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Grognak the Barbarian was a series of comic books published by Hubris Comics in the mid-21st century.
The comic books relate the adventures of a titular character in a prehistoric world. There were at least fourteen issues of the comic book. Many of these books were badly damaged or destroyed by the Great War of 2077. An intact copy, with no missing pages, is considered very rare. The price for a copy was $23.
"The Ants of Agony"Edit
Titled "The Ants of Agony", this issue of was about the Antagonizer trying to get revenge on Grognak, and was written by Mr. Neptura.
Issue 14: "In the Lair of the Virgin Eater"Edit
The 14th issue is titled "In the Lair of the Virgin Eater" and was released in November of an unspecified year.
An image of this issue is copied onto a slide for the Vault Dweller's Survival Guide. The slide's identifying number is VDSG Plate #188-63.
"Revenge of the Man-Saurian"Edit
Titled "Revenge of the Man-Saurian", not much is known about this issue other than it involves the Man-Saurian and it was released sometime in June, 2077.
"Grognak's Salute to the Troops"Edit
Not much is known about this issue other than it was most likely war propaganda and that it was released sometime in July, 2077.
"An Axe For All Ages"Edit
Titled "An Axe for All Ages", not much is known about this issue other than it was released sometime in August, 2077.
Behind the scenesEdit
- "Grognak the Barbarian" is a reference to Conan the Barbarian.
- The cover of "In the Lair of the Virgin Eater" resembles the cover of the Conan issue: "Lair of the Ice Worm".
- The stance Grognak takes on the cover of the comic book is nearly identical to the Barbarian class image from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The axe in his hand is also identical in appearance to the Iron Battle Axe from the same game.
- Grognak the Barbarian also resembles the mid 1970's comic book and TV series KORG: 70,000 B.C.