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Spaghetti, Prosciutto et leur nièce Mandolina. by Dino Attanasio - Comic Strip

Spaghetti, Prosciutto et leur nièce Mandolina.

Comic Strip
Papier dessin.
31 x 25.5 cm (12.2 x 10.04 in.)
Quatrième plat (dos) de la BD.


Quatrième plat (dos) des aventures de Spaghetti.


Illustration publiée pour le dos de couverture des albums de Spaghetti et Mandolina: "Les Tontons" et "Charter pour l'enfer" aux éditions des Archers en 1985 et 1986 dans la collection BD parade. Spaghetti et son cousin Prosciutto sont dessinés à l'ancienne alors que leur nièce est plutôt moderne. Dino Attanasio reste et restera un grand classique de la BD.

About Dino Attanasio

Dino Attanasio (real name Edoardo Attanasio, born 8 May 1925) is an Italian-born Belgian author of comics.After studies at the Academy of Arts of Milan, Dino Attanasio started to work in illustration and animation in the 1940s. He moved to Belgium in 1948 with his brother Gianni, also an artist. Shortly after his arrival, the young artist got in contact with Tintin magazine, for which he drew some illustrations, and decided to devote himself to comics. In the 1950s, he published Criche e Croc in the Italian magazine Il Giornalino and Fanfan et Polo in La Libre Belgique with scripts by Jean-Michel Charlier and then René Goscinny. At that time, he also worked for Spirou magazine with some contributions to Les Belles Histoires de l'Oncle Paul. In 1954, he published "Pastis et Dynamite" in Line with Greg.

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