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Clark Ashton Smith

Real Name
Clark Ashton Smith
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Place of Birth
Long Valley , California , United States of America

Date of Birth
Date of Death

January 13, 1893
August 14, 1961

Professional History

Clark Ashton was a fantasy, horror, and science-fiction author. Along with his correspondents H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard (among others), he developed the basis of what would become known as the Cthulhu Mythos. Clark Ashton Smith is particularly known for the Hyperborean cycle, the Zothique cycle, and Averoigne.

Legacy in Marvel Comics

The contribution of Clark Ashton Smith to Marvel Comics is virtually exclusive to Conan titles.

A few stories were adapted into Conan stories, all by Roy Thomas:

Additionally, a few references to creations of Clark Ashton Smith were glimpsed into some books:

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