Raffaele Della Monica cancelled his artistic studies to become a fulltime comics artist. He is one of the co-founders of the Studio CAF in 1977, that released the Trumoon fanzine. He began working professionaly in 1982, when he illustrated the 'Wallenstein, il Mostro' series, scripted by Giovanni Romanini. From 1983 to 1985, he was an artist of the series 'Alan Ford'. He joined the Staff di If, and cooperated on Bravestar and the Disney magazine Topolino. He returned to realistic comics when he joined Bonelli publishers, doing stories with 'Mister No', 'Zagor', 'Martin Mystère' and 'Tex'. He became a freelancer and drew the series 'Gordon Link' for Dardo.