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As the fourth volume begins, Prince Valiant, haunted by Aleta, seeks Merlin's wise counsel. This brief episode segues into one of Hal Foster's patented epics, 'The Long Voyage to Thule', which ran for seven straight months and featured Valiant's return to his birthplace and reunion with his father. Of course, Foster's astonishingly detailed and evocative depictions of Val's homeland contribute greatly to this sprawling epic.

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L'éditeur français avait bien commencé mais s'est arrêté malheureusement assez vite en chemin dans son édition de l'intégrale Prince Vaillant , imaginée et dessinée par ce géant complétement atypique dans le monde des comics américaine qu'est Al Foster ...

L 'édition américaine que je suis en train de finir d ' acquérir pour faire le raccord avec l'édition française ( je viens de commander le tome 13 ) est quasi idéale : je tente donc un début de modeste bilan ...

Elle se distingue par un format plus généreux et des couleurs plus franches alors que l'édition française donnait des teintes plus " pastel " : je ne sais pas qui a raison pour les couleurs , n'étant pas allé voir les originaux publiés le dimanche dans la presse US de l'époque ...les tarifs de l'édition US me semblent tout à fait raisonnables et justifiés , vu la qualité de réalisation ...

L 'édition américaine est donc un régal : attention , cependant , il est bien préférable d'avoir commencé par l'édition française pour se familiariser avec les personnages , le style et le vocabulaire du texte de Foster , car tout cela est bien plus subtil qu'attendu et mobilise , en fait , pas mal de vocabulaire anglais ....
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L'oeuvre de toute une vie! Harold Foster a réalisé un travail d'une qualité exemplaire. Le dessin, les couleurs, la mise en page et la qualité de l'écriture font de Prince Valiant LA référence de la bande dessinée d'aventure. Fantagraphics a encore une fois excellé dans la qualité de l'ouvrage, et rend toujours un hommage mérité aux grands auteurs populaires américains. Bravo!
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Harold Foster possède le don pour dessiner cette histoire féerique situé dans le temps du roi Arthur. Évidemment il prend des grandes libertés avec l'histoire, mais je le pardonne.
Les hommes sont des vrais hommes et les femmes sont belles, de nouveau merci à Harold Foster qui m'a présenté m'a première fée quand j'avais 20 ans (il y a 30ans)
Les livres sont grands! Il faut pas les prendre dans vôtres sac à dos.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tales of new birth, death, love, betrayal and a mysterious monastery 11 juin 2016
Par L. W. Swint - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fantagraphics Books, Inc. continues its ambitious and admirable hardcover reprint series of the 20th century's classic contribution to the Arthurian legends with "Prince Valiant Vol. 13: 1961-1962," by master newspaper comic strip creator Hal Foster. This particular edition has a special appeal for this reviewer because it contains a personal favorite story in the adventures of the Prince of Thule, one in which he actually plays a supporting role. I first read this tale many years ago when Fantagraphics published an earlier reprint collection of the "Prince Valiant" strip in trade paperback form. It was showcased on the cover to Prince Valiant, Vol. 28: "The Savage Girl", released in 1985, and this critic wrote a review of that book, which I'll feature in part below, beginning with the words of Mr. Foster:

"Far, far to the east a young girl, who has defied the laws of her tribe, stands before the elders and receives the death sentence: 'Walk westward!' So she leaves the black tents of her people, who are bound by law to kill her should she face in any other direction. Ahead the barren steppes stretch, a waterless waste where a bitter wind ever blows."

So begins the tale of Taloon, a remarkably strong-willed and independent young woman, whose fate becomes tied to Prince Valiant and his son. As this story evolves, Taloon's tale deepens into a story of love, betrayal and tragedy. It was part of Mr. Foster's genius that he could create indelible archetypal characters within the confined space of the comic strip page. In Taloon, I feel he created one of the most intriguing characters in the entire long history of the strip,...and I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity to read almost all of Mr. Foster's work on his masterpiece. The fact that Taloon is a free-thinking young female in the Middle Ages setting in which the strip takes place makes her all the more memorable. She is very much a contrast in comparison to the other women featured in the comic strip, particularly the lovely and beguiling Aleta. While the Queen of the Misty Isles often used her feminine wiles to get her way with men, including her doting husband, Valiant, Taloon used her intelligence and wits to survive in a harsh world.

