comic art by Corrado Roi

Corrado Roi was born in Varese and began working at the Origa studios in Milan at a young age. There, he published 'Il Monello' for If until 1986, when he became a staff artist at Bonelli. He is best known for his work on 'Dylan Dog'. 'Dylan Dog' is a about a paranormal investigator, and his assistant (who looks like Groucho Marx), who find themselves fighting demons, masters of the occult, and a real need for sleep. He has also worked on 'Martin Mystère', 'Nick Raider', 'Zona X', 'Mister No', 'Magico Vento', and 'Julia'.

Dylan Dog, by Corrado Roi

Dylan Dog, by Corrado Roi

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