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The official magazine of Miraculous on the Italian newsstand

10 Nov - 2017

Tags from the story: Miraculous, Panini.

After the success of the TV series, aired on Disney Channel and Super!, finally it has come the magazine of Miraculous – The stories of Ladybug and Chat Noir!

Miraculous – The stories of Ladybug and Chat Noir was born as a series of French Japanese Korean and Italian animated series, produced by Zagtoon, Toei Animation, SAMG Animation, Method Animation and De Agostini. Broadcasted for the first time in 2015, Miraculous has become very popular all over the world in a very short time.

Marinette is a middle school student similar to many others. The difference? She can be transformed by its earrings, which are miraculous and transmit the power of creation, in Ladybug. Her secret love is her schoolmate Adrien, son of Gabriel Agreste, a famous fashion designer. Even Adrien hides a secret: thanks to a ring it receives the powers of destruction and can become Chat Noir. The two super heroes have to protect Paris from Akuma, malicious butterflies that transform people who feed negative feelings into super bad. Will Ladybug and Chat Noir defend the city and reveal their mutual love while secretly keeping their identity?

Ladybug and Chat Noir now continue their adventures even in their official magazine. The magazine has 16 pages of comic strips with the most adventurous adventures, so many insights, fashion styles, games and much more. In addition, readers can receive the official beauty sets of the series free of charge.

Every issue has an official tribute, as in the tradition of the Panini magazine. On newsstands on the 15th of each month since last September.

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