This is a highly sought-after and collectible cover of the iconic comic book “Micky Maus” issue number 27, published in Germany on June 28th, 2001. Written by the talented scribe Mrozik and illustrated by the renowned artist Ray Nicholson, this cover prominently features the beloved character Goofy as the protagonist.
A must-have for any comic book collector or Disney fan, this piece of history from issue number 27 is a valuable addition to any collection.
Ray Nicholson is a British comic artist and illustrator, who is known for his work in the British comics industry in the 1970s and 1980s. He began his career in the comics industry working for Fleetway Publications, drawing stories for various comics such as “Valiant” and “Battle Picture Weekly.” He later worked for IPC Magazines, drawing stories for “2000 AD,” “Action,” and “Battle.”
In addition to his work in comics, Nicholson also illustrated book covers and worked as an illustrator for advertising and educational publications. He has also provided illustrations for several children’s books.
Throughout his career, Nicholson’s work has been characterized by his attention to detail and realistic style. He is known for his ability to create dynamic and expressive characters and settings. He has been praised for his ability to convey action and drama in his illustrations. He is considered one of the most talented artists of his generation and his works are highly sought after by collectors.
This unique piece is hand signed by the artist and includes the Certificate of Authenticity of Corner4art.
This artwork is in mint condition and features a piece of paper with Goofy’s face on it. Please note that the third image is for reference.