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Hal Foster draws only three pages in this volume, but continues to write and create pencil roughs for new artist John Cullen Murphy to follow. I notice a change in the storytelling from Foster’s previous volume when he seemed tired and was busy auditioning several new artists. Those stories seemed ill-developed, rushed, and as a result, not as fine as Foster’s usual work. This volume begins that way, but once Val and Arn are on the road to meet Queen Aleta, the old Foster magic kicks in. It may ...more
The incredible artwork of Hal Foster makes these a true treasure to read. Being able to go through a year's worth of the Sunday strips is fantastic. Awesome story and incredible art make these books get my highest recommendation.
Harold Foster, also credited as Hal Foster, was a comic book artist best know for Prince Valiant.More about Hal Foster...
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