- Arc Fatigue: Some storylines seem to have lasted for years.
- Germans Love David Hasselhoff: The strip is extremely popular in Germany, under the name Prinz Eisenherz ("Prince Ironheart").
- Also, the theme song for the Animated Adaptation apparently became a hit for Italian pop singer Cristina D'Avena.
From the Animated Adaptation
- Awesome Music: "Where The Truth Lies". There's even a four-minute version!
- Complete Monster:
- Baron Frederick von Holsing from season 2's "The Walls of Tyranny" manages to outdo even recurring villains with his greed and lack of regard for human life. Von Holsing is a noble in the kingdom of Kengary, which has been at war with a neighboring nation for as long as anyone can remember. When King Ian, Frederick's uncle, makes inroads to initiate a lasting peace, Frederick murders him to frame their enemies and keep the war going. It is revealed that Frederick intends to prolong the war indefinitely so he can take men, women and children as slaves to work to death in his private mines for his personal profit. When Valiant uncovers the plot, Frederick attempts to murder his friends, send Valiant to his mines and kidnap Valiant's female comrade Rowanne with the threat of making her his. Vain, selfish and greedy, Frederick von Holsing stands as the worst representative of nobility in all the series.
- Sage Advisor Selena is the Treacherous Advisor to King Michael of the North. She engineers a civil war, which causes the deaths of several hundred people, to arrange a better puppet figurehead to become king. She also conspires to murder an infant, frames Rowanne for a crime which makes her leave Camelot in disgrace, and turns an invention of peace into a war weapon in an attempt to frame Merlin for a crime. Vain, with no loyalties to anyone but herself, Selena surpassed the Mordred in terms of monstrosity.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: Robby Benson and Paige O'Hara lend their voices to the Official Couple Valiant and Aleta. They would play lovers in a future project, a little movie called Beauty and the Beast.
- Real Women Don't Wear Dresses: The trope is discussed in an episode in which Rowanne worries that no one will take her desire to be a knight seriously if she dresses like a woman. Queen Guinevere assures her otherwise.