GOOD THING: Truman has been building to this adaptation of Howard's own Iron Shadows In The Moon for a while now. As before, he does not disappoint, keeping Howard's text intact while adding precious few flourishes to better fit the story into the graphic novel artform.
BAD THING: The coloring is very odd at times, with only the heavy inks saving the details from being totally blended into the background.
The Final Verdict: A classic Robert E. Howard story, masterfully adapted for comics. This is a good point to jump on if, for some reason other than not liking sword-and-sorcery, you aren't reading this book.