Conan in the Pulp Magazines

Conan first appeared in the December, 1932 issue of Weird Tales, a pulp magazine of it's time. The paper quality was of a low-grade "pulp," hence the name. Conan's author, Robert E. Howard, re-wrote a previous story of his, "By This Axe I rule!" and turned it into a the first Conan story, "The Phoenix On The Sword." He also submitted another story, "The Frost-Giants Daughter," but that was rejected. Ironically, that story eventually would become one of The most famous Conan Tales.

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