Nico Macchia, by Carlo Ambrosini
'Nico Macchia'.

Carlo Ambrosini was born in 1954 in Azzano Mella (Lombardy) and graduated in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in 1976. He made his debut in the world of comics in that same year, when he drew war stories for Dardo editors. Later he worked for Ediperiodici and Editoriale Corno, before contributing the graphic rendering for some episodes of the 'Storia d'Italia a fumetti' by Enzo Biagi. In 1980, he started contributing artwork to Sergio Bonelli Editore, illustrating seven 'Ken Parker' episodes. In 1984 he made the medieval series 'Nico Macchia', published in the magazine Orient Express. He also wrote some western scripts for Paolo Eleuteri-Serpieri, and worked as a press illustrator and advertising artist.

Videomax, by Ambrosini

In 1986, Ambrosini made 'Il Tesoro degli Imbala', scripted by Franco Mescola in Corto Maltese. For the French publisher Casterman and the magazine Comic Art, he created the character 'Barokko' two years later. Ambrosini also published in the Blue review and cooperated with the Phoenix publishing house. In Fumetti d'Italia, he made 'Videomax' with Graziano Origa in 1992. He was part of the art team of 'Dylan Dog' over at Bonelli, for which he illustrated a couple of 1987 episodes. Also at Bonelli, he created 'Napoleone', a character graphically inspired by Marlon Brando, in 1997.

Dylan Dog, by Carlo Ambrosini
'Dylan Dog'. 

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