Monday, August 17, 2009

Wulf the Barbarian #1-4


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Wulf the Barbarian # 1: Wulf the Barbarian
February 1975
Cover - Larry Hama/Klaus Janson
Writer - Larry Hama
Art - Larry Hama/Klaus Janson
Letterer - Cathi Ann Thomas
Editor - Jeff Rovin


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Wulf the Barbarian # 2: The Beast of Famine
April 1975
Cover - Larry Hama/Klaus Janson w/Larry Lieber
Writer - Larry Hama
Art - Larry Hama/Klaus Janson


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Wulf the Barbarian # 3: The Colossus of the Iron Citadel
July 1975
Cover - Jim Craig
Writer - Steve Skeates
Art - Leo Summers


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Wulf the Barbarian #4: Death-Night in the Darkling Forest
September 1975
Cover - Jim Craig
Writer - Mike Friedrich
Art - Jim Craig and the Atlas Bullpen




"...On a nameless world in a forgotten time..." there lived a man called Wulf. Orphaned 10 years ago when his parents, the king and queen, were slain in an ambush staged by trolls in the service of an evil sorcerer, Wulf has spent the last decade training for the day he would return to claim his birthright.

After his trainer/mentor is killed by the same troll who killed his mother 10 years earlier, Wulf avenges his mother's death, reclaims his father's sword from the slain troll, and begins his long awaited trip home. As Wulf rides homeward with the intent to raise an army to raid the evil sorcerer's lair and free his hereditary kingdom, he encounters many magic-induced obstacles conjured by his foe.

3 comments:

labsenpai said...

The starting issues by Larry Hama are fantastic (with actual sword training for once!), too bad he left the series to others. I found his wiki bio; he seems to have worked among the best.

bobby said...

i bought this and the other atlas titles when they came out,i spent a summer redrawing wulf 1 on very very large sheets of paper.

Anonymous said...

I only have issue 1 purchased it in the early 80's.

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