Marcelo Frusin was born on December 27th, 1967, in Rosario, Argentina. In 1993, upon earning his art degree, he began a professional career in comic books, beginning by collaborating with a number of local publishers. Between 1994 and 1997, he worked on a crime fiction series in post-communist Moscow, for Italian publisher Universo, before breaking into the American comics scene. He first worked for Marvel, illustrating "X-Men Unlimited," before collaborating on "Magnus Robot Fighter" with Acclaim Comics. He then switched over to DC Comics, where he would contribute to the Vertigo line for a number of years, working as illustrator and colorist for various series, such as "Flinch" and "Weird War tales." Later, Frusin became the official illustrator of the monthly series "Hellblazer," a title he held for five years. He then moved on to "Loveless," a western series he created alongside writer Brian Azzarello, and another title from the X-Men universe, with a special edition "Wolverine Annual." Finally, following his years working on American comics, Frusin landed with Dargaud, and in 2012 began a new series together with writer Richard Marazano, "L'Expédition" ("Expedition," Europe Comics 2018), an adventure series set in the age of Ancient Rome.