Caramel-Kid, by Carlo Savi

Born in Milan, Carlo Savi drew the series 'Ragar' for Ponzoni from 1946 to 1948. He illustrated several stories for Albo dell'Intrepido between 1952 and 1962, and drew 'Arriba Gringo!' for Intrepido. He has also drawn 'Aquila Bianca' and 'Caramel-Kid' and presumably contributed to the Lug series 'Bathy-09'. He succeeded Fernando Fusco as the artist of 'Lone Wolf' in the 1980s.

Thanks to Dominik Vallet for the image.

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