(b. 1927, France) As a self-taught artist, Angelo di Marco started drawing at age eighteen. Starting out in Bravo! magazine, he created 'Capitaine Ardent', his first comic that was later continued in Le Parisien Libéré. Continuing his comics work for Le Parisien, he created 'Catamount'. From 1970 Di Marco illustrated 'Ivanhoé' in Télé 7 Jours. He took over the artwork of 'Rock l'Invincible' in L'Intrépidé from 1961 to 1962. From 1964, Di Marco drew several series for Télé-Poche.In the 1970s he succeeded Walter Fahrer on the comics adaptation of 'Janique Aimée' (for Opera Mundi). He also took over 'Nasdine Hodja' from Pierre Le Guen for some episodes (published in Pif Gadget). In the late 1980s, he drew 'K 2000', a comic based on the American television series. He also started 'Arthur et Stéphane' in Triolo. In the early 1990s, Di Marco produced 'Yankee' at Claude Lefrancq publishers. He also took on the pseudonym Arcor to create erotic comics for Bédé Adult, such as the Henri Filippini scripted 'Dr. Sex' and 'Pot Bouille'.
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