While the tale of Taloon holds a special affection of this reviewer, this volume also contains other adventures of grand adventure, action and drama. Child kidnapping involving Prince Arn, and two of his friends; a journey to Rome, where Prince Valiant and his son see firsthand the corrupt decline of the once mighty empire; the discovery of a mysterious monastery seemingly guarded by the supernatural; the story of Wojan, a humble monk whose inspiring voice threatens the stability of the great kingdom of Camelot; and young Prince Arn, embarking on a solo adventure, ehthralled by tales of his father's youth. This single volume is a perfect showcase of "Hal" Foster's impressive ability to tell compelling stories in a variety of entertaining ways. And, oh yes...the artwork! What an awesome joy it is! The stunning vistas. The expressive faces. The attention to detail. The intimate set pieces. Perhaps most thrillingly on display is the awe-inspiring sense of another time and place. All these elements are revealed to the reader by one of the grand masters of the medium. This reprinting is far superior to earlier collections. The reproduction of Mr. Foster's line rendering is a delight to look at and the coloring wonderfully compliments the pen and brush sequential storytelling. The epic artistry of Mr. Foster is beautifully represented in this collection.

For lovers of tales "in the days of King Arthur," and to those who cherish great comic art, you will find both contained within these pages.

This entire series comes with my highest recommendation.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Prince Valiant is the comic strip pinnacle 23 janvier 2016
Par Jim Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Foster is in a holding pattern in this volume but the pattern is at a very high altitude. The two years of Sunday pages in this volume open with Val trying to rescue Gawain from a king holding him for ransom and ends with Val tracking down a king who had tried to conquer the Misty Isles and failing that, murder Aleta. In between there is a generous amount of violence, humor, romance, and other slices of medieval life. The primary character growth comes when Val's son Arn must cope with the first time he kills a man in battle.

As always, Foster's artwork is superb, his plotting well paced and exciting, and his characters, despite the lack of growth in this volume, are either likable or despicable as Foster can make them. Foster never bothered with the anti-heroic type that was beginning its rise as the strips in this volume first appeared. The closest he comes is with Val's friend, the marauder Boltar, who, when not helping Val is sacking towns.

The extras are not quite as generous as in previous volumes. We get no new biographical information on Foster. We do get a one page foreword by Neil Adams and some nice sample of Foster advertising art for Johnson outboards at the rear.

All the volumes in this series are highly recommended. I hope these books continue past the previous softbound Fantagraphics series but that goal is years away.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I love these books 24 août 2013
Par Tracy A. Pounders - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Collected all of the original Fantagraphics re-pubs, starting with the original Issue 26 - they started in the middle then worked their way back up from 1. This new series of re-prints are very high quality, hard bound books. The colors are right (unlike the old Nostalgia Press versions) and they are just beautiful. This is the way to get them. Prince Valiant hasn't looked this good since they were first printed - actually better.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MAGNIFICENT WORK OF ART 27 février 2016
Par Jose Maria - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Marvelous drawing and beautiful tales
This books can be read several times
it is like music. A feast to the eyes and mind.
I saw this comic strip since I was a child and from
then I was fascinated by the drawings.
I always wanted to draw like that. But never
understood the captions. Really they are not
for a child to read. It was until many many years
later that I understood the story.
This are really stories for you to read to your kids.
Although not necessarily with the same words but
with words your kids can understand.
It is unique in the world.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 There's Something About a Girl Like Aleta... 25 janvier 2013
Par John J. Pocsik - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Silly me! I thought, having savored Val's successful quest
for Aleta, things would "settle down" in the strip. Goodness!
Volume 6 of Fantagraphics superb reprint of the PRINCE VALIANT
Sunday strip is a delightful surprise. Foster broadens our view of
Val's world while truly introducing us to his remarkable
couple. Our hero and his independent frisky heroine become
more real as each week passes. Aleta's first encounters
with New World fauna and weather delight.

This book covers Val's voyage to the New World. The art is
magnificent. Foster's landscapes bring us the bite of
winter's icy cold, the sharp tang of pine, the pungent incense
of wood smoke. Val becomes an Indian presence; Aleta becomes
the mother of the painfully adorable Prince Arn (here narrating
some of his early adventures).

I found myself lingering over Foster's landscapes, knowing how
much his early wanderings contributed to such incredibly detailed images rarely found
in other strips. The land itself becomes an "entity": at
once beautiful and treacherous. Somewhere, in shrunken form,
I'm sure that land still exists; but at least I have Foster's art
to revisit what once was, time and time again.

As usual, thanks Fantagraphics.
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