Angelo Stano at Lucca Comics 2009
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Angelo Stano (born January 6, 1953) is an Italian comic book artist. He is mainly famous for his drawings for Dylan Dog, for which he drew the very first story. He is the current cover artist of the series.
After several collaborations with other publishers (Ediperiodici, Edifumetto, Staff di If, Corrier Boy, Universo), in 1985 he was chosen by Sergio Bonelli Editore to draw the first episode of Dylan Dog, written by Tiziano Sclavi. Stano drew it in a style partly inspired to that of Egon Schiele. Stano replaced Claudio Villa as cover artist for the series with #42.
In 1992, he was awarded the Bonaventura Award to Treviso Comix for reprints of paperboard Arnoldo Mondadori Editore dedicated to Dylan Dog.
From 1981 to 1999 he taught at the School of Comics in Milan.
In the issue of Dylan Dog "La legione degli scheletri" that will be released in December 2012, Stano will cover, in addition to its classical role of cover artist, even the clothes you writer and illustrator of the story, thus creating the first issue on 'nightmare investigator signed entirely by a single author.
- Biography (Italian)
- Biography from the site Bonelli (Italian)
- Biography on the site UbcFumetti.com (Italian)
- From the site Bonelli, early Dylan Dog with cover artist Stano (Italian)
- Biography from the site Dylandogofili.com (Italian)
- From the Bonelli website: Angelo Stano, cover, illustrator and writer of "La legione degli scheletri" (Italian)