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There was a 1997 movie ''Film/KullTheConqueror'' with Kevin Sorbo in the title role.

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There was a 1997 movie ''Film/KullTheConqueror'' with Kevin Sorbo Creator/KevinSorbo in the title role.


Not to be confused with the [[KingMook big Urgals]] from Christopher Paolini's ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'' (though Kull probably inspired their name) or with the movie ''Film/{{Krull}}'' although there was a 1997 movie ''Film/KullTheConqueror'' with Kevin Sorbo in the title role.

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Not to be confused with the [[KingMook big Urgals]] from Christopher Paolini's ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'' (though Kull probably inspired their name) or with the movie ''Film/{{Krull}}'' although there ''Film/{{Krull}}'', which is completely unrelated to Kull.

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* BerserkButton: Kull will look for any excuse to go kick someone's ass. He's easily bored.

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* BerserkButton: Kull will look for any excuse to go kick someone's ass. He's easily bored. However the opening ''Riders Beyond the Sunrise'' takes the cake: Tu explains to Kull that Lala-ah eloping with Felgar violates Valusian tradition and costume... and Kull doesn't care, Tu tells him that her marrying a foreigner without his permission is an insult to the crown... and Kull doesn't care, but then the rider who led the search for them relays a message from Felgar insulting Kull personally... '''[[RuleOfThree and Kull completely loses his shit!]]'''


* BiblePunk: The deserts and cities resemble those of the Bronze Age Middle East.


* SparedByAdaptation: The Marvel comics adaptation of ByThisAxeIRule spared Ridondo to give Kull a travelling companion while he sought a way to regain his throne. As you might have guessed, it was a loose adaptation.

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* SparedByAdaptation: The Marvel comics adaptation of ByThisAxeIRule "By This Axe I Rule" spared Ridondo to give Kull a travelling companion while he sought a way to regain his throne. As you might have guessed, it was a loose adaptation.


* BigBad: Thulsa Doom is a self proclaimed one (though he only appears in one of Howard's stories)
* BerserkButton: Kull will look for any excuse to go kick someone's ass. He easily bored

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* BigBad: Thulsa Doom is a self proclaimed self-proclaimed one (though he only appears in one of Howard's stories)
* BerserkButton: Kull will look for any excuse to go kick someone's ass. He He's easily boredbored.



* HeterosexualLifePartners: Kull and Brule the Lance-slayer, justified by the fact Brule acts as his bodyguad and also is one his few true friends and collaborators.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Kull and Brule the Lance-slayer, justified by the fact Brule acts as his bodyguad bodyguard and also is one his few true friends and collaborators.


* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: The Serpent People, through which Howard distantly connects with the CthulhuMythos of his friend Creator/HPLovecraft.

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* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: The Serpent People, through which Howard distantly connects with the CthulhuMythos Franchise/CthulhuMythos of his friend Creator/HPLovecraft.


The Kull stories are a peripheral part of the CthulhuMythos. Perhaps most notably, Cthulhu fans will recognize the Serpent People who appear in ''The Shadow Kingdom''.

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The Kull stories are a peripheral part of the CthulhuMythos.Franchise/CthulhuMythos. Perhaps most notably, Cthulhu fans will recognize the Serpent People who appear in ''The Shadow Kingdom''.


See also: Creator/RobertEHoward, ''ConanTheBarbarian'', ''Literature/BranMakMorn''.

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See also: Creator/RobertEHoward, ''ConanTheBarbarian'', ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian'', ''Literature/BranMakMorn''.


* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: The Serpent People, through which Howard distantly connects with the CthulhuMythos of his friend HPLovecraft.

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* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: The Serpent People, through which Howard distantly connects with the CthulhuMythos of his friend HPLovecraft.Creator/HPLovecraft.

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* AppealToForce: The implication of Kull's famous BadassBoast is this. He is not bound by the previous code of laws that he inherited after taking over Valusia, and anyone who objects can argue with his axe.


* {{Shibboleth}}: Due to their anatomy Serpent Men cannot say the phrase "Ka nama kaa lajerama".

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* {{Shibboleth}}: Due to their anatomy The Serpent Men can magically disguise themselves as humans, often posing as other people, but due to their facial anatomy they cannot say the phrase "Ka nama kaa lajerama".

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* {{Shibboleth}}: Due to their anatomy Serpent Men cannot say the phrase "Ka nama kaa lajerama".

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