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"A Sword Called Stormbringer!" and "The Green Empress of Melniboné" are the two parts of a Conan story written by Roy Thomas from an outline by Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn and first published in issues #14 and #15 of Conan the Barbarian (1972). The stories feature Moorcock's "anti-Conan" Elric of Melniboné.
- We don't have a synopsis for A Sword Called Stormbringer!. You can help Conan Wiki by providing one.Conan meets Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melnibone, they battle evil sorcerers resurrecting an eldrich proto-goddesses of green evil. Great. Moorcock also plotted the tale. Zephra and Zulkala re-enter the story here, now both of them on the side of our Cimmerian. Sure. Conan rides to aid Zulkala, he encounters Elric, they battle to a standstill and then become reluctant allies (especially when Conan sees Elric's swords drinking the souls of the fallen). They fight demon hordes together until they reach the golden palace that is their destination and fight off the evil resurrected goddess.
- Elric of Melniboné
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Publishing history Edit
- "A Sword Called Stormbringer!" • Roy Thomas, Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn • Barry Windsor-Smith (pencils), Sal Buscema (inks), John Costanza (lettering) • Conan the Barbarian #14 March 1972
- "The Green Empress of Melniboné" • Roy Thomas, Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn • Barry Windsor-Smith (pencils), Sal Buscema and Barry Windsor-Smith (inks), Sam Rosen (lettering) • Conan the Barbarian #15 May 1972
- The Chronicles of Conan: Volume 3: The Monster of the Monoliths and Other Stories (graphic collection) • Roy Thomas, Barry Windsor-Smith and Gil Kane • Dark Horse 2003