In 2019, the newsstands will have the chance of offering the debut albums of three limited series that will feature three characters who made the history of our Publishing House in brand new adventures.
In the last weeks, we entertained you with the future stories of our Heroes and series. We wrap up this overview with three comebacks that, we have no doubt about it, will be well received by all our readers. In 2019, the newsstands will have the chance of offering the debut albums of three limited series that will feature three characters who made the history of our Publishing House in brand new adventures. Their format will be that of the classic Bonelli albums, with 96 pages in black and white.
Let's start with the only series we already presented on these pages: Mister No. After the finale of Mister No Revolution, Jerry Drake's fans will have the chance to see in action the classic version of the character, in a 10-episode saga set in a time before the last, long adventure written by Guido Nolitta. We have already shown you a few pages by Massimo Cipriani and Marco Foderà, but our visual artist team also features Roberto Diso and Stefano Di Vitto. The three writers involved in the project are Luigi Mignacco, Michele Masiero, and Maurizio Colombo.
Another "classic" character that you will see at your newsstands in the next months is Napoleone. The last adventure of the former cop turned concierge in a Swiss hotel has been published in the summer of 2006. Entirely written by Napoleone's creator, Carlo Ambrosini, the new, 3-album series follows the life of Napoleone Di Carlo where the tale stopped, nearly 13 years ago. Please, leaf through the gallery and find out who are the artists at work on the series.
You don't have to make the mistake of thinking that is all for 2019!
The third "classic" series of the year, in the second half of 2019, is Magico Vento. The indefatigable Gianfranco Manfredi, who also created the monthly series Cani sciolti, wrote four albums telling the new, riveting adventure of Ned Ellis and his inseparable adventure mate, Willy Richards, aka Poe. We are confident that the pages that we publish here can pique your curiosity to read all the series, in a few months from now.
You don't have to make the mistake of thinking that is all for 2019. All of our characters have some more surprises in store for you; but we also have two new titles that will be the subject of other previews very soon: Attica, a project by Giacomo Bevilacqua that we presented at the last Free Comicbook Day, and Odessa, the new science-fantasy universe by Sergio Bonelli Editore, that will be at your newsstands sooner than you think. Stay tuned to find out more about it!