conan remembering past adventure's which worked well for me. They do a great job translating Robert E. Howard's Novella into Graphic Novel form staying true to the spirit of the original. Where I could notice a slight loss in the quality of artwork in the later issues of the "Conan" series, starting to look more like comic book art & less like graphic novel art. The artwork "King Conan: the hour of the Dragon" is top quality!!! The world R.E.H. created for Conan to have his adventures in was as detailed as Tolkien's middle earth actually Howard's world was more descriptive & more detailed geographically than Tolkien's. Tolkien may have gone into more depth as far as history & language Howard wrote adventure and filled his world with steaming jungles, arid deserts & violent sea's filled with terrible beast's & beautiful city's as well as dirty slums! This is something the movie's always seemed to fail to capture the wide variety of landscape Conan traveled. Howard's ability to paint such vivid mental imagery into the readers mind made his work custom designed for the format of the graphic novel. My impatients & limited budget prompted me to check out the "King Conan" graphic Novel's & I have zero regrets!!
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HASH(0xa0522c48) étoiles sur 5 Hail Howard, Tim Truman and Dark Horse for such a show 4 juillet 2014
Par The cimmerian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This King Conan saga is a consensus when it comes to quality, something that is not common in comic series that have been around for some years.
What impresses me the most is not just how the writing of Tim Truman manages to convey Howard`s vision into comic format in a very convincing way. What is jaw dropping is not just Giorello`s art, which translates words into images that resembles the greatness of John Buscema. What is a delight for the eye are not just the myriad of colors Vilarrubia uses to illustrate the wonderful pages of Hour of the Dragon.
The big plus of this series is that these guys are not satisfied with giving us such a blast of a story. They really give the impression that they want to surpass every project they have conceived, leaving the idea that being great is not enough.
Hour of the Dragon has been the best release Dark Horse has put out in the last decade when it comes to Conan and I`m really pleased to be able to follow the team that in years to come will be seen as a standard by which all Conan will be measured.
Keep Hyborea coming!
HASH(0x9a67712c) étoiles sur 5 Killer adaptation of Robert E. Howard's only novel length Conan story! 22 août 2014
Par Neil A. Baesel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Great, great stuff! Very nice pacing, and while faithful to Howard's vision it also skillfully handles the necessary compromises involved in translating a work of prose into a visual medium like comics/graphic novels. An exciting story of swordsmanship, sorcery, love, and loyalty. Well adapted writing of one of the classic pulp authors of the 20th century, and the *stunning* art/line work by Argentinian artist Tomas Giorello is enthralling. Even the coloring work by Jose Villarrubia bears praise, it's like a well produced high-budget film but in two dimensions. If you have any interest at all in fantasy fiction, comics, art, or just need something fun to read I recommend this highly. I got the Kindle version from Amazon for my IPad , and with the high-res backlit screen and ease of reading by touch, it was great.
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