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Conan the Barbarian relaunch reveals April 2024 plans (and some amazing covers)

Popverse has the exclusive reveal of all the covers for April's Conan the Barbarian #10

Conan the Barbarian #10
Image credit: Roberto De La Torre/Titan Comics

Jim Zub and Roberto De La Torre’s acclaimed Conan the Barbarian series goes from strength to strength, continuing into new territories in more ways than one this spring — and Popverse has the exclusive reveal of all four covers to April’s Conan the Barbarian #10.

Since the series’ launch last summer, the iconic fantasy hero’s travels outside of Cimmerian have taken him far and wide and won new fans with Zub’s propulsive storytelling and De La Torre’s stunning, John Buscema-inspired visuals. De La Torre is one of the artists providing a cover for April’s issue, alongside Alan Quah, E.M. Gist, and David Aja, whose take on the iconic hero is a minimalist masterpiece. Take a look at all four covers below.

The official description for the issue from publishers Titan Comics and Heroic Signatures goes like this: “Beyond Flesh. Beyond Death. Beyond Time. Conan has traveled far and seen much in his legendary journeys, but nothing he has experienced thus far can prepare him for a quest to lands beyond to answer dark riddles of the past. Unexpected allies await, fierce enemies loom, and the strange power of the Black Stone stirs in THE AGE UNCONQUERED! The triumphant new era of Conan continues in this a brand - new tale of brutal heroic adventure from acclaimed creators Jim Zub (Avengers, Dungeons & Dragons) and Rob de la Torre (Invincible Iron Man, King-Size Conan)!”

Conan the Barbarian #10 will be released April 24. For fantasy fans who haven’t already checked out the current Conan series, the first collection — Conan the Barbarian: Bound in Black Stone Vol. 1 — will be released February 13.

Heroic and Titan have been partners on the Conan series since mid-2022, when the character’s comic rights left Marvel.

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