The most recent issue of The Genealogist has arrived (Vol. 24, 2010). This biannual publication is the journal of the American Society of Genealogists. Since its beginning nearly thirty years ago, there has been a serialized article on the ancestry of King Charles II. An index to his ancestry is here. As you can see by his grandparents and great-grandparents, Charles is a product of most of medieval Europe's royal and noble houses including Scotland, England, Denmark, the German states, France, Austria, and the Italian states.
However, it's just getting good for those of us with English royal lines, specifically from Edward III. This issue has Edward II and several English lords. I realize that this article is somewhat used for "filler." In fact, just to go back one generation to find Edward III, he appeared in vol. 12, Fall 1998. So, it's taken 12 years to go one full generation (albeit from the 12th to 13th generation, ahnentafel no. 1064: Edward III to no. 2128: Edward II.) However, all sketches are fully documented and I find more complete dates and places with this article than any other medieval genealogical source.
It would be great if the authors started cranking out 100 unique sketches per issue. Many of the ancestors are multiple ancestors and have already appeared. Use smaller type for the see to references and keep going (and just a tad faster, please?)