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[[Mickey Mouse]] and [[Goofy]] are in the right place at the right time to be sent by aging adventurer [[Pangaea Toft]] to an African jungle where three of his friends were lost twenty years prior. Mickey and Goofy are joined by the bird [[Magellan|Flitter]] and Pangea's young but resourceful niece [[Eurasia Toft|Eurasia]]…
 
[[Mickey Mouse]] and [[Goofy]] are in the right place at the right time to be sent by aging adventurer [[Pangaea Toft]] to an African jungle where three of his friends were lost twenty years prior. Mickey and Goofy are joined by the bird [[Magellan|Flitter]] and Pangea's young but resourceful niece [[Eurasia Toft|Eurasia]]…
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
This story was first printed in February of 2006 in ''Topolino'' #2506. It was printed in English in 2017 in ''Mickey Mouse'' #310. As per the American tradition, the dialogue was not only translated, but also [[Localization|reworked]], by [[Jonathan Gray]].
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This story was first printed in December of 2003 in ''Topolino'' #2506. It was printed in English in 2015 in ''Mickey Mouse'' #310. As per the American tradition, the dialogue was not only translated, but also [[Localization|reworked]], by [[Jonathan Gray]].
 
[[Category:Stories]]
 
[[Category:Stories]]
 
[[Category:Comic Stories]]
 
[[Category:Comic Stories]]

Latest revision as of 15:53, March 1, 2018

The Lost Explorers' Trail is a comic story written by Casty, penciled by Giorgio Cavazzano and inked by Sandro Zemolin. It features Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and, in their debut, Eurasia Toft, Pangaea Toft, Magellan, Kundari Kandam. The localization by Jonathan Gray also mentions Ponce de León.

DescriptionEdit

Mickey Mouse and Goofy are in the right place at the right time to be sent by aging adventurer Pangaea Toft to an African jungle where three of his friends were lost twenty years prior. Mickey and Goofy are joined by the bird Flitter and Pangea's young but resourceful niece Eurasia

Behind the scenesEdit

This story was first printed in December of 2003 in Topolino #2506. It was printed in English in 2015 in Mickey Mouse #310. As per the American tradition, the dialogue was not only translated, but also reworked, by Jonathan Gray.

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