comic art by Fabrizio Borrini

Fabrizio Borrini, who is from Liège, is one of the new generation of comics artists that emerged in Spirou magazine in the 1990s. Although having worked in the comics profession since ten years earlier, he made his first appearance in Spirou in 1994. He drew numerous short stories and covers until he launched his 'Inspecteur ZBU' series with writer Eric Omond in 1998. In this futuristic one-page comic, the reader has to help space detective ZBU solve a mystery. while doing this more mainstream comic, Borrini continued doing short stories and covers, in which he showcased his talent for drawing surrealistic landscapes. Borrini's abstract and psychedelic paintings have been exhibited throughout Belgium, France and Romania.

Inspecteur ZBU, by Fabrizio Borrini

Last updated: 2008-03-21

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