"Riders Beyond Sunrise" featuring Kull
Councillor Tu begs King Kull to intercede in a court matter, but Kull cares little about the issue. A Princess, engaged to be wed, has eloped with a foreigner. Only when Kull hears the insults that the stranger made against him does he rally. Due to where the couple has fled, Kull must go alone on his chase. He finally catches them, only to discover the elaborate ruse of Thulsa Doom, who has lured Kull away from his court for a duel of decidedly uneven odds. With the unexpected aid of one loyal follower, Kelkor, Kull turns the tide, and ends Doom's supernatural life. Kelkor earns himself the rank of commander of the Red Slayers. (33 pages)
- Story adapted from Robert E. Howard and Lin Carter by Roy Thomas, and illustrated by Sal Buscema and Tony DeZuniga.
"Tiger of Atlantis"
A biography compilation of the life of Kull the Destroyer, including an index of published comics to-date. (4 pages) (**all art reprinted**)
- Article written by Jim Neal.
"A Kull Portfolio"
A collection of eight pin-ups of Kull by John and Marie Severin.
"The Legend of Solomon Kane"
Introduction to character, and preamble to following story, with illustration (1 page).
"The Footfalls Within" featuring Solomon Kane.
Solomon Kane is lured into adventure in the wilds of Africa (12 pages).
- Story adapted from Robert E. Howard by Don Glut, and illustrated by Will Meugniot and Steve Gan.
(*Warning this story contains female nudity**)
- Cover painting by Bob Larkin; frontispiece by Ernie Chan.