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eBook Wizards Of Mickey Volume 1: Mouse Magic ePub

by Stefano Ambrosio,Lorenzo Pastrovicchio

  • ISBN: 160886541X
  • Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Stefano Ambrosio,Lorenzo Pastrovicchio
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: KaBOOM! (March 16, 2010)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1375 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1546 kb
  • Other: lit lrf doc docx
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 701

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Series: Wizards of Mickey (Book 1). Hardcover: 112 pages.

Series: Wizards of Mickey (Book 1). Some have been quick to judge Wizards of Mickey and, in fact, all of Boom!'s new Disney output for not being written in the style of Disney's classic comic works by legends like Carl Barks, Floyd Gottfredson, William Van Horn, Don Rosa, and the like, but that's not exactly a fair criticism. In any other comic book genre, characters and titles are free to grow and change with the times, and I think it's appropriate that the Disney titles be allowed to reach for something new and different, as well.

Stefano Ambrosio, Lorenzo Pastrovicchio (Illustrator). Magic Eye Studios (Illustrator). Mouse Magic (Wizards Of Mickey Volume 1) by. Walt Disney Company, Lorenzo Pastrovicchio (Illustrator).

Items related to Wizards Of Mickey Volume 1: Mouse Magic. Stefano Ambrosio, Lorenzo Pastrovicchio (Illustrator). Published by KaBOOM! (2010). Stefano Ambrosio Wizards Of Mickey Volume 1: Mouse Magic. ISBN 13: 9781608865413. Wizards Of Mickey Volume 1: Mouse Magic. ISBN 10: 160886541X ISBN 13: 9781608865413.

Lorenzo Pastrovicchio. Magic Bag: Used only by Goofy to spawn many items, including books and jars.

When the Wizard's Apprentice, Mickey Mouse, loses the magic talisman . Lorenzo Pastrovicchio artist. Marco Gervasio artist. Stefano Ambrosio writer. Troy Peteri letterer.

When the Wizard's Apprentice, Mickey Mouse, loses the magic talisman he has been charged to protect, Mickey must gather a team to win it back in the Great Wizard's Tournament. Marco Ghiglione cover. Marco Palazzi artist.

Writer: Stefano Ambrosio . Artist: Alessandro Pastrovicchio, Lorenzo Pastrovicchio. Publication date: January 2010. The epic WIZARDS OF MICKEY tale continues here in its own ongoing series! Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy continue to struggle in the Grand Wizard’s tournament, determined to win back the Diamagic from Peg-Leg Pete the Great! But who is the mysterious master that pulls Pete’s strings?

Art by. Alessandro & Lorenzo Pastrovicchio

Art by. Alessandro & Lorenzo Pastrovicchio. Cover by. Magic Eye Studios. The epic WIZARDS OF MICKEY tale continues here in its own ongoing series! Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy continue to struggle in the Grand Wizard's tournament, determined to win back the Diamagic from Peg-Leg Pete the Great! But who is the mysterious master that pulls Pete's strings?

Автор: Ambrosio Stefano Название: Wizards of Mickey Volume 1: Mouse Magic Издательство: Boom .

Cover by Magic Eye Studios. Written by Stefano Ambrosio. Art by Lorenzo Pastrovicchio

Cover by Magic Eye Studios. Art by Lorenzo Pastrovicchio. Issue Wizards of Mickey (2010 Boom Studios) Tags: Disney Ducks & Mice. Published Jan 2010 by Boom Studios.

All new, never before seen stories with your favorite Disney characters in this magical fantasy epic! Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and more must team up to save the magical realm of Miceland from the dark spread of evil!

Your favorite Disney characters star in this magical fantasy epic! Student of the great wizard Grandalf, Mickey Mouse hails from the humble village of Miceland. Allying himself with Donald Duck (who has a pet dragon named Fafnir) and team mate Goofy, Mickey quests to find a magical crown that will give him mastery over all spells! For fans of HARRY POTTER and LORD OF THE RINGS.

Comments

FEISKO FEISKO
Book is brighly colored. Graffics are inviting and feels good to the touch - a plus in the EBook era.
lets go baby lets go baby
...as promised, son loved it. Comic book type book, good for kids who really love Disney and Mickey. Would buy it again.
Jube Jube
No problems. the rest of this is the rest of the eighteen words that are required i don't appreciate rules for communication when I am using my time
Clonanau Clonanau
Give some credit to Boom! Studios. They've managed to revitalize the ailing, stagnant Disney Comics genre with exciting, genre-jumping new stories from overseas, and Wizards of Mickey is certainly the most ambitious of these new stories.

Wizards of Mickey is the story of a sorcerer's apprentice (and, yes, it does appear to be the same mischievously lovable one from Fantasia) who must compete in a Wizard's tournament (very similar to the premise of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) to prevent the Lord of Deceit from taking over the world (clearly inspired by The Lord of the Rings). The plot is compelling enough, the characterizations are adorable (especially Goofy as a sagely sorcerer who feels that magic should only be used as a last resort), the art is absolutely stunning, and the back story is relatively elaborate (keeping track of what each diamagic does and what spells do what, dropping hints about the ancient history of magic in the world, developing the dragon race, etc). However, the writing, itself, may not knock your socks off. I'm not sure whether this is a problem with translating from the original Italian or a flaw in the original scripts, themselves, but the pacing is uneven at times, and the major plot points don't always seem all that exciting. The story is still very enjoyable, but it falls short of being a classic for the ages. Still, it's an incredibly fun experiment in genre jumping, as well as the recipient of a lot of care and thought.

Some have been quick to judge Wizards of Mickey and, in fact, all of Boom!'s new Disney output for not being written in the style of Disney's classic comic works by legends like Carl Barks, Floyd Gottfredson, William Van Horn, Don Rosa, and the like, but that's not exactly a fair criticism. In any other comic book genre, characters and titles are free to grow and change with the times, and I think it's appropriate that the Disney titles be allowed to reach for something new and different, as well. No, this is not a traditional Disney comic, but a vast supply of traditional Disney classics are being made available through Boom!'s emerging new library of classic Disney stories, so why isn't there room to enjoy both?

Wizards of Mickey isn't your traditional Disney comic, but that doesn't mean it isn't thoroughly enjoyable and absolutely worth a read. If you're looking for classic iconic Disney stories, you might try Walt Disney Treasures - Disney Comics: 75 Years of Innovation,Mickey Mouse Classics: Mouse Tails, or Donald Duck Classics: Quack Up, but if you're already familiar with how amazing classic Disney comics can be, I strongly suggest you not shy away from trying Boom!'s new efforts, as well.
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I loved the story, reminded me of "Lord of the Rings", liked it so much I'll buy the other two volumes of the saga, a story and created containing all the characters interacting with each other. Very cool it.