Wow. Apparently Marvel is getting the rights back to publish Conan the Barbarian comics again: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/conan-barbarian-comics-moving-back-marvel-1074351 "After 15 years with Dark Horse Comics, the comic book adventures of Robert E. Howard’s famous Cimmerian hero will return to Marvel Entertainment, with the company announcing that it has regained the comic license to Conan the Barbarian. In a brief release, Marvel announced that it would publish Conan “comic book titles, collections [and] reprints” beginning January 2019, with artwork that featured the character alongside Thor and Wolverine. “We’re thrilled to be working with Marvel and look forward to the new adventures in store for Conan,” president of Conan Properties International Fredrik Malmberg said in a statement accompanying the news. “As the most well-known and creative publisher in the industry, we think Marvel is a great fit for our stories.” Dark Horse did such a great job, I'm not sure where Marvel can go with this, either in reprinting the classics or in publishing new material...but then again, Marvel's done an excellent job since getting the rights back to Star Wars. But poor Dark Horse...rumor has it with Disney buying all FOX properties, Dark Horse is going to eventually lose the rights to "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Aliens/Predator" eventually as well.