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Prince Valiant
Author: Harold Rudolf Foster
Year: 1984
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The Prince Valiant Page
Author: Gary Gianni, Mike Mignola
ISBN: 1933865040
Pages: 111
Year: 2008
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A Collection featuring Gary Gianni's work on Prince Valiant, his working procedures and a well-rounded, historical artistic overview of the Prince Valiant Sunday strips. After 25 years as a professional illustrator, Gianni became the 3rd artist in the 70-year history of the feature created by Hal Foster. Includes: in-depth description of the strip's creative process; collaborative art of John Cullen, Murphy and Gianni; samples of Gianni's work over 30 years; three gatefolds of Prince Valiant strips; and reproduction from the original artwork.
Prince Valiant fights Attila the Hun
Author: Harold Foster
Pages: 127
Year: 1952
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Prince Valiant
Author: Greg Stafford
Publisher: Wizards Attic
Pages: 120
Year: 1989
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Prince Valiant
Author: Gary Gianni, Mark Schultz
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 0740777378
Pages: 192
Year: 2008-10-21
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"Strips dating from November 21, 2004, to May 18, 2008, are included within this collection."--Back cover.
Fantagraphics Studio Edition
Author: Hal Foster
ISBN: 1606998978
Pages: 200
Year: 2015-10-02
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Hal Foster, the creator of the popular Prince Valiant newspaper strip, is a cartoonist's cartoonist; Fantagraphics' “studio edition” showcases his original art.
Prince Valiant
Author: Harold Rudolf Foster
ISBN: 1606991418
Year: 2009
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"Universally acclaimed as the most stunningly gorgeous adventure comic strip of all time, Prince Valiant ran for 35 years under the virtuoso pen of its creator, Hal Foster. (Such was its popularity that today, decades after Foster's death, it continues to run under different hands.) The giant Sunday-funnies pages (Valiant ran only on Sundays) gave Foster a huge canvas upon which he was able to limn epic swordfights, stunning scenes of pomp and pageantry, and some of the most beautiful human beings-- male and female-- ever to appear in comics. And he matched his nonpareil visual sense with the narrative instincts of a born storyteller, propelling his daring young hero from one crisis to another with barely a panel to catch one's breath. Prince Valiant has previously been widely available only in re-colored, somewhat degraded editions (now out of print and fetching collectors' prices). Thanks to advances in production technology and newly available original proof sheets, this new series from the industry leader in quality strip classics is the first to feature superb restored artwork that captures every delicate line and chromatic nuance of Foster's original masterpiece. Comic strip aficionados will be ecstatic, and younger readers who enjoy a classic adventure yarn will be bowled over" -- from publisher's web site.
The complete Dickie Dare
Author: Milton Arthur Caniff
Pages: 147
Year: 1986
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The Definitive Prince Valiant Companion
Author: Brian M. Kane
Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
ISBN: 1606993054
Pages: 160
Year: 2009-12-31
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The ultimate book for Prince Valiant fans and collectors. Out of print for over a decade, The Prince Valiant Companion has become a Holy Grail for collectors of the series. Now, in anticipation of the seventy-fifth anniversary of comics’ longest-running adventure strip, and to celebrate their own just-launched reprinting of the strip’s classic earliest years, Fantagraphics is proud to present an expanded version of this hard-to-find collector’s item. Compiled by award-winning Foster biographer Brian M. Kane, The Definitive Prince Valiant Companion beautifully and definitively showcases the careers of artists Hal Foster, John Cullen Murphy, and Gary Gianni. In addition to updating the original version’s story synopsis section with over thirty years of material, The Definitive Prince Valiant Companion also contains rare and new articles. Included in this volume is a never before reprinted newspaper feature from 1949, Foster’s final interview conducted by Arn Saba, an extensive interview with John Cullen Murphy, and a new interview with the current Prince Valiant creative team of Gary Gianni and Mark Schultz. The Companion also contains a new, in-depth article by Kane on Foster’s artistic influences, as well as a foreword by comics historian Brian Walker, and an introduction by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ray Bradbury. A special feature of The Companion is a sixteen-page color section of carefully selected strips from the entire run of the comic. Showcasing this section are eight pages by Foster, scanned and digitally restored from original color engraver’s proofs that had been carefully stored and preserved for over forty years. For the first time ever, collectors will be able to see Prince Valiant as Foster intended it to be seen, with all of his fine inked line work intact. Rounding out this section are four John Cullen Murphy pages from the Murphy family’s collection of proofs, and four Gary Gianni pages that were selected by the artist and digitally recolored under his supervision.
