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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: Concludes "The Missionaries" story line, in which Val travels to Rome on a quest to bring teachers to preach Christianity in Thule.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphic Books 2014

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: "You might think that birth of Prince Valiant's son Arn at the end of the previous volume would have slowed down Val's adventuring, but you would be wrong. After the baby has been christened, Valiant and Gawain are dispatched to investigate reports of black magic in Wales, ending up in pitched battle at the aptly-named Castle Illwynde. Then it's off to Scotland to battle the Picts, and then...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics 2013

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: Haunted by Aleta, Prince Valiant seeks Merlin's wise counsel--a brief episode that segues into one of Hal Foster's patented epics, the seven-month "The Long Voyage to Thule," which spotlights Val's return to his birthplace and reunion with his father. Then, after a series of shorter adventures (including "The Seductress," "The Call of the Sea," and "The Jealous Cripple") Val finally decides he...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics Books 2011

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: Val helps his father reclaim his throne in kingdom of Thule, fights alongside King Arthur, and is made a knight of the Round Table for his bravery and wit. Bored by the peace he helped to create, Val decides to independently pull together the forces to battle the Huns' descent on Southern Europe. When Val's army breaches the Huns' stronghold, however, he discovers that corruption reigns still...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics Books 2010

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: Our tenth volume finds our band of heroes making their way back to the Kingdom of Thule by way of Constantinople and Eastern Russia. Soon they are attacked by a tribe of barbarians who kidnap Aleta for the great Dragada Khan who wants to make her one of his wives. After nearly being killed in battle, Valiant returns to his homeland only to find the threat of hunger hovers over Thule. As Val...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics Books 2014

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: Fully half of this volume concerns itself with the remaining chapters of the 20-month epic "The Winning of Aleta," in which Val continues to pursue his bride-to-be. We don't think we're spoiling any surprises by mentioning that this sequence is followed up by one called "Matrimony," as Val's new queen adjusts to a life of luxury in Camelot--until the "War in the Forest" against the encroaching...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics Books 2012

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: Valiant and Aleta journey to "The New World," in a 16-month epic that allows Foster to draw some of his spectacular native Canadian backgrounds, and during which Aleta gives birth to Arn and acquires her Indian nurse, Tillicum. Most of the rest of the book is taken up with the action-packed five-month sequence "The Mad King," during which Val, back at Camelot, confronts evil, fat little King...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics Books 2012

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: In the ninth volume of the collected illustrative Sunday comic pages, Arn tries his hand at being a warrior, Merlin is bewitched by Nimue and Tillicum and Boltar have a son named Hatha - the first interracial baby 'born' in comics. As with all the previous volumes in this highly acclaimed series, these pages are reproduced for the first time from Foster's personal set of colour engraver's...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics 2014

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: This volume leads off with the epic ten-month saga of Val's globe-trotting search for Aleta through Nothern Africa, with stops in Jerusalem, the Arabic deserts (including an eye-popping visit to a harem), and ultimately the "Misty Isles." But their romance is not destined to be (at least not yet) and so a disappointed, even embittered Val wends his eventful way back to Camelot - encountering en...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics Books 2011

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Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf)

Summary: "Universally acclaimed as the most stunningly gorgeous adventure comic strip of all time, Prince Valiant ran for 35 years under the virtuoso pen of its creator, Hal Foster. (Such was its popularity that today, decades after Foster's death, it continues to run under different hands.) The giant Sunday-funnies pages (Valiant ran only on Sundays) gave Foster a huge canvas upon which he was able to...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Fantagraphics 2009

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