Brina the Cat #2

Brina the Cat #2

City Cat

Giorgio Salati, Christian Cornia

$7.09

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On a vacation in the countryside, Brina got a taste of her innate feline freedom when she briefly escaped her owners and joined a band of wild cats who left (or were left by) their owners. Now, Brina and her human owners, Samuel and Margret return to life in the city. Brina must re-adapt to being a closed up indoor cat in an apartment and finding her own sense of freedom. Join Brina as she takes on would be car thieves, an army of street rats, pesky pigeons, and the hustle and bustle of city life.


Author

Giorgio Salati:

Giorgio Salati
Born in Milan in 1978, he defines himself as a "professional storyteller." He has been writing for Disney since 2003. He created the LAW comic series and BookBugs. He collaborated with the Enigmatic Week, Focus Pico, the Blue Tree and some animated series (PopPixie, The Extraordinary Adventures of Jules Verne, Boo Boom). He teaches courses in comics and storytelling at the WOW Museum, the Children's Library and various schools.

Christian Cornia
Born in Modena in 1975, he is an illustrator and colorist. He worked for Piemme, DeAgostini, Unipol, Mirabilandia, and in France with Soleil and Delcourt. He has been inking for Marvel and since 2011 teaches at the International School of Comics in Reggio Emilia.

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Giorgio Salati
Born in Milan in 1978, he defines himself as a "professional storyteller." He has been writing for Disney since 2003. He created the LAW comic series and BookBugs. He collaborated with the Enigmatic Week, Focus Pico, the Blue Tree and some animated series (PopPixie, The Extraordinary Adventures of Jules Verne, Boo Boom). He teaches courses in comics and storytelling at the WOW Museum, the Children's Library and various schools.

Christian Cornia
Born in Modena in 1975, he is an illustrator and colorist. He worked for Piemme, DeAgostini, Unipol, Mirabilandia, and in France with Soleil and Delcourt. He has been inking for Marvel and since 2011 teaches at the International School of Comics in Reggio Emilia.

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