Indocina, by Stelio Fenzo
Indocina (Il Giornale Illustrato, 1951)

Stelio Fenzo worked for the magazine L'Asso di Picche and drew his first comic, 'Indocina' in 1947. From 1948 onwards, he worked as an illustrator for several magazines. In 1950, he made many comic adaptations of movies for Il Vittoriosso. Fenzo moved to Great Britain in 1953, where he started making several crime and erotic comics for the Fleetway and Thompson agencies. Back in Italy in 1962, he took over several series from Hugo Pratt, including 'Capitan Cormorant'. In 1968, he created 'Jungla' at Ediperiodici, followed by a longtime tenure at the magazine Il Giornalino, for which he made among others 'I Raconti di Saloon' and 'Amar Singh'.

Kiwi, by Stelio Fenzo
Kiwi (Lancelot #36, 1964)

Last updated: 2008-02-15

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