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Andrew J. Offutt

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Andrew J. Offutt
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Some of Andrew J. Offutt were adapted in Marvel Comics: "Conan the Sorcerer" was adapted in "The Sorcerer and the Soul" (Savage Sword of Conan #53), "The Stalker Amid the Sands" (#54), "Black Lotus and Yellow Death" (#55) (June to August, 1980), "Conan and the Sword of Skelos in "The Sword of Skelos" (#56), "The Eye of Erlik" (#57), "For the Throne of Zamboula" (#58) (September to November, 1980), and "Conan and the Mercenary" (1985) in "For the Soul of a Cimmerian" (#217) and "Conan Magus!" #218) (January and February, 1994).

"Black Cloaks of Ophir" (Savage Sword of Conan #68, September, 1981) was adapted from a plot by Andrew J. Offutt.

His character Isparana was also introduced in Marvel Comics' Conan's adventures.

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  1. Savage Sword of Conan #217; For the Soul of a Cimmerian
  2. Savage Sword of Conan #218; When Turns the Wheel of Swords



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