While prowling around Corto Maltese’s old haunts in Venice this week, my wife Lorraine Turner and I stopped at the city’s one and only comics shop: ZAZÀ, and spent some time visiting with our new friends Giacomo Vella and Tommaso Listo. They’re great guys, who graciously put up with our (very) limited Italian and showed us some of their favorite Italian comics. The “fumetteria” carries an exceptional variety of comics for all age groups and tastes. For those who plan a trip to Venice, don’t miss ZAZÀ, Calle dell’Olio o del Cafetier, Sao Polo, 2424 – Venezia, and tell them Dean sent you!
Dean Mullaney and Kurtis Findlay are back with another episode of the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast!
In this episode, Dean and Kurtis discuss Steve Canyon Vol. 8, Star Wars Vol. 2 and Corto Maltese: Golden House of Samarkand. Plus, learn about Edwina Dumm, “Cap” Stubbs and Tippie, with Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum Associate Curator Caitlin McGurk!
Why not start the year of with a new episode of the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast, hosted by Dean Mullaney and Kurtis Findlay!
In this episode, Dean and Kurtis discuss Lights of the Amalou and Tales from the Age of the Cobra. Plus, find out just what it takes to bring an Italian classic to a North American audience with Corto Maltese translator Simone Castaldi!
We loved last month’s release of Man of the Great North by the legendary Hugo Pratt, so why not follow that up with even more Pratt?
Coming July 2018, LOAC’s sister imprint EuroComics presents CORTO MALTESE: TANGO, volume seven in the acclaimed European classic by Hugo Pratt, Translated by Dean Mullaney and Simone Castaldi.