Inside illustrations of the following books (all from Red Series) in order of posting: No Caso Dos Discos Voadores Part 1 - Book #5, No Caso Dos Discos Voadores Part 2 - Book #6, Sangue Na Grécia - Book #10, No Mistério Do Átomo Z Part 1 - Book #7:
Example of cover design that has been used three times, twice in the Blue Series:
Example of cover design used in both Red and Green Series of the ZZ7 Collection as well as in another Collection named "Coleção Pecado". Brigitte Montfort is a character of the first book only (Red Series):
An advertising for the segment of real-estate:
Pieces for the Brazilian motion picture industry:
Editorial for the Brazilian Playboy magazine:
Known as the writer of 19 aliases, Helio Do Soveral has written approximately 230 books, most of them destined to adolescent readers. Apart of that, he has written screenplays for radio soap-operas as well as for radio and TV shows, and his work includes entire theatrical plays.
Opposite to James Bond, K. O. Durban had an anarchistic mindset and refused to be subject to the orders from the government of any country. He was the owner of an independent island in the Pacific Ocean where he lived with other 6 inhabitants: Gerda Offenbach, his German fiancé that was attended on Mondays; Consuelo, his jealous Spanish fiancé attended on Tuesdays; 瓣 莲 花 (Petal of Lotus), his Chinese fiancé for Wednesdays; Buffalo’s Daughter, his red-skin fiancé of North-American origin who was attended on Thursdays only; Jandira, his Brazilian mulatto fiancé for Fridays and M’Bata, his African origin fiancé for Saturdays. On Sundays K. O. Durban was used to rest. The flag of the island was white having in the middle the figure of two arms showing the famous gesture ‘up yours’, his message to the rest of the world.
Born on 30 September 1918 in Setúbal, Portugal, Helio Do Soveral Rodrigues De Oliveira Trigo has emigrated to Brazil very young, lived in Rio de Janeiro during approximately 60 years and passed over in Brasília on 21 March 2001.
Cover scannings: Own collection
Dagomir Marquezi's article published on VIP Exame Magazine, May 1998
Dagomir Marquezi's article published on Status Magazine, 1981