On sale date: October 6, 2020
In this collection of Sunday newspaper strips, Prince Valiant is enslaved and King Arthur is on his deathbed!
Val, deprived of his Singing Sword, is enslaved in the Berber salt mines. A death watch has begun for the bedridden King Arthur, and the monarch's half-brother Mordred plots to usurp the throne. Aleta investigates a murder in Cornwall. This volume includes a tour of Prince Valiant's England by Vanity Fair and The Atlantic editor Cullen Murphy, John Cullen Murphy's son, who begins his long tenure as the strip's scriptwriter with this volume. Plus: Todd Goldberg's examination of the historical reality behind the Prince Valiant strip continues.Prince Valiant Vol. 22: 1979-1980 is part of the Prince Valiant series.
"In the grand tradition of Arthur Rackham and Howard Pyle... Every panel packs a punch." — Vanity Fair
- 10.5" × 14.3"