18 Ottobre 2009 16:27

C’è molta Italia nei Disney DigiComics

Come preannunciato a suo tempo, gli autori italiani sono il nerbo dei Disney DigiComics. Di seguito alcuni titoli di partenza.

“Disney Publishing Worldwide is working on bringing traditional Disney comic stories to the digital age by making them available in ‘animated’ format (with the panels scrolling by) on mobile devices around the world. I first learned about Disney DigiComics back in July and then they were reported to… On the list for the launch are the following classic Italian stories: X-Mickey – A unique series that features Mickey Mouse and his sidekick Pipwolf (Goofy as a werewolf) solving mysteries about monsters and the unknown; Wizards of Mickey – a 266-page fantasy saga starring Mickey, Donald and Goofy as wizards; The Canterville Ghost – a 1990 story written by Alessandro Sisti with art by Roberto Marini; Casablanca – a 1987 story written and drawn by Giorgio Cavazzano; The Phantom of the Opera – a 1984 story written by Alessandro Bencivenni with art by Luciano Gatto…” Full article: click here.

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