Conan and Texas. First off, it would seem that these two things have nothing in common. This is far from the truth.

Conan the Texan is a narrative, a journey of both words and images, one of two French travelers who found themselves lost between two worlds, lost between Cimmeria and Texas. While crossing the great Lone Star State in search of the inspiration for The Hyborian Age of Conan, these two companions discovered the stunning abundance and secret intimacy that makes this state unique and links it to Robert E. Howard's most famous protagonist.

From the Palo Duro Canyon passing by the hills of Fredericksburg to the banks of the Rio Grande, this book follows this insane odyssey across over 4,350 miles of surprises, pitfalls and unparalleled discovery.


American edition, printed in the USA.

Texts (in English) by Simon Sanahujas

Photos by Gwenn Dubourthoumieu

Cover and interior design by Sébastien Hayez.

80 pages colour, hardcover volume with dust-jacket, print-run limited to 300 copies, reserved for mail-order selling only. Expedition directly from the USA.