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Topolino - La Spada invincibile by Giorgio Cavazzano, Massimo Marconi, Walt Disney - Comic Strip
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Topolino - La Spada invincibile

Comic Strip
circa 1988
Ink
Carton
35 x 25 cm (13.78 x 9.84 in.)

Description

Topolino libretto N°1728, tavola n°12
Matita e china su cartoncino

Publications

  • Numéro 96
  • Disney Hachette Presse S.n.c.
  • 03/2000
  • Interior page
  • Album n°139 (n°1953 à 1962)
  • Edi-Monde
  • 01/1990
  • Interior page

About Giorgio Cavazzano

Cavazzano was born in Venice. He started his career at age 14, as an inker for Romano Scarpa. He produced stories about Disney characters Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Scrooge McDuck and others. Cavazzano's work is known for combining the traditional rubbery appearance of Disney characters with realistic illustration of technological gadgets and machinery. This style has had a big influence on many Disney illustrators of the new generation, especially the Italians. Recently, Cavazzano illustrated the epic Disney fantasy comic World of the Dragonlords, which was written by Byron Erickson. He has received numerous awards for his work in comics. Apart from Disney, he has also been involved in drawing other, less known, comics and has done work in advertisement.

Thematics

  • #Disney
  • #castles
  • #tree
  • #horse
  • #cap
  • #mouse
  • #helmets
  • #woods
  • #knives
  • #bridge

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gedeon Très belle planche avec une superbe première case qui nous plonge direct dans l ambiance
Mar 30, 2018, 12:48 PM
OGWotasnozzle Très belle planche médiévale du maestro de Venise !
Jan 28, 2018, 3:24 PM
renardeau Très sympa, cette Topolino...la première chose qui m'est venue à l'esprit en découvrant cette planche est que ce chateau a été dessiné de telle sorte que l'on pense à celui d'Eloise de Montgris, en effet...
Jan 20, 2018, 9:43 PM
TT Ma première planche, ramenée de Turin à un prix raisonnable : pas de Mickey ni de Donald... J'adore quand Cavazzano travaille ses détails. Le château évoque irrémédiablement celui de Eloïse de Montgris, le second tome des Tours de Bois-Maury. Un clin d’œil à Hermann ?
Dec 15, 2017, 6:49 PM