"The Travels of Arak, Son of Thunder" from Arak, Son of Thunder #50 (DC, 1985) by Roy & Dann Thomas and Tony DeZuniga
In the early 80s, DC really was trying to find an answer to Marvel's Conan comics. Or perhaps there was a real explosion of interest in sword & sorcery, perhaps because of D&D's rising popularity. In any case, DC had a number of fantasy series at this time, one of which was Arak, Son of Thunder, a Native American who crosses over to Europe during the Middle Ages by Vikings and, as you can see, travels the whole of the continent over the course of 50 issues and an Annual. I picked up an issue here and there at the time, usually if Ernie Colon drew Valda the Iron Maiden on the cover (cough, cough), but never got into ANY of DC's fantasy books. Today, they seem very wordy (Roy Thomas wrote them, so duh), but I wouldn't mind re-evaluating the title.