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That forgotten medieval fantasy

Postby emiranda » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:02 pm

I've been looking for this comic for a long time, maybe you know it.

It was a medieval fantasy, but didn't have the most common tropes. No dragons or orcs. One of the main characters was undead. I think he called himself a ghoul. Yet he was a polite gentleman with a strong sense of duty. In the beginning of the story he's on a journey with a girl. I'm almost sure she wasn't human; maybe she belonged to an original race, maybe she was some kind of demon. But the attitude was that of a bratty 13-year old human.

Any help will be much appreciated!



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Re: That forgotten medieval fantasy

Postby Superior Spider-Man » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:39 pm

This looks like a job for,.. "Stu_Pidman!"


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Re: That forgotten medieval fantasy

Postby Stu_Pidman » Thu Apr 02, 2015 5:57 am

Superior Spider-Man wrote:This looks like a job for,.. "Stu_Pidman!"


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Aw man, I'm supposed to know the answer to this one? :shock: :P

Emiranda, could you give us any more info? You say you've been looking a long time, do you have any idea when this comic originally came out? 70s? 80s? Can you remember the cover price of the comics at the time? Or was this maybe a thick softcover book that had a bunch of issues combined into one?

When I see "I'm looking for a medieval fantasy comic" my automatic response is "Camelot 3000". Even if it's not the right answer, it's a damn good one - Brian Bolland rules! But that's more of a "King Arthur" book, not a LOTR type book.
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Re: That forgotten medieval fantasy

Postby IronMan » Fri Apr 03, 2015 10:27 am

Camelot 3000 was awesome. No idea about the OP's question
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Re: That forgotten medieval fantasy

Postby Stu_Pidman » Fri Apr 03, 2015 12:10 pm

IronMan wrote:Camelot 3000 was awesome.


Oh yeah. Luckily I didn't have to wait around for the last issue, I read the whole thing after it was done (back then I was too young to have my driver's license and my town had no comic stores). Anything with Bolland interior art is in my collection.

No idea about the OP's question


I wish they'd come back with some specifics!
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Re: That forgotten medieval fantasy

Postby Otsugua » Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:25 am

I think it is Warlands.

I was searching for this comic book (And I hope is the same. Sounds similar.) and stumble on this forum and question, I felt obligated to post an answer when I found out what I was looking for.

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Re: That forgotten medieval fantasy

Postby Jeffro » Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:39 am

Stu_Pidman wrote:
IronMan wrote:Camelot 3000 was awesome.


Oh yeah. Luckily I didn't have to wait around for the last issue, I read the whole thing after it was done (back then I was too young to have my driver's license and my town had no comic stores). Anything with Bolland interior art is in my collection.


Waiting for that last issue was tortuous.
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