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Kull may refer to:

  • Kull, Punjab, a Union Council in the Punjab province of Pakistan
  • Kull of Atlantis, a fictional character created by Robert E. Howard
    • Kull the Conqueror, a 1997 fantasy action film based on Howard's character and starring Kevin Sorbo
  • King Kull (DC Comics), a Fawcett Comics and DC Comics character
  • Kull (Inheritance), a subspecies of Urgals from the Inheritance Cycle series of novels by Christopher Paolini
  • Kull (collection), a collection of short stories by Robert E. Howard
Kull (collection)

Kull is a collection of Fantasy short stories by Robert E. Howard. It was first published in 1967 by Lancer Books under the title King Kull. This edition included three stories completed by Lin Carter from unfinished fragments and drafts by Howard. Later editions, retitled as Kull, replaced the stories with the uncompleted fragments. Two of the stories, and the poem, "The King and the Oak", originally appeared in the magazine Weird Tales.

Usage examples of "kull".

Perfino il più ardito dei Kull vacillò davanti alla sua ferocia, e questo permise ai nani di sferrare per primi l'attacco.

A freighter flying the Norwegian flag was making its way down the Kill van Kull toward the Bayonne Bridge and Port Newark, pushed along by a squat blue tugboat.

And as Conan had developed from Kull, so Breck Elkins had developed from Sailor Steve Costigan.

Sus héroes -el rey Kull, Conan, Bran Mak Morn, Turlogh, Solomon Kane son míticos: se trata de hombres de pasiones ardientes y una voluntad indomable, que imponen fácilmente su personalidad en las historias que protagonizan.

Dicen que cayó de las estrellas en las islas del poniente en el extremo occidental muchos milenios antes de que el rey Kull reuniera los Siete Imperios bajo su estandarte.

Responsible for almost single-handedly popularizing the heroic fantasy genre, he soon became one of the most prolific contributors to the pulp magazines, creating such memorable characters as Bran Mak Morn, Solomon Kane, King Kull, Red Sonja and, his most famous, Conan the Cimmerian (the last two adapted by Hollywood in the 1980s).