Conan the Barbarian: Helmet of Rexor by Marto of Toledo Spain - Official Licensed Reproduction 351

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The Helmet of Rexor by Marto of Toledo Spain is the Official Licensed replica of the Helmet used by the warlord Rexor in the Conan the Barbarian movie. The Helmet of Rexor was painstakingly recreated by the masters at Marto and is a full size, top quality movie replica Helmet.
Conan the Barbarian (also known as Conan the Cymmerian (Cimmerian), from the name of his homeland, Cimmeria) is a fictional character in books, comics and movies. Conan the Cymmerian is a hero, a well known and iconic figure in American fantasy, and the most famous barbarian in fiction. Conan the Cymmerian is often associated with the fantasy subgenre of sword-and-sorcery and heroic fantasy. Conan the Cymmerian was created by Texan writer Robert E. Howard in 1932 via a series of fantasy stories sold to Weird Tales magazine, the character has since appeared in licensed books, comics, films, television programs, video games, roleplaying games, and even a boardgame, all of which contribute to the hero's long-standing popularity.

Conan the Barbarian is also the name of a Gnome Press collection of stories published in 1954, a comic published by Marvel Comics beginning in 1970, and a film and its novelization in 1982.

Rexor and Thorgrim were Thulsa Doom's lieutenants , main warriors and bodyguards (the latter of which uses a huge hammer in battle... hence THORgrim). Both are killed by Conan in the final climactic battle. Rexor is blinded by Valeria (she did say she would stand beside her lover in battle, even after death. Now that's commitment!) and slashed up by Conan. Thorgrim gets a pointy stick to the chest after falling for an ingenious booby trap.

The Helmet of Rexor by Marto of Toledo Spain is the Official Licensed replica of the Helmet used by the warlord Rexor in the Conan the Barbarian movie. The Helmet of Rexor was painstakingly recreated by the masters at Marto and is a full size, top quality movie replica Helmet.