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THE ARMADILLO’S PROPHECY – The diversified graphic experiences of Zerocalcare

An individual story within a generational one of unease and uncertainty The relationship with his friends is important, even if sometimes he has little time to dedicate to him. He even has his own comic blog, www.zerocalcare.it, where he publishes short stories with an autobiographical background. His lifestyle includes abstinence from the consumption of tobacco, alcohol and drugs. Her stage …

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AN ARTISTIC CAREER WITH FEW EQUAL – Sergio Zaniboni, gentleman of the comics

A long and fruitful militancy on the pages of Diabolik One of the most popular Italian cartoonists, famous for having worked on Diabolik, was born in Turin in the summer of 1937. After being a technical designer and graphic designer, Sergio Zaniboni https://diabolikerie.jimdofree.com/disegnatori/disegnatori-degli-anni-60/sergio-zaniboni/ began his career as a cartoonist in 1967. After drawing I Promessi Sposi for Gino Sansoni, he …

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A TRAIN, TWO SISTERS AND A DIABOLIC THIEF – Angela e Luciana Giussani, beautiful and cultured, in an unprecedented enterprise

A crime story and the birth of a cartoon character Their comic book also inspired a film, a radio show, an animated TV series and countless parodies. Two Italian sisters, Angela and Luciana Giussani  (born in Milan in 1922 and 1928), becomed famous for Diabolik, their comic book anti-hero series created in 1962, that has sold more than 150 million …

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