|Solomon L. Kane|
|Subject of Great Britain of the 16th Century.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
|Normal human with excellent maritime and hand-to-hand combat skills.|
Dagger: Short double-bladed weapon used as a secondary defense.
Flint-lock Pistols: Pair of single shot pistols which must re reloaded after every firing.
Rapier: Slender sharp-pointed sword used primarily as a thrusting weapon.
Staff of Solomon: Mystical staff of ancient origin and great power.
Conan Saga (B&W Magazine)
Savage Sword of Conan (B&W Magazine)
Sword of Solomon Kane
Weird Tales (Aug. 1928)
Marvel Premiere #33 (Dec. 1976)
Note: Solomon Kane first appeared in a story simply titled "Solomon Kane" in the pages of the science fiction fantasy magazine Weird Tales. This first appearance was re-titled "Red Shadows" in later publications. The story was adapted by Marvel Comics in Marvel Premiere #32 & 33, but titled the "Mark of Kane."
Robert E. Howard wrote 13 stories and three poems about Solomon Kane, seven stories appeared in Weird Tales from 1928 to 1932; the remainder have been published in later collections.
|Robert Ervin Howard|
Born into a 16th Century puritan family in Devonshire, England, Solomon Kane had a sense of wanderlust which lead him to the sea and foreign lands. Described as a somber and gloomy man of pale face and cold eyes, all of it shadowed by a slouch hat - Kane set out into the world to fulfill his quest to destroy all evil.
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