From day one artwork has always been an important part of the journal. Robert E. Howard had a talent for painting sweeping word pictures with his typewriter, taking us to places and worlds undreamed. So it is only logical that illustrations greatly compliment his work. Below is a sampling of the outstanding artwork that appears in each issue of the print journal.


  ISSUE 16

Solomom Kane - Footfalls Within

Scene from “the Footfalls Within” by Bob Covington.

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Illustration for “Wild Water: essay by Nathan Furman.


ISSUE 15

Illustration from “The Lion of Tiberias” by Nathan Furman from his “Heroes of the Historicals” portfolio.

“Sailor Costigan and the Yellow Cobra” illustration by Clayton Hinkle for the REH story.


ISSUE 14

Illustration from From Bran Mak Morn to Beyond the Black River: The Evolution of the Picts” by Bob Covington

From “Hills of the Dead: A Solomon Kane Portfolio” by Michael L. Peters.


 ISSUE 13

From “Kings of the Night: A Bran Mak Morn Portfolio” by Michael L. Peters.

Illustration of Cormac Fitzgeoffrey by Bob Covington.


ISSUE 12

Illustration for “Fists of the Revolution” by Jim & Ruth Keegan.

Illustration from “Xthual of the Dusk” by Nathan Furman.


ISSUE 11

Illustration for “A Touch of Color” by Bill Cavalier.

Illustration for “Reflections on Hyborian Africa” by Joe Wehrle.


ISSUE 10

Illustration for “The Swift and the Doomed” by David Burton.

Illustration of Solomon Kane by Gene Day.


ISSUE 9

Illustration from “Pigeons From Hell” by Robert Sankner.

Illustration for “Of Red-Headed Stepchildren & Cojones” by Esteban Maroto.


ISSUE 8

Illustration from “Black Country” by Greg Ruth.

Illustration of Belit from “Heroes & Heroines Portfolio” by Stephen Fabian.


ISSUE 4

Illustration from “‘Golden Hope’ Christmas” by Clyde Caldwell.

Illustration for “Echoes from Bal-Sagoth” by Marcus Boas.


THE CHRONICLER OF CROSS PLAINS, ISSUE 2

Illustration from “The Man-Eaters of Zamboula: A Conan Portfolio” by Michael L. Peters.

Illustration for “Soulless and Deadly” by Rafael Kayanan.