History Comicstrip / PrinceValiant

25th Dec '16 2:52:45 PM HelloLamppost
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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: In the early 2000's, a story had Camelot ''actually fall.'' The [[StatusQuoIsGod status quo]] is eventually restored, but it takes a while, and the intervening lengthy storyline with all the main cast either in hiding or working behind the scenes was legitimately shocking.
25th Dec '16 2:52:18 PM HelloLamppost
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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: In the early 2000's, a shocking story had Camelot ''actually fall.'' The [[StatusQuoIsGod status quo]] is eventually restored, but it takes a while, and the intervening lengthy storyline with all the main cast either in hiding or working behind the scenes was legitimately shocking.

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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: In the early 2000's, a shocking story had Camelot ''actually fall.'' The [[StatusQuoIsGod status quo]] is eventually restored, but it takes a while, and the intervening lengthy storyline with all the main cast either in hiding or working behind the scenes was legitimately shocking.
25th Dec '16 2:52:03 PM HelloLamppost
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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: In the early 2000's, a shocking story had Camelot ''actually fall.'' The [[StatusQuoIsGod status quo]] is eventually restored, but it takes a while, and the intervening lengthy storyline with all the main cast either in hiding or working behind the scenes was legitimately shocking.
27th Sep '16 7:35:16 PM themisterfree
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A live action film version, starring Robert Wagner, was produced in 1954. An AnimatedAdaptation, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfPrinceValiant'', with Robbie Benson voicing the title role, aired in 1991. It also inspired a well-received TabletopRPG more oriented towards storytelling than HackAndSlash ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''-style roleplay. A live action film version, starring Stephen Moyer and Katherine Heigl, aired in 1997.

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A live action film version, starring Robert Wagner, was produced in 1954. An AnimatedAdaptation, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfPrinceValiant'', with [[WesternAnimation/{{Exosquad}} Robbie Benson Benson]] voicing the title role, aired in 1991.1991 on what was then [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]]. It also inspired a well-received TabletopRPG more oriented towards storytelling than HackAndSlash ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''-style roleplay. A live action film version, starring Stephen Moyer and Katherine Heigl, aired in 1997.
1997. He's also been a part of the King/Dynamite comic book SharedUniverse, alongside fellow King Features action heroes ''ComicStrip/FlashGordon'', ''ComicStrip/MandrakeTheMagician'', ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'', and ''ComicStrip/JungleJim''.
21st Sep '16 6:10:20 PM ecuvulle6267
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* TheLowMiddleAges: Features both the good and the bad kind of HornyVikings.
18th Jun '16 9:31:54 AM Prfnoff
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''Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur'' is a [[NewspaperComics comic strip]] created by Hal Foster, run by King Features Syndicate [[LongRunner from 1937 to the present]] (Foster's last strip was drawn in 1971), that recounted the adventures of the eponymous Norse prince and his family and friends. The comic came out only in the Sunday paper and featured narration juxtaposed with illustrations rather than the usual thought and speech balloons. During most of Hal Foster's lifetime it occupied one whole page of the Sunday funnies. In the 90s it spun off into a MarvelComics limited series not set in Marvel continuity.

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''Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur'' is a [[NewspaperComics comic strip]] created by Hal Foster, run by King Features Syndicate Creator/KingFeaturesSyndicate [[LongRunner from 1937 to the present]] (Foster's last strip was drawn in 1971), that recounted the adventures of the eponymous Norse prince and his family and friends. The comic came out only in the Sunday paper and featured narration juxtaposed with illustrations rather than the usual thought and speech balloons. During most of Hal Foster's lifetime it occupied one whole page of the Sunday funnies. In the 90s it spun off into a MarvelComics limited series not set in Marvel continuity.
4th Jan '16 2:11:53 PM nombretomado
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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: The fen dragons in early ''PrinceValiant'' strips were basically gigantic crocodiles who dwelt in the swamps. A much more recent story arc pitted Val against a truly titanic lizard from a LostWorld, which attacked Camelot [[MonsterIsAMommy seeking its stolen egg.]]

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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: The fen dragons in early ''PrinceValiant'' strips were basically gigantic crocodiles who dwelt in the swamps. A much more recent story arc pitted Val against a truly titanic lizard from a LostWorld, which attacked Camelot [[MonsterIsAMommy seeking its stolen egg.]]
4th Jan '16 2:11:42 PM nombretomado
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!!Tropes associated with ''PrinceValiant'' include:

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!!Tropes associated with ''PrinceValiant'' ''ComicStrip/PrinceValiant'' include:
4th Jan '16 2:03:50 PM nombretomado
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* PrintLongRunners: The continuous circulation of the strip since "around the time Hitler invaded Poland" is [[TakeThat mocked]] in ''PearlsBeforeSwine''. Unlike many serial stories, Hal Foster wrote, or at least planned out, Prince Valiant's entire story, start to finish, before he drew so much as a single panel.

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* PrintLongRunners: The continuous circulation of the strip since "around the time Hitler invaded Poland" is [[TakeThat mocked]] in ''PearlsBeforeSwine''.''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine''. Unlike many serial stories, Hal Foster wrote, or at least planned out, Prince Valiant's entire story, start to finish, before he drew so much as a single panel.
18th Aug '15 12:04:55 PM moloch
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''Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur'' is a [[NewspaperComics comic strip]] created by Hal Foster, run by Creator/KingFeaturesSyndicate [[LongRunner from 1937 to the present]] (Foster's last strip was drawn in 1971), that recounted the adventures of the eponymous Norse prince and his family and friends. The comic came out only in the Sunday paper and featured narration juxtaposed with illustrations rather than the usual thought and speech balloons. During most of Hal Foster's lifetime it occupied one whole page of the Sunday funnies. In the 90s it spun off into a MarvelComics limited series not set in Marvel continuity.

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''Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur'' is a [[NewspaperComics comic strip]] created by Hal Foster, run by Creator/KingFeaturesSyndicate King Features Syndicate [[LongRunner from 1937 to the present]] (Foster's last strip was drawn in 1971), that recounted the adventures of the eponymous Norse prince and his family and friends. The comic came out only in the Sunday paper and featured narration juxtaposed with illustrations rather than the usual thought and speech balloons. During most of Hal Foster's lifetime it occupied one whole page of the Sunday funnies. In the 90s it spun off into a MarvelComics limited series not set in Marvel continuity.
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