Comics in the world have reached millions of readers in the world since most of them have been published in translated languages. For instance, countries like Italy, Austria, and Germany are the leading nations in production of translated manuscripts. Inadequate research has however been conducted to unravel the mystery that comic books carry in them.
- Italian publishers of comic books
Some of the articles written have focused on the aspects comics translation paying much regard to aspects such as onomatopoeias, proper names, puns, allusions, and citations that are a characteristic of the comic, but not explicit to the medium in place. Italian comic books have undergone translation to a great extent. Over 70% of all comic books that have undergone publication in Italy have been translated. Most of these are from Japan, making around 45% of the comics, those from America make around 40% of the comics, and the rest are comics from Argentina and French. The leading houses of publishing books and comic series are Sergio Bonelli Editore and Disney Italia. Several authors have been phased out in the advent of commercial television. However, Sergio Bonelli managed to survive the ordeal. The publishing house is accredited with the publication of over twenty titles in every month thanks to over two hundred and fifty draughtsman and authors. Bonelli comics are twelve thousand annually on average and close to a hundred and sixty published pages that are already in stock.
- Dylan Dog
Sergio Bonelli is the publisher who is accredited with creation of Italian comics of genre. The stories and all the series while usually having American settings that are out of the ordinary are drafted and combined by authors of Italian origin. New narrative genres began to gain entry into the aboriginal tradition of Italy traditional of editing. These genres include mystery, science fiction, detective fiction, and horror.
Dylan Dog combines the detective and horror story, the extremely fashionable and triumphant narrative genres with a special touch on romance. Dylan Dog therefore appeals to a very large population comprised of male and female and adults and teenagers. Dylan Dog resembles Rupert Everett and he is almost hitting the 40 year mark. His residence is in London. He was a Scotland Yard detective but an alcoholic. He is currently a vegetarian who plays the clarinet in reference to Sherlock Holmes-a famous detective who resides in London and used to play violin.
Dylan Dog keenly involves himself in modeling, drives a Volkswagen beetle, has phobia in flying, keen in modeling, does not smoke, and he falls in love with any woman he happens to meet in many of his adventures.
He lives with Groucho, his assistant who actually double of Groucho Marx, as the renowned American comedian was used to doing. Dylan Dog’s enemies are not expressly defined. The distinction between evil and good in Dyland Dog’s works is as clear as the daylight. American heroes are always very strong, blond, and they understand how to behave in comic publishing.