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Romano Scarpa, Lucio Michieli, Maurizio Amendola, Topolino e l’enigma di Brigaboom - Comic Strip
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Topolino e l’enigma di Brigaboom

Comic Strip
circa 1990
Ink
24 x 51 cm (9.45 x 20.08 in.)
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Striscia pubblicata - published strip
Pagina pubblicata, senso di lettura orizzontale - published page, horizontal reading

Description

Tavola originale realizzata da Romano Scarpa per la strip-story "Topolino e l’enigma di Brigaboom" pubblicata in 13 parti su Topolino dal n.1779 del 31 Dicembre 1989 al n.1791 del 25 Marzo 1990.

Original art by Romano Scarpa for the strip-story "Mickey and Brigaboom's enigma" published in 13 parts on Topolino from n.1779 of 31 December 1989 to n.1791 of 25 March 1990.

Strip n.28, Topolino 1781, 14 Gennaio 1990, cm.24x51

https://inducks.org/story.php?c=I+TL+1779-BP

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About Romano Scarpa

Romano Scarpa is by many considered the grandmaster of Italian Disney comics. He cancelled his commercial studies to devote himself to his passions: graphics and animation. After World War II, he co-founded an animation studios, where he animated some fairytales of Hans Christian Andersen. He joined the Italian Disney publisher Mondadori in 1953, where he started out doing stories with 'Topolino' ('Mickey Mouse'), strongly inspired by the atmosphere and suspense of the old Gottfredson newspaper strips. He has worked a lot with the talented scriptwriter Guido Martina, but he has also written various stories by himself. Although mainly a 'Mickey' artist, Scarpa has also drawn various classic Italian 'Donald Duck' stories. During his long and versatile collaboration with the Italian Disney production, he has added several character to the Disney universe, such as Atomino Bip Bip, Trudy, Brigitta, Filo Sganga, Plottigatt, Paperetta Yè Yè and Bruto. His work has been an inspiration to several generations of Italian Disney artists, including Giorgio Cavazzano, who developed the modern Italian Disney style. In 1954, Scarpa completely left the animation field to spend all his time creating comics. In addition to his Disney work, Romano Scarpa has also illustrated stories with such characters as 'Lupo'