Robert E. Howard’s creation, Conan the Barbarian, burst forth onto the pages of pulp magazines in the early 1930s – a fierce, muscular warrior with a heart full of fire and a sword ready for adventure. Over the course of his short but prolific career, Howard chronicled Conan’s adventures with a raw, untamed prose that seethed with violence and power. Though Howard’s own life was tragically cut short, his legacy endures through his timeless creation: the legendary myth of Conan the Barbarian.