As the tournament begins, the competition heats up—between the men, jousting, and the women, in the grandstand.
As the lengthy tale of Rupert draws to a close, the threads begin wrapping up.
Though he is honorable to his core, Brett realizes Kevin has thrown the match.
The final episode of the 33-week epic is completely in character for Kevin, champion of children. The episode is also one of Collins’ best efforts, with a dramatic, final splash panel.
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2 thoughts on “The King’s Champion”
Was there a character named Kim in the Kevin the Bold comix?
I haven’t read all ~944 episodes, but so far, no Kims.