Cormac Fitzgeoffrey is a fictional character created by Robert E. Howard. He is a half-Norman, half-Gael taking part in the Third Crusade. Howard wrote two short stories featuring the character and synopsis that was later completed by another author. Although Howard was most famous for his fantasy fiction, especially Conan the Barbarian, the Cormac stories have a purely historical setting, albeit one with a heroic theme.
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Howard wrote two complete Cormac Fitzgeoffrey stories and left one unfinished before his death. The character is also mentioned in the story The Sowers of the Thunder, set fifty years later and published in 1932.
Hawks of Outremer
The Blood of Belshazzar
First published in Oriental Stories (Fall 1931) after being accepted by that magazine in December 1930. This story was adapted as a Conan story,with Roy Thomas continuing to adapt Howard's original stories,into the Cimmerians adventures such as "The Blood of Belshazzar,under the title "The Blood of Bel-Hissar"
Savage Sword of Conan #12 began an adaptation of The Slave Princess, with Conan the Barbarian replacing Fitzgeoffrey as the main character, and the real-life locations swapped for those of the Hyborian Age. Savage Sword of Conan #222 began an adaptation of Hawks of Outremer, with Conan the Barbarian replacing Fitzgeoffrey as the main character, and the real-life locations swapped for those of the Hyborian Age.
- "Publication history for Hawks of Outremer". Howardworks. Retrieved 2008-02-06.
- "Fiction and Verse Timeline". REHupa. Retrieved 2008-02-06.
- "Publication history for The Blood of Belshazzar". Howardworks. Retrieved 2008-02-06.
- "Publication history for The Slave-Princess". Howardworks. Retrieved 2008-02-06.
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