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Conan the Barbarian Joins Marvel's 2099 Future

Conan the Barbarian has endured many strange sights and adventures since re-entering the Marvel Universe at the beginning of the year, and the warrior king will visit its future this November.

Marvel Comics has released its advance solicitation information for titles on sale November 2019, including a whole wave of specials set in the alternate future of Marvel 2099. Among the iconic heroes active 80 years in the future is Conan, recently cursed to live beyond his natural lifespan in the pages of Savage Avengers. Penned by Savage Avengers writer Gerry Duggan and illustrated by Roge Antonio, the issue will see the last Cimmerian battling in a very different setting. The solicit info and cover by Geoff Shaw are below:

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CONAN 2099 #1

  • GERRY DUGGAN (W) • ROGÊ ANTÔNIO (A)
  • Cover by GEOFF SHAW
  • VARIANT COVER BY WILL SLINEY
  • VARIANT COVER BY RON LIM
  • EONS FROM HOME, THE BARBARIAN BATTLES THE CIVILIZATION OF 2099!
  • In the far flung future of 2099, will barbarism finally triumph over an endangered civilization? When CONAN THE BARBARIAN entered the Marvel Universe with the SAVAGE AVENGERS, he stayed to conquer and claim his kingship in modern times. Now cursed by a mystic to live beyond his years, when Conan’s new kingdom is threatened, he swings his blade once more! But as the calamity in 2099 bears down on his secluded realm, will the future shock unseat the barbarian king? An unforgettable chapter unlike anything you’ve ever seen in the saga of Conan!
  • 40 PGS./ONE-SHOT/Parental Advisory …$4.99

With humanity facing its possible extinction in the futuristic vision of the Marvel Universe, perhaps salvation lies with Conan's blade.

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Conan 2099 #1 is written by Gerry Duggan and illustrated by Roge Antonio. It is scheduled to go on sale this November from Marvel Comics.

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