Aipo, by Flavio Colin

Flavio Colin was a versatile Brazilian comics and advertising artist. He started out at Rio Gráfica e Editora in the late 1950s, where he did a comics adaptation of the radioplay 'O Anjo'. In the 1960s, he created his character 'Sepé Tiarajú', as well as dozens of horror stories, among which 'O Morro dos Enforcados'.

O Senhor das Almas Perdidas, by Flavio Colin (Almanaque Assombraçao)

He also did comic adaptation of the films 'Shane' and 'Os Brutus Também Amam', as well as 'Vizunga'. In the mid-1960s, he began working as a storyboard artist for several several advertising agencies. Colin returned to the comics scene in the 1970s with 'O Grande Livro do Terror', using a new style. He cooperated on magazines such as Spektro, Neuros, Sertão e Pampas, Calafrio, Mestres do Terror, Mundo do Terror and Inter Quadrinhos. In the 1990s, he created the albums 'A Mulher Diaba' at Editora Sampa, and 'O Boi Das Aspas de Ouro' at Editora Escala.

Praga de Urubu, by Flavio Colin (Almanaque Assombraçao)

Vizunga, by Flavio Colin

Last updated: 2007-08-31

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