This 300 issue masterpiece was nearly 30 years in the telling. Starting as a Conan parody, it quickly evolved into a remarkable story that plumbed the depth of religious, social and gender issues, both in its main storyline and in its letters column which grew increasingly controversial as the years went on. While there may be disagreement, given the extreme views of its author, about its ultimate literary merit, there is no doubt that it is a work of supreme significance in the graphic novel field.
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