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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.
18th Apr '15 5:21:08 AM jormis29
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The plot of the series follows the adventures of KingArthur, {{Merlin}} and the reincarnated Knights of the Round Table as they reemerge in an overpopulated future world of 3000 A.D. to fight off an alien invasion masterminded by Arthur's old nemesis, Morgan Le Fay. Arthur is awakened accidentally from his resting place beneath Glastonbury Tor by a young archeology student, Tom Prentice.

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The plot of the series follows the adventures of KingArthur, {{Merlin}} Myth/KingArthur, Myth/{{Merlin}} and the reincarnated Knights of the Round Table as they reemerge in an overpopulated future world of 3000 A.D. to fight off an alien invasion masterminded by Arthur's old nemesis, Morgan Le Fay. Arthur is awakened accidentally from his resting place beneath Glastonbury Tor by a young archeology student, Tom Prentice.
14th Mar '15 2:17:19 PM pratchettgaiman
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** 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.
14th Mar '15 2:15:25 PM pratchettgaiman
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* TheGreatPoliticsMessUp

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* TheGreatPoliticsMessUpTheGreatPoliticsMessUp: One of the leaders of the four biggest power blocks in the world is the Premier of the Soviet Union, which apparently still exists in the year 3000.
12th Mar '15 7:09:41 PM nombretomado
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* BronzeAge

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* BronzeAge UsefulNotes/{{The Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}}
9th Mar '15 8:07:19 AM pratchettgaiman
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* MultinationalTeam: due to being reincarnated into bodies across the planet, the Knights of the Round Table are essentially this: Tom, King Arthur, and (presumably) Merlin are English, Lancelot is French, Guinevere and Kay are American, Percival is Australian, Galahad is Japanese, Gawain is South African, and Tristan is Canadian.
18th Feb '15 7:35:32 PM SharleeD
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* RaceLift: In-Verse examples: Gawain's reincarnation is African, and Galahad's is Japanese.
21st May '14 2:34:05 AM Temmere
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* [[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]].
20th Sep '13 4:43:04 AM hoodiecrow
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* SamusIsAGirl: Merlin sends Tom to a wedding to awaken the memories of a reincarnated Round Table knight. The homing-amulet he's carrying leads him to the couple at the altar. Tom assumes it's the groom he's looking for, but it's actually the bride whom Sir Tristan has been reborn as.
20th Sep '13 4:39:27 AM hoodiecrow
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* ActuallyThatsMyAssistant: Tom interrupts a wedding to awaken the memories of the reborn Sir Tristan. He assumes, and insists, that the knight is the burly and belligerent groom, but it turns out [[spoiler: the sweet ''bride'' is the real Tristan (who stops being feminine right away after being awakened).]]



* IncompatibleOrientation: Tom never had a chance...

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* IncompatibleOrientation: Tom never had a chance... [[spoiler:But he did seem to come very close.]]
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