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Bill Sienkiewicz

SIENKIEWICZ, BILL - What If? #43 painted cover. Conan's gunning for trouble in the 20th Century, with logo on overlay

Media Type: Paint - Acrylic
Art Type: Cover
Artists: Bill Sienkiewicz Painter

What If (1977 1st Series) #43
Published Feb 1984 by Marvel

"What If Conan Were Stranded in the 20th century?"
Script by Peter Gillis
Art by Bob Hall
Guest starring Captain America

Instead of staying at the top of Guggenhein Museum when the lightening hit it, as happened in What If? # 13, Conan was arrested by security guards and took to a prison. He obviously escape and then hides himself in the alleys of NY. He learns English and starts to steal from other people. He easily becomes known in the underworld and then start his own group of thieves, called the Barbarians. After several crimes, they met Captain America. Conan and Cap have an epic fight and Conan wins. At the end Captain realizes that Conan has a certain honor in his actions and let him escape from the cops. Cap also gives him the Avengers number just in case Conan wants to be a true hero.

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