In conjunction with the new movie adaptation, Claudio Nizzi and Nadir Quinto realize the comic adaptation of the classic Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, which tells the adventures of the March sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth ed Amy with a timeless freshness. The four girls are so are so well characterized that it is natural to find them on the big screen and among the cartoons of a comic: Nadir Quinto confirms its ability to reproduce environments and costumes and manages to recreate a true masterpiece of psychological rendering of the characters.
Nizzi starts his career as comic book writer in the ‘60s for il Vittorioso and il Giornalino, creating Larry Yuma, Capitan Erik, Rosco e Sonny. In the ‘80s he switch to Bonelli writing stories for Mister No and Tex.
Quinto, among the pioneers of Italian comics, has realized the comic adaptation of numerous classics, including Little Women, The Wizard of Oz, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.