Looks like the new project from Fantagraphics is going to be a series of books called "Disney Masters". I didn't find any information on Fantagraphics' own website yet, but three books are listed on Amazon:
Disney Masters Vol. 1: Romano Scarpa: Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Delta Dimension May 8, 2018 ISBN 978-1683960966
Disney Masters Vol. 2: Luciano Bottaro: Walt Disney's Donald Duck: Uncle Scrooge's Money Rocket Jun 12, 2018 ISBN 978-1683961093
Disney Masters Vol. 3: Paul Murry: Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Case Of The Vanishing Bandit Jul 17, 2018 ISBN 978-1683961130
From the titles and descriptions it looks like this will be a series of books each dedicated to one creator. And the description say they will include newly translated stories too, and hopefully with some editorial text and bacground information about the creators.
Two of the three are Mickey Mouse volumes by Romano Scarpa and Paul Murry which makes me happy. I don't recall if I've seen anything by Luciano Bottaro before, though.
And the one by Scarpa contains two of his best Mickey stories unseen in the US! I suppose that Topolino nel favoloso regno di Shan-Grillà was so far unpublished because of the not very bright way the inhabitants of Shan-Grillà are portrayed to behave (even if they are a fictive people). A Fantagraphic book is the perfect place to avoid this kind of issue.
Luciano Bottaro is hard to forget, if you have seen any of his stuff.
Me for the Bottaro volume, coz I'm a Duckfan. The Bottaro stories that have particularly struck my fancy are "la nipote del Cosaro Nero" (pirate Daisy!) and "The Lake Mess Monster" (written by Chendi)...both read in French comics. I just did an Inducks search, and if I did it right, it looks like "Tycoonraker!" (the first Zantaf story) is the only Bottaro story published in the USA so far.
Great news, although I won't be buying any of the first 3 volumes, as Murry's work never interested me, and the same goes for Disney comics produced in Italy. Volumes I would definitely buy: Van Horn (a complete Van Horn Library would be even better, but it seems unlikely that such a series will ever get published), Rota, Branca. A volume featuring the few Disney comics of Pat Block would also be very welcome. I wonder how many volumes Fantagraphics is planning to release per year. Also, I'm hoping that the future of the series will be less focused on Disney comics produced in Italy.
Yeah , I also hoped for Van Horn library, actually from some other forums I have been checking out, regarding this topic Van Horn is the first name that comes up, I think he is the most popular out of the egmont guys and the whole gemstone/gladstone era.