L'Amante de Doge, by Alarico Gattia (in Comic Art)
L'Amante de Doge (Comic Art #74, 1990)

Alarico Gattia worked as an advertising illustrator before he was employed by the Italian publisher Mondadori for many years as an illustrator. In 1968, he wrote and illustrated two books about American weapons. He began his comics career in the late 1960s in Il Corriere dei Piccoli, Horror and Diabolik. He then joined Il Giornalino, where he illustrated several comic adaptations of literary works. Gattia joined Bonelli in 1977, where he wrote and drew 'L'Uomo del Klondike' and 'L'Uomo del Sud' in the collection 'Un Uomo, un'Avventura'. He is the president of the Italian Associazione Illustratori. He also cooperated on the collection 'Storia d'Italia a Fumetti' and on the French series 'L'Histoire du Far West' at Larousse. After some short stories in Comic Art in the 1980s, he became an artist of the series 'Tex' at Bonelli.

L'Uomo del Klondike, by Alarico Gattia

Last updated: 2009-05-08

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