Massimo Carnevale began his career at the publishing house Cioè e Tattilo in 1987 before joining the artist team of Eura Editoriale. From 1990 onwards, he has drawn strips and mainly covers for the magazines LancioStory and Skorpio. Most of his comic stories were made in cooperation with the scriptwriter Lorenzo Bartoli, including the six-part mini-series 'Il Dono di Eric' in 2000. Then in the late 1990s, when the magazines' most popular comics 'Dago' and 'Martin Hel' got their own series, Carnevale painted the covers of these titles as well. For the 'John Doe' series (2003), Carnevale has contributed both cover illustrations and interior art.
From 1994 to 1995 he additionally cooperated on the magazine Arthur King for Editrice Cierre. He also does covers for DC/Vertigo's 'Y: The Last Man' and 'Northlanders' and Edizioni BD's 'Garrett'. In 2007 he worked with writer Roberto Recchioni on 'Fuori Tempo Massimo' for Dylan Dog Color Fest (Bonelli).
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