Roman artist Pino Rinaldi began his career as a graphic designer in the mid 1970s. Together with his brother Rino, he made his first comics for the magazines published by Eura Editoriale (Skorpio and LancioStory) between 1980 and 1983. He also drew stories for the magazines 1984, published by Il Momento, and Boy Music, published by Rizzoli. A story originally created for the latter, called 'Omega', wasn't published by Lo Vecchio until 2010. His art had heavy influences from American artists like Neal Adams and John Buscema. This can be seen in the 'Martin Mystère' and 'Nathan Never' stories he made for the publisher Sergio Bonelli from 1989.
By 1993, he was working for Marvel UK on the mini-series 'Wild Angels', and he later also began a collaboration with Marvel USA. Among his credits for this company are 'Freedom', the series 'ClanDestine', 'Fantastic Force', 'Ultraverse vs X-Men', 'Thor' and 'Phoenix Aftermath'. In 1997, he was the first artist of the relaunch of the 'Savage Sword of Conan' series in Europe. with the futuristic series 'Agenzia X' (2000), 'Wizzie the Witch' (2001), 'Twee-Van-poor' (2002) and 'Willard The Witch' (2003). He has additionally worked as a cover artist for a variety of publishers, such as Max Bunker Press, Fenix, Maximus Press and 1000VolteMeglio Publishing.