Conan is a barbarian warrior from Cimmeria, one of the pioneers of the depths of heroic fantasy, invented by Robert Erwin Howard in a cycle of short stories about the Hyborian Age, published in the magazine Weird Tales. From the works of Howard, he stepped into comics, movies and computer games, becoming one of the most popular fantasy heroes of the 20th century.
Conan, as Howard introduced him to readers, is far from perfect and strongly resembles real historical barbarians or even Vikings. At the same time, he is guided by his own code of honor. He also definitely has a peculiar charm and sense of humor.
This collection includes works published by Robert Howard in Weird Tales magazine (and not only) from 1932 to 1936. We also bring to the attention of readers the only classic fantasy novel written by him about Conan (no matter how strange it may seem) – The Hour of the Dragon.