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With ths volume, Foster reaches, by common critcal consensus, the peak of his drawing and storytelling prowess - a peak at which he will remain for most of the run of Prince Valiant. Almost the entirety of 1941's strips feature a single ten-month epic which sees Valiant on a globetrotting adventure fuelled by his obsessive search for Aleta, his bride-to-be - with stops in Jerusalem, the Arabic deserts and, inevitably, a harem which Val must infiltrate.

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  • Relié: 112 pages
  • Editeur : Fantagraphics (24 février 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1606994077
  • ISBN-13: 978-1606994078
  • Dimensions du produit: 26,7 x 1,5 x 36,6 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Sebastien Goutal le 9 janvier 2012
Format: Relié
Fantagraphics nous régale encore une fois avec ce monument de la bande dessinée d'aventure. Passionnant, épique, d'une qualité graphique inégalée à ce jour : le meilleur de la bande dessinée, tout simplement.
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Prince Valiant getting his due 13 mars 2011
Par Jim Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This high quality hard cover series from Fantagraphics is superb. Two complete years (1941 and 1942) of Sunday strips are included. Prince Valiant is followed across the Mediterranean, the Near East, sub Saharan Africa, France, and Britain. Along the way we are introduced to two characters who will figure prominently in future adventures - Queen Aleta, his future wife and Boltar the viking. Foster is at the top of his game here.

I've followed Prince Valiant's adventures before through the Nostalgia Press books of the 1970s and later the 50 volume Fantagraphics softcover series of the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. That Prince Valiant can sustain so many reprintings over the years is a testament to the high quality of the art and storytelling. I think perfection has been achieved in the current series. The only complaint I have is that the releases are not coming fast enough.

Some have noted that Foster is not consistent in his chronology. This volume is certainly a case in point. The period depicted seems to vary as the plot requires from the 5th century (just after the fall of Rome) to the 12th century (the Crusades). Foster is no doubt aware of all this. He's just not going to let it stand in the way of a good story.

Included in this volume are several features about Foster and how some strips have been altered over the years. Interesting stuff.

Highly recommended. If you have earlier reprintings now is the time to trade up. If you've never read Prince Valiant before start with volume 1 and work forward.
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Best Golden Age comic, bar none 1 juin 2011
Par Hal Jordan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If you read any comics from the Golden Age of the 1940s, two things are generally true: The stories were pretty bad and the art was worse. That was certainly true of Superman, Batman, and some of the other fondly remembered super heroes. Even the best of the comic books, the Simon and Kirby issues of Captain America or Mac Raboy's Green Lama, are none too good. Hal Foster's Prince Valiant stands head and shoulders above the competition. His closest rival might be Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon. While Raymond's art was impressive, the stories were often pretty weak. By contrast, Foster's art is extraordinary and his stories are actually quite good. I know next to nothing about art, but even I can recognize how good Foster was. The care Foster put into drawing these panels is really quite amazing. The level of detail in many of the panels blows me away. I found myself reading this book very slowly, because so many of the pages really need to be savored.

Foster's stories were also able to hold my interest. Given that each page had to be a self-contained unit, he had a much harder task than comic book writers who typically had 8-12 pages to tell their story, so a weak page now and then was not generally a problem. There are no weak pages in this book, which contains the 104 Sunday strips that appeared during 1941 and 1942. Now I don't want to go overboard; we are not dealing here with Moby Dick. There are places where Foster relies on coincidence or implausible plot twists, but by and large his story lines are well done and quite entertaining.

Fantagraphics's has done a terrific job with this book. Although these strips have been reprinted before, this is the first time that the original printer's proofs were used. Fantagraphics obtained access to Foster's own collection of the proofs, housed at Syracuse University. This volume also has an informative foreword by Dan Nadel and an interesting afterword on how a few of Foster's panels were censored for various reasons.

In short, if you have any interest in comics or great storytelling in graphic form, you need to buy this book.
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The perfect adventure story 24 avril 2011
Par Nicholas A. Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Wonderful to have this.

One wishes, that Prince Valiant be made into a series of animated movies, including ALL of the original drawings, omitting nothing at all. It would possibly take at least twenty full length movies, but it would become a world wide hit with children, and many grown ups.
Someone should write a driving, energetic theme song, select good actors for voices, and fill out the original drawings of Hal Foster by the required sequences to complete them into a movie. Just please do NOT change the story at all, and do not skip anything ! Start it with the first book and see what happens, what the response of the kids is.

Excellent books !
Another wish is to publish all the books sooner.
Thanks, Fantagraphics !
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Magnificent series. 23 août 2013
Par E. Talmadge Mentall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I remember these stories from the Sunday paper when I was a teenager, and I have bought the first 6 volumes for myself, and my 54-year-old daughter who lives in Hawaii, and like me, loves the artwork, the stories, and Hal Foster's gentle humor such as when Aleta is "introduced" to porcupines and skunks in the New World. His depiction of landscapes, animals, architecture, and facial expressions are unmatched by anyone else. My daughter's husband has also become a fan.

This review applies to all of the books in the series.
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For Prince Valiant fans 7 février 2014
Par Mother of 9 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I had previously bought volumes 1 and 2 for my husband and sons, who are longtime fans of Prince Valiant. This is the third volume, containing earlier strips from this series. The artwork is great, the story lines are entertaining, and the reproduction is quite nice. The paper is good quality, thick and coated, and the pages feel nice to turn. We will be buying more volumes in this set.
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