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He went to California at age 22 to work on Donald Duck cartoons at Walt Disney Studios in 1935.He stayed until the animators' strike in 1941 as an animator on The Nifty Nineties, The Little Whirlwind, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo and The Reluctant Dragon.

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Among them are Askold Akishin, Andrey Snegiryov, Andrey Ayoshin, Evgeniy Zhigunov, and Misha Zaslavskiy.

These authors started a number of interesting projects.

Misha Zaslavskiy (see part 1 for an interview) and Askold Akishin created the graphic adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov’s novel which was first published by one of the Russian publishing houses, but was taken on by French publisher Actes Sud in 2005.

Today, Askold Akishin’s nickname is “the father of Russian horror”.

This is the final instalment of a three-part series on Russian comics by Maria Evdokimova.

See here for part 1, “The History of Russian Comics: An Interview with Misha Zaslavskiy” and here for part 2 “What comics are published and read in Russia?

Both were comic foils for a young black character named Bumbazine (a corruption of bombazine, a fabric that was usually dyed black and used largely for mourning wear), who lived in the swamp.

Bumbazine was retired early, since Kelly found it hard to write for a human child.

The bus is then attacked by a crowd of zombies that scream "Let us elect governors! "We wanted to stir Russia's depressing political scene and create some dialogue," he said.

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