Bernard Prince is a Franco-Belgian comics series, featuring an eponymous character and his sailor-adventurer companions. The series was created by Belgian cartoonists Greg and Hermann for the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Tintin, first appearing on January 4, 1966.
Originally an agent of Interpol the heroic Prince, joined by the roguish Barney Jordan and the clever orphan Djinn, becomes an adventurer sailing through the contemporary (1960s-70s) world on a sloop, the beautiful Cormoran.
- General Satan, story by Greg, illustrations by Hermann
- Storm over Coronado, Greg/Hermann
- The Hell of Suong-Bay, Greg/Hermann
- Manhattan Adventure, Greg/Hermann (remake illustrated by Edouard Aidans)
- Fire in the Oasis, Greg/Hermann
- The Law of the Hurricane, Greg/Hermann
- The Scorched Land, Greg/Hermann
- The Green Flame of the Conquistador, Greg/Hermann
- Guerillas for a Ghost, Greg/Hermann
- The Hot Breath of Moloch, Greg/Hermann
- Fortress of Fog, Greg/Hermann
- Target: Cormoran, Greg/Hermann
- Port of Madness, Greg/Hermann
- The Trap of 100,000 Spears, Greg/Dany
- The Cormoran Returns, Greg/Dany (includes "Farewell, Queen!" (Adieu, la reine!), "Everyone's taste" (Chacun son goût), "The return of Cormoran" (Le retour du Cormoran))
- Miss Dynamite, Greg/Aidans
- Green Poison, Greg/Aidans
- Danger on the River, Yves H./Hermann
- BDoubliées. "Tintin année 1966" (in French).
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