Conan

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Conan is a Celtic given name and may refer to:

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Mythical and legendary people[edit]

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Books and Comics[edit]

  • CONAN, The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation, popularly known as the Constitution Annotated.
  • Conan (books), information about the Conan stories and books by Robert E. Howard and others
  • Conan (comics), information about the many different Conan comics
    • Conan (Marvel Comics), information about the comics published by Marvel from 1970
      • Conan the Barbarian (1970–93): Marvel's longest-running Conan comic, launched with writer Roy Thomas and artist Barry Windsor-Smith; Smith was succeeded by penciller John Buscema
      • Savage Sword of Conan (1974–95), a more adult-oriented black and white comics magazine primarily written by Thomas and illustrated by Buscema and Alfredo Alcala.
    • Conan (Dark Horse Comics), information about the numerous comics published by Dark Horse from 2003, including four 'main' series':
      • Conan (2004–08), a 51-issue comics series launched by writer Kurt Busiek and artist Cary Nord.
      • Conan the Cimmerian, a 26-issue series written by Tim Truman and illustrated by Tomás Giorello
      • Conan: Road of Kings (2010–12), a 12-issue series by Roy Thomas (writer) and Mike Hawthorne (artist)
      • Conan the Barbarian (2012–14), a 25-issue series by Brian Wood (writer) and various artists.
      • Conan the Avenger (2014–present), the current ongoing series by Fred Van Lente (writer) and various artists.

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