The adventures of Mickey Mouse return in these kid-friendly-sized collections of classic stories such as "The Lost Explorers' Trail," "Mickey Mouse vs. The Phantom Bot," and more!
About the Author
Andrea Castellan, who uses the pseudonym Casty, is an Italian comic artist and scriptwriter. He began writing scripts for Silver's 'Cattivik' comics in 1994, and started doing art on them in 1999. In that same year, he began working on Silver's other comic series, 'Lupo Alberto'. In 2007 he was involved in the 'Cattivik' television series for Mediaset. Casty started writing scripts for Topolino (Mickey Mouse) in 2003. He does art for the Italian 'Mickey Mouse' stories as well, in a style closer to classic artists like Scarpa and Gottfredson, instead of the more regular Cavazzano-influenced Italian style.
Giorgio Cavazzano is an Italian artist that started his career at the age of 14 inking for Romano Scarpa producing stories for Disney with the characters Micke Mouse, Donald Duck, Scrooge McDuck, and others. He is known for combining the traditional appearance of Disney characters with realistic illustration of technological gadgets and machinery.
Manuel Gonzales (1913-93), a Spanish immigrant who joined the Disney staff in 1936 as an "inbetweener," the lowest rung on animation’s ladder, advanced within a couple of years to the comic-strip department. He made the pencil drawings for the Mickey Mouse Sunday page, and later for cartoon stories such as Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland, and then for all cartoon installments in the Treasury of Classic Tales.