ozoneoceanccs1989No, a couple of novels.
Are you talking about the comic, Ozone? Cause I heard Death Dealer was a pretty cool comic. Although comics in general these days are pretty bad.
Haven't read any of the novels, but there are two comics. First one was written by Glenn Danzig and consisted out of four issues total (among several other series inspired by Frazetta's paintings)... and apparently these were bad enough to make Frazetta NOT very easy to convince to give comics like these another shot.
Now, there's been a new Death Dealer comic, 6 issue mini from Image, and this one's supposed to be pretty good.
Back to the topic: I'm straining my memory trying to remember any awful book that I have read that might make any sense to mention here (that is: has an english version), but it seems my selective memory purges itself from traumatic reading experiences, thus I can't come up with any title... so I'll say instead...
some of the Conan novels written by other writers. I think the ones by John Maddox Roberts, but also by others. That's the worst piece of reading I can remember. Original stories by Howard are good, some of the early stories/novels written by others are half-decent too. But the later, the worse it gets. People writing them had NO idea how to write Conan. These (and the maaany adaptations that show him always running in furry underpants) have gave Conan a bad name, that he's seemingly a barbaric brute who smashes skulls of whoever comes along :P