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Sergio Bonelli

Real Name
Sergio Bonelli
Pseudonyms
Annalisa Macchi; Guido Nolitta


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Date of Birth
December 2, 1932

Date of Death
September 26, 2011

Place of Birth
Milan, Province of Milan, Italy

Place of Death
Monza, Province of Monza and Brianza, Italy

Creations
Zagor; Mister No


First publication

Unknown





Personal History

Personal History of Sergio Bonelli is unknown.


Professional History

Sergio Bonelli (Milan, December 2, 1932 - Monza, September 26, 2011), also known as Guido Nolitta (pseudonym used when scripting comics) was an Italian comic book writer and publisher.

Biography

Son of Gian Luigi Bonelli (creator of Tex and founder of the publishing house Audace) and Tea Bonelli (who, in 1946 became head of the company), he entered the world of comics and publishing at a young age. He took on many roles in the family company: everything from bellhop to warehouseman, as well as answering readers' letters.

He debuted in comics in 1954, with the pseudonym of Annalisa Macchi, writing a booklet drawn by Roy D'Amy, featuring the Indian named Ciuffetto Rosso (Red Lock of Hair).

In 1957 he takes charge of the Araldo publishing house, that will one day become Sergio Bonelli Editore, one of the most important comic publishers in Italy (in terms of copies sold), replacing his mother Tea.


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