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Nella ridacchiante città balneare di San Diego (California), sede di quel che sappiamo, si lavora per riportare in distribuzione negli States i fumetti Disney.

Da buon passacarte qual altri non è il detentore del potere in questo blog ultraclikkato nel BeNeLux, mi limito a copiare le prime bozze del programma della casa editrice, augurando quanto di meglio si può a questi prodi.

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IDW Publishing is proud to announce that they will debut a new collection of Disney Comics beginning in March 2015 with the publication of Don Rosa’s Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Artist’s Edition, followed by four extra-lengthcomic series launches in April, May, June, and July.

April sees the debut of Uncle Scrooge #1, which will feature the best tales from creators around the world starring the iconic tycoon adventurer. Donald Duck #1 launches in May, Mickey Mouse #1 in June, and in July, Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories will maintain the original numbering and launch with #721 as the first IDW issue.

“The chance to bring Disney comics to fans, both old and new, is a fantastic opportunity,” said IDW editor Sarah Gaydos. “We cannot wait to get these into the hands of readers!”

All four premiere issues will offer 48 pages of content for $3.99, with subsequent issues offering 40 pages per issue for that same cover price.

“It’s the best bargain in the business,” said IDW archival editor David Gerstein (sotto, in foto con il tenutario del presente – quasi passato – blog). “No wonder it’s attracted Scrooge McDuck! And we’ll be attracting a big following, too—with stories by epic talents like Romano Scarpa, Daan Jippes, Casty, Giorgio Cavazzano, and Al Taliaferro.”

Luca Boschi e David Gerstein

Each issue will feature two regular covers, as well as a unique cover that places the characters in different environments that feature theme park attractions—including April’s Adventureland-themed cover—and other very familiar settings and costumes. If you aren’t already an avid collector, you will be! Some examples of what fans can expect to see are:

April 2015 – Adventureland
Uncle Scrooge #1 (48p)

May 2015 – Tomorrowland
Uncle Scrooge #2 (40p)
Donald Duck #1 (48p)

June 2015 – So special we cannot tell you yet!
Uncle Scrooge #3 (40p)
Donald Duck #2 (40p)
Mickey Mouse #1 (48p)

July 2015 – Fantasyland
Uncle Scrooge #4 (40p)
Donald Duck #3 (40p)
Mickey Mouse #2 (40p)
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #721 (48p)

August 2015 – EPCOT Center
Uncle Scrooge #5 (40p)
Donald Duck #4 (40p)
Mickey Mouse #3 (40p)
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #722 (40p)
Uncle Scrooge TPB, Vol. 1

September 2015 – Frontierland
Uncle Scrooge #6 (40p)
Donald Duck #5 (40p)
Mickey Mouse #4 (40p)
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #723 (40p)
Mickey Mouse TPB, Vol. 1

October 2015 – Haunted Mansion
Uncle Scrooge #7 (40p)
Donald Duck #6 (40p)
Mickey Mouse #5 (40p)
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #724 (40p)
Donald Duck TPB, Vol. 1

November 2015 – Toontown
Uncle Scrooge #8 (40p)
Donald Duck #7 (40p)
Mickey Mouse #6 (40p)
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #725 (40p)
Uncle Scrooge TPB, Vol. 2
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories TPB, Vol. 1

December 2015 – Top Secret!
Uncle Scrooge #9 (40p)
Donald Duck #8 (40p)
Mickey Mouse #7 (40p)
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #726 (40p)
Mickey Mouse TPB Vol 2

The new IDW titles including Donald, Mickey, and Scrooge will be #1s, but will continue their classic legacy number inside the issues.

Carl Barks

In addition to the monthly comics released in print, IDW will also be bringing Disney Comics into new territories with Micro Comic Fun Packs, and subsequent Artist’s Editions, too. Details on titles and release schedules will follow.

Don Rosa