Agente Allen, by Mario Rossi (1986)

Born in Genova, Mario Rossi moved to Rome in 1968, where he spent several years painting. He joined the studios of Sergio Rosi in 1970, where he did the backgrounds of 'Oltretomba' and 'Jacula'. From 1973, he drew 'Don Giovanni e il Demonio' for the publishing house Barbieri. A year later, he joined Il Corriere dei Ragazzi, where he did several short stories. From 1975, Rossi drew 'Maratona' for the educational Campironi Scuola 2000 periodical.

Max Mado, by Mario Rossi

He did several episodes of 'Zorro', and he took over 'D'Artagnan' from Floriano Bozzi. He began a collaboration with Il Giornalino in 1977, taking on the series 'Max Mado' (text by Mario Basari) and 'Agente Allen' (text by Tiziano Sclavi) and 'Yelo III' (text by Cominelli). In 1989, he became a staff artist on the Bonelli series 'Nick Raider' and 'Mister No'.

Agente Allen, by Mario Rossi (1986)

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