Just finished reading Marvel's third volume of Kull comics from the 80s. A very rewarding experience, though I'm disappointed the series ended at ten issues, as one or two plot lines were left unresolved. The series ends with Brule having returned to the Pictish Islands only to find his tribe having been subjugated by an evil sorcerer who worships Jhebbal Sag. Then there's the character of Gonra of the Sword, an ancient Valusian warrior whom Kull awoke from an enchanted thousand-year sleep in order to find someone worthy enough to replace Brule. He and Kull become friends, though in the last issue he is tricked into opening the sealed chamber of King Eallal and releasing the serpent men apparently still alive within, as well as Eallal's ghost, though he helps Kull defeat them. But what became of him? He isn't in stories set later on, he seems to just disappear. Lastly, there's the young noblewoman who fell in love with Kull but then fell into a coma because Kull did not return her love; what happened to her?
By the way: As already mentioned, the serpent men thought slain by Kull in The Shadow Kingdom apparently come back to life inside the chamber. How is this possible? And how did they survive all that time they were locked inside; why didn't they try to escape?