November 2, 2011
September 23, 2011
Bill’s Donald story “The Life Of The Party” (D2010-076, 10 pages) is waiting in Egmont’s wings. Plagued by a cold, Donald has to accompany Daisy to a ball …
The first publication worldwide is scheduled for issue no. 47 of the Scandinavian weeklies. The story will be translated into German by Gerd Syllwasschy.
August 28, 2011
Egmont has cleared Bill’s comic “Nose Job” (D2008-307, 9 pages) for publication. Donald is spying after several illustrious persons …
The first publication of the story can be expected for issue no. 42 of the Scandinavian weeklies. Gerd Syllwasschy will do the translation into German.
July 24, 2011
Two new WVH comics are going to be released in Europe in the next months.
Both stories will be translated into German by Gerd Syllwasschy.
May 1, 2011
April 1, 2011
Bill has finished his Donald Duck comic “The Life Of The Party” (D2010-076, 10 pages).
He already has two new scripts ready:
The June issue of Donald Duck no. 367 will include a reprint of “Trees A Crowd” (AR140, 8 pages).
February 27, 2011
BOOM has scheduled another comic by Bill for publication: WDC 719 will feature the Donald Duck story “The Heat Of The Moment” (D2008-122, 9 pages).
February 22, 2011
Egmont is preparing the publication of another comic by Bill. “From Dawn ’Til Dusk” (D2009-123, 10 pages) tells the strange tale of the Ducks’ search for a rock on Knobknocker Flats. The story was written by Peter Kowalewski nearly two years ago.
German and Scandinavian releases are scheduled for May.
February 15, 2011
William Van Horn is turning 72 today. Happy Birthday, Bill!
The first to congratulate was David Kops from the Netherlands.
February 1, 2011
Walt Disney’s Comics 715 features a new cover by William Van Horn which parodies the very first WDC cover from 1940. Originally, this cover had been intended for WDC 700.
As it looks, the Van Horn comic “Just In Time” (D2007-305, 10 pages) will already be published in April in WDC 718. Bill also made a cover illustrating this story.
January 2, 2011
Good news for the new year: in 2011, several Van Horn stories will be published in English for the first time.
The first to come is WDC 717 with “Scrooge For A Day” (D2007-304, 8 pages).