Conan The Slayer #7 Cover

Conan The Slayer #7

Dark Horse: March 29, 2017   Writer: Cullen Bunn   Art: Sergio Davila   Cover: Admira Wijaya  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 76156800021400711   Diamond ID: NOV160097   GCIN: 963543

Superstar writer Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, Uncanny X-Men) and artist Sergio D?vila (Red Sonja, Swords of Sorrow) kick off a brand-new story adaptation in their highly praised Conan run: 'The Devil in Iron'! The barbarian visits the remote island of Xapur and discovers an ancient city in ruins. What deadly secrets does the place hold?

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