The Argentine artist Eugenio Juan Zoppi drew for such dailies and magazines as La Razon, Gente, Billiken and the illustrated sports supplement of El Gráfico. Zoppi was the chief editor of the Mc Perro supplement of Billiken magazine. He drew the 'Misterix' comic for several years for Abril, and also cooperated on other publications of this publisher. For the foreign market, Zoppi drew for England (Fleetway, Thomson), Chile (Zig Zag, Lord Cochrane) and Italy (Gionalino, Lancio Story). He was the artist on the first comic written by Hector German Oesterheld, 'Alan y Crazy', in 1950. Zoppi also worked freelance for several advertising agencies and publishers.
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