Thanks to Chainsaw's generosity (he is an excellent fellow indeed!)
Happy to share my extra copies! They're a bit worn, but good enough for reading.
I finished reading Darkness Weaves a few days ago. Certainly a fun mix of weird science and sword and sorcery, I enjoyed it quite a bit.
I need to read that one again. I've read Night Winds and Bloodstone many times, but the others just once and not recently.
I see Kane compared to Conan regularly, but what I found was a brawny, more murderous Elric - a fantastic mix. Where Conan is definitely portrayed as a hero (regardless of his self-interest), Kane is much darker, not a "good guy" at all... really the least despicable in a cast of despicable leading roles. But for all that, he's an interesting character that keeps your interest. Kane has no interest in saving the girl, someone else can try to do that. Kane is busy plotting murder and reaping the rewards.
Good insights. I think his immortality has made him callous and indifferent. He eventually sees everyone die and has for a long, long time. That experience has warped his judgement.
Hmmm... I think of him more as chaotic neutral, but definitely not heroic in any normal sense of the word. I'm trying to remember whether he's actually ever depicted killing an innocent non-combatant. I don't think so - except for presumably Able? As you say, most everyone seems to be pretty despicable. I would need to re-read everything to know for sure.