It was: nothing special but
it was okay as an anthology-like or filleresque sword and sorcery set up story to what proves to be an interesting gladiatorial combat between Wonder Woman and Conan (in next issue). It doesn't really tell us much of how Diana got there but the atmosphere dialogue was decent enough and those magical raven women hopefully could prove interesting.
Question for anyone who is a Conan-phile: Is any of the backstory tidbits of Conan as a boy old news, (long) established canon to the novels, or any of the comic book companies that's owned his rights over time? Or was that stuff about his father, his life as a kid, Yanna, etc., all newly introduced background color?
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