Conan (1970) #10
King size issue! In our first story, Conan and a small group of thieves run rampant in a Corinthian city-state, relieving the wealthy urban dwellers of their jewels and fencing them through a corpulent and corrupt priest. But when the Red Priest sends out the city guard to wreak vengeance upon the young barbarian and his friends, they swiftly learn why the locals warn "Beware the Wrath of Anu!" (written by Roy Thomas, with art by Barry Smith and Sal Buscema).
Then, in a classic from the 1950s, the Black Knight takes on a corrupt sheriff with the unlikely aid of "Men of the Shadows," proving that even among thieves there can be honor sometimes. Can the power of his ebon sword quell the malevolence that dwells at the edges of King Arthur's kingdom? Finally, Kull the Conqueror battles a forest come alive in a parable told of "The King and the Oak" (written by Thomas with art by Marie and John Severin).