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Volume 1: Shadow Kingdoms (Paperback)

by Robert E. Howard

The Weird Works of Robert E. Howard Volume 1

Robert E. Howards professional career spans a dozen years, from his first story sale, "Spear and Fang" in 1924, to his western masterpiece, "The Vultures of Wahpeton" shortly before his death in 1936. He wrote for a wide spectrum of magazines from Argosy to Jack Dempsey's Fight Magazine, but the one constant in his varied and interesting career is Weird Tales magazine.

Collected here is the earliest of Howard's poetry and prose written for Weird Tales, in the order of publication. For fans and scholars, it's a treat to be able to watch Howard's development of themes, ideas and style as he produced some of the most memorable characters -- Solomon Kane, King Kull, Bran Mac Morn, and ultimately his greatest character of all -- Conan the Cimmerian!

SHADOW KINGDOMS is the first volume of the Weird Works of Robert E. Howard, presenting all of Howard's work for the pulp magazine Weird Tales meticulously restored to its original magazine texts. Edited by Paul Herman. Introduction by Mark Finn. Cover by Stephen Fabian.

This volume contains:
  • Two-Gun Musketeer: Robert E. Howard’s Weird Tales, by Mark Finn
  • Spear and Fang
  • In the Forest of Villefère
  • Wolfshead
  • The Lost Race
  • The Song of the Bats
  • The Ride of Falume
  • The Riders of Babylon
  • The Dream Snake
  • The Hyena
  • Remembrance
  • Sea Curse
  • The Gates of Nineveh
  • Red Shadows
  • The Harp of Alfred
  • Easter Island
  • Skulls in the Stars
  • Crete
  • Moon Mockery
  • Rattle of Bones
  • Forbidden Magic
  • The Shadow Kingdom
  • The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune
  • The Moor Ghost
  • Red Thunder

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Format: Paperback
206 Pages
First Published: 2004

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