Boro Pavlovic

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Boro Pavlovic
Biographical information
Born: 1954, Bosnia
Nationality: Mini norway.gif Norwegian
Occupation: Artist / Cover Artist

Boro Pavlovic is a Norwegian comics artist and illustrator.


Boro Pavlovic got his degree in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana in 1979. He began working as a decorator in the Croatian National Theater in Split until 1991. In addition, he drew the comics series Les Chroniques du Chevalier Tarwe and Roxalane for the French publisher Les Humanoïdes Associés.

Pavlovic settled in Oslo in 1992, where he began working for the North-European department of the publishing house Semic. He made several covers for comics like Agent X-9, Modesty Blaise, James Bond, Herman Storm and The Phantom. He also illustrated Kjempene Faller, an adventure of Pelle et Proffen, two famous characters from Norwegian children's literature. Between 2002 and 2009, he worked with writer Christian Perrissin on the series El Nino for Les Humanoïdes Associés. Pavlovic and Perrissin continued their collaboration at Glénat with Les Munroe in 2010.

Mandrake work by Boro Pavlovic



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