History ComicBook / Camelot3000

28th Feb '18 12:49:01 AM PaulA
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* UsefulNotes/{{The Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}}



* [[spoiler:FirstLawOfGenderbending]]: [[spoiler:Tristan never does figure out a way to become a man again, and eventually comes to terms with being a woman and still loving Isolde]].

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* [[spoiler:FirstLawOfGenderbending]]: FirstLawOfGenderbending: [[spoiler:Tristan never does figure out a way to become a man again, and eventually comes to terms with being a woman and still loving Isolde]].
28th Feb '18 12:47:33 AM PaulA
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* ScheduleSlip (it was a 12 issue monthly series from 1982 to 1985. You do the math.)
** the introduction to the Deluxe Edition by Mike Barr has him explain how he tried to convince DC to avert this by having it come out every ''two'' months, but they didn't go for it.
19th Feb '18 12:33:25 PM Clown-Face
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* NiceJobBreakingItHerod: The reincarnation of Mordred experiences a flashback in which King Arthur attempts to drown him as an infant, apparently having learned that his bastard child will one day destroy Camelot. This naturally pisses off his new incarnation enough to instantly turn him from a CorruptCorporateExecutive-type to the Big ad's new [[TheDragon Dragon]]. [[spoiler:Possibly a subversion, as the flashback is induced by Morgan le Fay, who has her own reasons to manipulate him and might've faked the vision to inflame his hatred.]]

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* NiceJobBreakingItHerod: The reincarnation of Mordred experiences a flashback in which King Arthur attempts to drown him as an infant, apparently having learned that his bastard child will one day destroy Camelot. This naturally pisses off his new incarnation enough to instantly turn him from a CorruptCorporateExecutive-type to the Big ad's BigBad's new [[TheDragon Dragon]]. [[spoiler:Possibly a subversion, as the flashback is induced by Morgan le Fay, who has her own reasons to manipulate him and might've faked the vision to inflame his hatred.]]
20th Oct '17 3:40:47 AM TheNerevarine
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* SocietyMarchesOn: Despite taking place in the year 3000 - a ''millennium'' from the time this comic was written - the Soviet Union and South Africa's Apartheid are still in effect, despite both being dismantled by modern times.



* [[spoiler: SomeoneToRememberHimBy]]: Guinevere and Lancelot express the hope that this trope applies in their final scene.

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* SomeoneToRememberHimBy: [[spoiler: SomeoneToRememberHimBy]]: Guinevere and Lancelot express the hope that this trope applies in their final scene.scene when she is pregnant]].
30th Jun '17 1:59:34 AM Divra
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* BookEnds: The series ends with a vaguely amoeboid creature drawing Excalibur from the stone where Arthur left it, while two similar creatures look on in awe.
13th Dec '16 9:10:47 PM Doug86
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* KingArthur

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* KingArthurMyth/KingArthur
27th Aug '16 9:44:54 PM Sharlee
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* [[spoiler: SomeoneToRememberHimBy]]: Guinevere and Lancelot express the hope that this trope applies in their final scene.
13th Aug '16 9:15:57 AM TheNerevarine
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* CrapsackWorld: On top of the of the ongoing alien invasion, the world's governments are extremely corrupt and oppressive, turning criminals into [[SuperSoldier Neo-Men]] to repress their restless population. They are also completely ineffective in dealing with the alien invasion, who are capable of destroying London, Japan and countless other places, and when Arthur reemerges to become a HopeBringer, the world's leaders conspire to have him killed, because they see him as a threat.
1st Aug '16 3:45:54 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: ''Camelot 3000'' isn't part of TheDCU. However, the 2011 comic ''DC Universe: Legacies'' #7 featured a TimeTravel trip to the DCU's version of Camelot in the Middle Ages, and Arthur, Merlin, and Morgaine's appearances were based on how they looked in ''Camelot 3000''. The issue's artist was Brian Bolland.

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* ShoutOut: ''Camelot 3000'' isn't part of TheDCU.Franchise/TheDCU. However, the 2011 comic ''DC Universe: Legacies'' #7 featured a TimeTravel trip to the DCU's version of Camelot in the Middle Ages, and Arthur, Merlin, and Morgaine's appearances were based on how they looked in ''Camelot 3000''. The issue's artist was Brian Bolland.
21st Aug '15 10:32:53 PM TitoMosquito
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* TheEighties: Despite being set in the year 3000, this series wallows in the fashion and culture of the 1980s.
* EightiesHair: Tristan, in both incarnations.



* TheEighties: Despite being set in the year 3000, this series wallows in the fashion and culture of the 1980s.
* EightiesHair: Tristan, in both incarnations.
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