Ci Vediamo Domani
Nedeljko Bajalica was born in Laufen, Switzerland into a family of Serbian origins. He moved to Rome at the age of 16 and studied and the School of Comics from 1991 and 1993. He met Benito Jacovitti in 1992 and became his assistant for a period of five years. He has cooperated on nearly all of Jacovitti's final productions, including the 'Cocco Bill' book 'Cocco Bill di qua e di là' for Sergio Bonelli Editore.
In 1996 he created his own comic, 'RAP', with the help of his tutor Jacovitti, which was published by Balocco Editore. After Jacovitti's death in 1997, Bajalica left the field of humorous comics. He made the graphic novel 'Ci Vediamo Domani', an adaptation of stories by psychiatrist and sociologist Paolo Crepet (Edizioni BD, 2005). He subsequently started his second graphic novel 'Un Mondo Migliore' for the online magazine Coreingrapho.
One of 4 strips for IN magazine of the Zara corporation