Conan and the Sorcerer

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Conan and the Sorcerer
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Conan and the Sorcerer by Andrew J. Offutt, Ace Books, 1978
Author Andrew J. Offutt
Illustrator Esteban Maroto
Cover artist Sanjulián
Country United States
Language English
Series Conan the Barbarian
Genre Sword and sorcery
Publisher Ace Books
Publication date

Conan and the Sorcerer is a fantasy novel written by Andrew J. Offutt and illustrated by Esteban Maroto. Featuring Robert E. Howard's sword and sorcery hero Conan the Barbarian, it is the first in a trilogy continuing with Conan the Mercenary and concluding with The Sword of Skelos. It was first published in paperback by Ace Books in October 1978, and reprinted in May 1979, 1982, and March 1984.[1]

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The story was adapted by Roy Thomas and John Buscema in issues #53-55, cover-dated June–August 1980, of the Marvel Comics magazine series The Savage Sword of Conan. The Thomas/Buscema tale was later reprinted in the 2009 Dark Horse Comics trade paperback The Savage Sword of Conan Volume 5.


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Preceded by
Ace Maroto Conan series
(publication order)
Succeeded by
The Treasure of Tranicos
Preceded by
"The Tower of the Elephant"
Complete Conan Saga
(William Galen Gray chronology)
Succeeded by
Conan the Mercenary