- I know. Even in these wilder regions of Valusia, I still am King. But I wonder...Has that made me a happy man?
- -- King Kull
Appearing in "The Skull of Silence!"Edit
- Silence (mystical entity)
- Red Slayers (First appearance)
- Ka-Nu (First appearance)
- King Borna (First appearance) (Only in flashback) (Corpse)
- Kuthulos (First appearance) (slave)
- Raama (Only in flashback) (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The Skull of Silence!"EditKull is warned not to open the doors to the castle, as doing so will unleash an ancient evil. Kull ignores the warnings, breaks the lock, and opens the door. He is almost overwhelmed by, and barely defeats, the mystic entity known as Silence. After trapping the entity back in the castle, and re-locking the doors, he declares that no one should ever open those doors.
Appearing in "Trull! The Inhuman!"Edit
- Trull the Inhuman (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Trull! The Inhuman!"Edit
The mental essence of an alien bent on global conquest takes over a steam shovel and is defeated by an elephant. The story differs from others like it because the hero does not gladly win the affection of the previously shrew-acting female, but instead gives her the cold shoulder. Someone must have told Stan "It's about time."
- Sequence 1 The Skull of Silence! adapted from Robert E. Howard's short story; Wrightson is credited as Berni Wrightson.
- (February) (Mislabeled as CHAMBER OF DARKNESS #4:) From the pen of Robert E. Howard, creator of Conan, comes this tale of the barbarous King Kull — and the Skull of Silence! Plus the greatest monster epic of all!
- (March) (Mislabeled as TOWER OF SHADOWS #10:) If you dig Conan the Barbarian — you're gonna love King Kull! Robert E. Howard's first and fiercest swashbuckler! Plus a mad monster Shockeroo!
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