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Giancarlo Caracuzzo














Giancarlo Caracuzzo was born in Rome on 15.09.1960. His father's name is not Joseph, but he's a carpenter. His mother is a real entertainer: she sings and playacts, even while she is doing her housework.
Thanks to this energy and this fervor, the little Giancarlo improves and develops his creativity -- he, with his brother, builds toys and invents fantastic stories.

Since 1982 he has been an illustrator and cartoonist. He has worked with the largest European and American publishing companies.

Career Highlights

2010/2012 Art on the 12-episode miniseries Orson Scott's Formic Wars, for Marvel Entertainment

2010 Ilustrated "Les larme d'opium" & "Hercule Potiron" for the french "Editions Delcourt"

2010 Art for Marvel Entertainment the "Gorilla Man" miniseries

2010 Art for Image Comics  on the horror collection "Random acts of Violence", based on J. Palmiotti and J. Gray's lyrics.

2010 Art  the 24th episode of the Cable series, some Agents of Atlas stories, Iron Man and Spiderman for Marvel Entertainment

2010 Art for DC Comics on "Jonah Hex #58

2009 Art on a horror miniseries for IDW Publishing, "The Last Resort" in collaboration with J. Palmiotti & J. Gray

2005/8 Collaborated with the french editor "Editions Robert Laffont" and and art on two series, "Les Larmes d'opium" with the screenwriter R. Dalprà and H. Poirot's parody, "Potiron", with Pierre Veys

2005/7 Collaborated with Editions Dupuis on two collections about the life of Cleopatra, ("La Derniere Reine") with screenwriter  P. Weber

2005 Collaborated with the American Devils Due Publishing, with art on two episodes of the superhero serial "Infantry"

2004 Art for the editor Sergio Bonelli with two new collections for the miniseries "Brad Barron"

2004/5 Created 78 colored illustrations for the editor "lo Scarabeo", "I Tarocchi dei Samurai", inspired by the japanese medieval mythology

1993/2007 Founded and taught in the "Scuola Romana dei Fumetti" (The roman comic school)

1996/2003 Illustrated cinematographic storyboards on "La Leggenda Al, John e Jack" of Aldo Giovanni e Giacomo, "la Bibbia"

2001/2003 Collaborated with the editor Sergio Bonelli and illustrated four collections of the "Nick Rider" comic

1997/2001 Collaborated with the editor Sergio Bonelli and illustrated five collections of the "Julia" comic

1994/1997 Illustrated for the editor "Universo" the graphic supervision and five episodes of the comic serial "Esp"

1991/1994 Art on 15 noir comics ("Nero") for the editor Granata Press, who also publishes the comic book "Storia di cani"

1993/1999 Illustrated for the editor "Universo" and for the magazine "L'Intrepido" 20 episodes of a fantasy comic.

1989/1993 Collaborated with the editor Sergio Bonelli and illustrated 5 episodes of the "Martin Mystère" series

1986/1991 Illustrated for the publisher Acme several episodes of horror comics for the Splatter & Mostri magazine

1982/1986 Collaborated with the editor Eura and illustrated several episodes of fantasy comic for the "Lancio story" and "Scorpio" magazines

1982/1986 Ilustrated for the editor Cioè comics for the music magazines "Boy comics" and "Rosa shocking"

1980/1986 Collaborated with the stage setting company "Stam" as painter and decorator of the scenery for the plays "l'Aida", "Il barbiere di Siviglia", "Gli spettri", "I masnadieri", "Romeo & Giulietta", "l'Impostore", "la Tosca", "la Cavalleria rusticana", "i Pagliacci", "il Don Giovanni", "Sogno di una notte di mezz'estate"