Giorgio Cambiotti

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Giorgio Cambiotti
Biographical information
Born: May 30, 1931
Died: January 31, 2004
Nationality: Mini italy.gif Italian
Occupation: Artist
Website: n/a

Giorgio Cambiotti (1931-2004) was an Italian artist.


After having worked for the Rosi Studios in 1968, he drew some Mandrake the Magician and "L’Uomo Mascherato" ("The Phantom") stories in the early part of the seventies (1972-1973) for the Italian publisher Fratelli Spada. He is however most known for Italian erotic comics in the same period, being the creator and illustrator of “Jacula”, vampire comics character. He also drew comics for German ("Reno Kid"), British ("The Steel Claw") and even American ("Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery", "The Twilight Zone") publications.

Mandrake work drawn by Giorgio Cambiotti

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