Nasdine Hodja by Angelo di Marco
Nasdine Hodja (Pif #36, 1969)

Angelo Di Marco is a French comic book artist and press illustrator. A self-taught artist, Di Marco began his career at age eighteen. His first comic was 'Capitaine Ardent', that started in Bravo! magazine, and was later continued in Le Parisien Libéré. Also for Le Parisien, he created 'Catamount'. He was present in Télé 7 Jours from 1960 with series like 'Ivanhoé', 'Le Petit Sherif' and 'Les Trois Mousequetaires'. He took over the artwork of 'Rock l'Invincible' in L'Intrépide from 1961 to 1962 and from 1964, he also drew several features for Télé-Poche.

Capitaine Ardant, by Angelo di Marco (Bravo, 1951)

In the 1970s he succeeded Walter Fahrer on the series of comic adaptations of 'Janique Aimée' for the Opera Mundi agency. He also took over 'Nasdine Hodja' from Pierre Le Guen, and produced several new stories with writer Roger Lécureux for Pif Gadget between 1969 and 1972. In 1988, he drew a comics version of the American TV series 'Knight Rider' (named 'K 2000' in France) for Dargaud. He also created 'Arthur et Stéphane' for Triolo and produced 'Yankee' for Claude Lefrancq publishers in 1991. Under the pseudonym Arcor he created erotic comics for Bédé Adult, such as the Henri Filippini scripted 'Dr. Sex' and 'Pot Bouille'. Angelo Di Marco was an illustrator for newspapers like France-Soir, Radar, Détective and France Dimanche.

Le Yankee by Angelo Di Marco
Le Yankee

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