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Angelo Todaro

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Angelo Todaro
Biographical information
Born: 1945
Died: N/A
Nationality: Mini italy.gif Italian
Occupation: Writer, Artist, Cover artist
Website: Official website

Angelo Todaro is an Italian artist.


Born in the Italian Province of Taranto in 1945, Angelo Todaro moved to Rome in the early sixties to attend the Artistic High School. In 1967 he worked for the Fratelli Spada, drawing many stories "Mandrake the Magician" aswell as some "Phantom" stories. Also for Fratelli Spada, he did some episodes of "Rip Kirby" signed under the pseudonym of Al Todd.

After this period, he worked with the Studio Giolitti. The Studio was directed by Alberto Giolitti, an Italian artist that had done comic strips in South America and in the USA, like the well-known "Turok, son of Stone", "Star Trek" and "Gunsmoke", on which Angelo Todaro was in charge of inking.

Angelo Todaro also have worked on comics series as "FBI", "Lasso" and "Buffalo Bill" for the German editor Bastei Verlag, and drew at least one Phantom story. He made a series of albums for the Italian publisher Editore Ediperiodici under the pseudonym Paul Bennett and from the seventies to the nineties drew stories of typical Italian productions "Oltretomba", "Terror", and "Terror Blu".

Phantom works by Angelo Todaro


Fratelli Spada stories

# Title Writer Artist
1 "Venus of the Jungle" ? Todaro
2 "Unattainable Emeralds" ? Todaro, Felmang ¤
3 "Like Lightning from the Sky" ? Todaro
4 "Traffickers in Hong Kong" ? Todaro ¤
5 "The Assassination of the Phantom" ? Todaro ¤
6 "Desperate Struggle" ? Todaro, Cozzi ¤

Bastei stories

# Title Writer Artist
1 "The Curse of the White Goddess" Mennigen Todaro

Frew stories

# Title Writer Artist
1 "The Stubborn Sorcerer" Todaro Todaro
2 "The Honglong Kidnapping, Part 1" Todaro Todaro
3 "The Honglong Kidnapping, Part 2" Todaro Todaro
4 "Shangri-La" Andersson Todaro
5 "The Yacht Thieves" Todaro Todaro
6 "Legacy of the Drummer" Constant Todaro


Frew posters

Frew covers