Cartoon County
Author: Cullen Murphy
Publisher: Farrar Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374298556
Pages: 272
Year: 2017-11-21
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A poignant history of the cartoonists and illustrators from the Connecticut School For a period of about fifty years, right in the middle of the American Century, many of the the nation’s top comic-strip cartoonists, gag cartoonists, and magazine illustrators lived within a stone’s throw of one another in the southwestern corner of Connecticut—a bit of bohemia in the middle of those men in their gray flannel suits. Cullen Murphy’s father, John Cullen Murphy, drew the wildly popular comic strips Prince Valiant and Big Ben Bolt, and was at the heart of this artistic milieu. Comic strips and gag cartoons read by hundreds of millions were created in this tight-knit group—Superman, Beetle Bailey, Snuffy Smith, Rip Kirby, Hagar the Horrible, Hi and Lois, Nancy, Sam & Silo, Amy, The Wizard of Id, The Heart of Juliet Jones, Family Circus, Joe Palooka, and The Lockhorns, among others. Cartoonists and their art were a pop-cultural force in a way that few today remember. Anarchic and deeply creative, the cartoonists were independent spirits whose artistic talents had mainly been forged during service in World War II. Illustrated with never-before-seen photographs, cartoons, and drawings, Cartoon County brings the postwar American era alive, told through the relationship of a son to his father, an extraordinarily talented and generous man who had been trained by Norman Rockwell. Cartoon County gives us a glimpse into a very special community—and of an America that used to be.
Return to Camelot
Author: Harold Foster, John Cullen Murphy
ISBN: 156097544X
Pages: 44
Year: 2003
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Valiant's twin daughters, Karen and Valeta, are no longer impossible to tell apart. Suddenly, the wilder of the two, Karen, decides that she wants to be a warrior. She trims her golden locks and dons armour, eager to prove her mettle - and when a massive fleet of pirates turns up on the horizon, she may finally have her chance!
Author: Harold Foster
ISBN: 1560970332
Pages: 46
Year: 1990
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The Red Stallion
Author: Harold Foster
ISBN: 1560971673
Pages: 48
Year: 1995
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Author: Holly Black
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471116247
Pages: 336
Year: 2012-09-27
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When 17-year-old Valerie Russell runs away to New York City, she's trying to escape a life that has utterly betrayed her. Sporting a new identity, she takes up with a gang of squatters who live in the city's labyrinthine subway system. But there's something eerily beguiling about Val's new friends. Impulsive Lolli talks of monsters in the subway tunnels they call home and shoots up a shimmery amber-coloured powder that makes the shadows around her dance. Severe Luis claims he can make deals with creatures that no one else can see. And then there's Luis's brother, Dave, who makes the mistake of letting Val tag along as he makes a delivery to a woman who turns out to have goat hooves instead of feet. When a bewildered Val allows Lolli to talk her into tracking down the hidden lair of the creature for whom Luis and Dave have been working, Val finds herself bound into service by a troll named Ravus. He is as hideous as he is honourable, and as Val grows to know him, she finds herself torn between affection for him - and fear of what her new friends are becoming because of him.
The Stuff of Life
Author: Mark Schultz, Zander Cannon, Kevin Cannon
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0809089475
Pages: 160
Year: 2009-01-23
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Introduces the history and science of genetics through the story of an alien scientist researching humans to find a cure for an alien disease.