About Giuseppe Palumbo
Giuseppe Palumbo is an acclaimed Italian comic book artist. After his studies in Archeology, he began his career working for the Reporter newspaper and in 1984 he published the book 'Sul dorso di Atlante'. By 1986 he drew the adventures of the masochist superhero 'Ramarro' for Tempi Supplementari of the publishing house Primo Carnera in Milan. He subsequently contributed to Frigidaire, Nuvola Bianca, Dolce Vita, Fuego and Mondo Mongo.
From 1990, he was a lecturer at the School of Comics in Milan. He additionally worked for advertising agencies, and created new 'Ramarro' stories with Daniele Brolli as well as 'Miracoli' with Massimo Semerano for the cyberpunk magazine Cyborg. In 1994, he joined the Bonelli art team to work on 'Martin Mystère' stories. He also developed several mini-series for Phoenix Enterprise from 1994, including 'Cut', 'Jumbo' and 'Tosca la Mosca'.
In 2001, he illustrated a remake of the first 'Diabolik' story by Alfredo Castelli, published by Astrorina. He has subsequently worked on new 'Diabolik' stories.
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