Conan’s army has infiltrated the Shemite fortress protected by Bêlit! Can their love for each other survive the battle—and can they?

* “The Woman on the Wall” concludes!

* Brian Wood (The Massive, Star Wars) and Andrea Mutti (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo).

“Wood is the first writer in a long time that has made the character feel fresh and exciting. As long as he is at the helm, this series is a must buy.” —

Writer: Brian Wood
Artist: Andrea Muttti
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Cover Artist: Massimo Carnevale

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  1. I think i’m dropping this after this issue. It’s a good comic, but i’m nowhere near as exited for it as i was when Cloonan & Harren were doing it. It just feels sluggish now. Will get the trades.

    • Part of me feels the exact same way…but the other part keeps saying “it’s only 10 more issues, just keep buying it.” SO I don’t know exactly where that leaves me…

    • I still have hope for this series. It kinda seems like this’ll be the emotional/plotting low point of the story, so hopefully it picks up from here. (I just realized in the last issue, but we haven’t really seen Conan & Bélit together/interacting in a significant way since, what? Issue 8 or 9?)

    • Yeah it has been a while. Not really since the first issue of “The Death.” That’s an interesting point. Not a great reunion last issue!

    • This story didn’t feel as fleshed out. I am still trying to figureout how Belit was able to become the leader of Pirate ship when she is 19. Did I do the math wrong?

      @adrianrigter yeah the art was not as cool at the other artists, but it was nicely done. Colors by Stewart don’t hurt.

  2. Still one of my favorite books on the stands…may help that I’ve been a Conan fan to begin with though. Great stuff!

  3. This issue was back to its epic greatness. Art was much better.

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