This might not be so bad were Ariel Olivetti a good visual storyteller. Alas, Olivetti is a great artist but there is very little sense of flow and continuity between his painted panels. Indeed, there is one sequence in the climax of the book where the heroine is naked before the villain and then suddenly fully dressed the next time we see her but a few seconds later!
All in all, this isn't the worst adaptation of Robert E. Howard's work but it's also not a good one. It seems to have been rushed to completion in its final hours. I'll probably pick up the final issue for the sake of completeness but I can't say this series holds any attraction save for the most devout of Conan fans.