Charlie Chaplin, by Sergio Zaniboni (Il Giornalino, 1986)

After his work as a graphic designer and illustrator for advertisements, Sergio Zaniboni entered the field of comic strips. In 1969, he started out working for the comic magazine Horror. After that, he joined the staff of Diabolik magazine, where he became their main artist. Zaniboni also drew two children strip stories for the Corriere dei Piccoli and Il Giornalino.

from Horror, by Sergio Zaniboni (1971)
story from Horror, by Sergio Zaniboni

He was the illustrator for 'Il Campione' (the Champ) and 'Tenente Marlo' (Lieutenant Marlo) for Il Giornalino. In 1991, Zaniboni drew a special story of the Italian western hero 'Tex Willer' entitled 'Piombo Rovente' (Burning Lead) for Sergio Bonelli Publishing House.

Chris Carella, by Sergio Zaniboni
Chris Carella, by Sergio Zaniboni

Diabolik, by Sergio Zaniboni
Diabolik, by Sergio Zaniboni

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