Ramarro, by Giuseppe Palumbo

Giuseppe Palumbo is an acclaimed Italian cartoonist. He began his career career working for the Reporter newspaper, and later also to Tempi Supplementari and Frigidaire. He created the character 'Ramarro', one of the first masochist comics superheroes. In 1990, he contributed to Mondo Mongo and the cyberpunk magazine Cyborg ('Miracoli' with Massimo Semerano). In 1993, he joined the Bonelli team and worked on 'Martin Mystère'. From 1994, he was present at Phoenix Enterprise with several miniseries, including 'Cut', 'Jumbo' and 'Tosca la Mosca'. In 2001, he illustrated a new version of the first 'Diabolik' story, published by Astrorina.

Illustratione, by Giuseppe Palumbo

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