Solomon Kane (1985 mini-series) #1-6 [SET] — The Sword of Solomon Kane

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From the French countryside to the Black Forest in Germany...

From England to Africa...

Follow Robert E. Howard's solemn, driven Puritan, Solomon Kane, as he cuts a path of vengeance across the globe!

Solomon Kane is a Puritan, and seeks retribution for slain innocents in the name of God against both mortal foes and supernatural enemies.

The mini-series consists of Ralph Macchio's adaptations of Howard's original stories, book-ended with separate tales set in Africa.

 

 

Collecting the six-issue mini-series. 

 

 

The Sword of Solomon Kane (1985 mini-series) #1 (of 6)
By Ralph Macchio & Bret Blevins.
“Red Shadows”
The double-sized premiere of Conan creator Robert E. Howard's first fiction hero! The dour Puritan leaves England for Africa on a trail of vengeance which holds the seeds of Kane's eternal damnation, in "Red Shadows"
The Sword of Solomon Kane (1985 mini-series) #2 (of 6)
By Ralph Macchio & Bret Blevins.
"And Faith, Undying"  
It's Puritan faith and sharpened British steel against the bloodthirsty incarnation of demonic legend when Solomon Kane meets an old Puritan friend whose wife is a witch... and whose son is a werewolf!
The Sword of Solomon Kane (1985 mini-series) #3 (of 6)
By Ralph Macchio & Bret Blevins.
“Blades of the Brotherhood"
What lust claws at the soul of Sir George Banway? Will the innocent Mary Garwin be his next victim? Solomon Kane has vowed she shall not— and the merciless Fishhawk and his bloodthirsty pirates have promised she will!
The Sword of Solomon Kane (1985 mini-series) #4 (of 6)
By Ralph Macchio & Bret Blevins / Al Williamson.  
"The Prophet!" 
Solomon Kane is captured by a Portugese pirate ship— and awakens to find himself a prisoner in an Arab camp. Treachery and upheaval in the world of Islam force Kane to exercise his Puritan "ethics."
The Sword of Solomon Kane (1985 mini-series) #5 (of 6)
By Ralph Macchio & Jon Bogdanove / Al Williamson. 
"Hills of the Dead"
The puritan fanatic returns to Africa in search of the reason the Dark Continent has such a hold on him. Kane reunites with his blood brother, the voodoo man N'longa, to fight unspeakable evil in "The Hills of the Dead"
The Sword of Solomon Kane (1985 mini-series) #6 (of 6)
By Ralph Macchio & John Ridgeway / Al Williamson. 
"Wings in the Night!"
In the stunning conclusion to the series, Kane finds himself responsible for the protection of an African village, the inhabitants of which believe him to be a god! Just what does the fanatical puritan have to protect his "flock" from?