Alberto Rapisarda started writing and drawing comics in the mid-1980s for the Rome based Frigidaire magazine. At the same time, he collaborated with to the activities of the group of cartoonists/cultural association "Zio Feininger" in Bologna. In 1984 he created the serial 'Riki Andrews', a noir comic promoted and edited by a team of authors of the Italian comics scene like Andrea Pazienza, Andrea Baldazzi (co-creator) and Lorenzo Mattotti. In 1995 he founded the artist's network ConCept, with many old friends as well as Giorgio Carpinteri and Filippo Scozzari, which promotes the Italian strips through different media types like cd-rom and the internet. From 2001 he deals with an ongoing project of remakes from the work of Jack Kirby. Alberto Rapisarda is also a multimedia programmer.