Tanpopo And Kuro Go Online
d'Errico Studios Ltd. has unveiled the new online home of the literature-inspired cult manga series Tanpopo, by Camilla d'Errico. The site provides information about the storyline, the premise, the characters, and the creator, along with downloadable art, and a blog with a twist.AdaPia d'Errico, Managing Director of d'Errico Studios Ltd., explains the growth of the property, "Tanpopo has been embraced by teens and young adults who tell us how much they love the story, the characters, and the literature. This started as a short 20-page comic, and it's been growing because of the passion it has inspired in the readers and fans. We're thrilled by the response and excited to grow further by expanding the series, introducing new characters, creating new art, and making new and fun products for the fans. It's been an unexpected but most welcome whirlwind."Tanpopo is the manga series created by Eisner nominated artist Camilla d'Errico, and explores the story of a mysterious girl who unknowingly makes a pact with the devil in disguise, Kuro, in exchange for the opportunity to experience love and happiness. Inspired and narrated by classic literature, the series has become a cult favorite amongst comic and manga fans, for its beautiful art and the novel way of approaching literature and poetry."With the website we are giving fans - old and new - all the information about the story, the concept and the characters as we develop them," says Creative Director and Creator, Camilla d'Errico, "we are looking forward to interacting with fans on the blog, unveiling new art, and using this platform to make some major announcements about the property this year".d'Errico Studios has developed the Tanpopo brand and stories into products including plush toys, apparel, handbags and accessories found online, in stores, and at comic and anime conventions across North America. Books can be purchased on the Tanpopo & Kuro Store and Camilla d'Errico Store, on , and in select boutiques, book stores and comic shops.