Ivo Milazzo (born June 20, 1947) is an Italian comic book artist.
Born in Tortona, Milazzo worked mainly for Sergio Bonelli Editore. He debuted in 1971, drawing some Tarzan stories for the French market. Together with his friend, writer Giancarlo Berardi, he created a number of characters, including in 1974 Ken Parker, one of the most appreciated western characters of European comics.
His style is somewhat reminiscent of that of Hugo Pratt.
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