Black Vulmea, Irish pirate on the Spanish Main, roams the Caribbean and the South Atlantic in search of treasure. Along the way he battles Indians, other pirates, and the hated English.
The Complete Conan – The complete set of the Conan the Barbarian stories written by Robert E. Howard between 1932 and 1936.
The Hour of the Dragon – A stirring story about a barbarian adventurer who made himself a king, and the strange talismanic jewel, known as the Heart of Ahriman which brings a long dead necromancer back to life.
Two stories of the adventures of Conan the Barbarian. In A Witch Shall Be Born, a witch takes over the kingdom ruled by her sister. In Jewels of Gwahlur, Conan searches for lost treasure in a lost city.
The People of the Black Circle – A stupendous story of Conan the barbarian soldier of fortune, and a tremendous adventure in the castle of the Black Seers.
In 1935, Fantasy Magazine was approaching its 3rd Anniversary and editor Julius Schwartz wanted to do something special. He conceived of the idea of a “composite story” (round-robin story) called “The Challenge from Beyond” to commemorate the event.
The Queen of the Black Coast: Four stories of Conan the Cimmerian in which he faces monsters, fearsome wizards, ancient curses and the love of a mighty pirate woman.
Strange was the bondage into which he sold himself, a terror-stricken slave in an abyss of evil. And stranger still was the bargain he made with the Unseen World to escape the shadow of the Thing named . . . Skull-Face.
Black Colossus – Three Conan Stories by Robert E. Howard
Three novelettes in the Conan saga by Robert E. Howard: Black Colossus, The Slithering Shadow, and The Pool of the Black One.