In 1980, Ramaïoli created the science fiction series 'Mado et Maildur' in Méfi and later Ère Comprimée. A collection of his short stories, 'Ouest Terne', was published by Glénat in 1984. He drew 'Le Dauphin Blanc' in Okapi and 'La Conquête du Mexique' with Carbonnel at Larousse publishers. Again with René Durand, he made 'Comme un Vol d'Hirondelles' in 1987, the first part of the 'Zoulouland' cycle. Ramaïoli took over the writing of the scripts from the fourth album. In 1989, he did the artwork for François Corteggiani's historical saga 'L'Horus de Néken' published by Milan. With Philippe Aubert, he made 'Ardoukouba' at Éditions Blanco, a series later renamed 'L'Or de Saba' at Soleil Productions.
Using the pseudonym Simon Rocca, he worked on 'Corpus Christi' (with Mathieu) and 'Vae Victis' (with Jean-Yves Mitton) at Soleil Productions. Also for Soleil, he made 'Les Scythes' (1993) and 'La Saga de Bas-de-Cuir' (1995). As a scriptwriter he has worked with artists like Angel Bautista ('Les Maudits', 1993), André Houot ('Le Khan', 1994), Février ('Le Fléau de Dieu', 1995), Christophe Bec ('Princesse Rouge', 1995), Thierry Girod ('Wanted', 1995), Michel Suro ('Barca', 1996), Serge Fino ('Starblood', 1999) and Jean-Claude Cassini ('Bouffe-Doublon', 1999), all published by Soleil.