Enthusiasm for super-heroes perhaps has never been higher. Movies about men and women who use extraordinary powers to fight evil, such as Superman and Wolverine, have millions of... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lois-ellin Datta
CHOCK FULL OF INFORMATION ABOUT VALIANT AND HIS ADVENTURES AS HE MARCHED THROUGH THE SUNDAY COMIC PAGES FOR SO MANY YEARS PENNED BY FOSTER.Published 18 months ago by Paula Crandall
I've grown up with the "prince" since 1940 when I delivered him in the Sunday newspapers for years. This series, using the original plates, is very vivid with true colors [ vs. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Atticus
well loved by its recipient--i do not claim to be a fan, however--can't think of enough to say to get out of this screenPublished 20 months ago by corgi fan
I found this book extremely disappointing. Yes, it is a companion to Prince Valiant but in no way can it truthfully be described as the definitive guide - that is just pretentious... Read morePublished 22 months ago by DAVID WHITE
160 pages of Prince Valiant information.
I have a mismatched collection of Prince Valiant books from the 40's to the latest 3 volumes currently selling here. Read more
Created in 1937 by illustrator and cartooning legend Hal Foster, Prince Valiant takes us to King Arthur's court, where Val, the young son of an exiled Nordic king, advances from... Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by Paul Carrier