Kid Paloma is a young hispanic-american from California who spends his time dancing the flamenco and playing his castanets, and it is thanks to this odd public identity that he succeeds in hiding his great secret, that he is the feared Zorry Kid: the disguised avenger who, tired of the taxes and excises that the perfidious governor Don Pedro Maganpoco imposes on the people, takes revenge using his sword and gun.
With an unlikely spanish lexicon full of mispronounced dialect and thanks to the complicity of the good monk Fra Caramba, Zorry Kid always succeeds in getting away right in front of the awkward head of police Perfidio Malandero who also ends up being the victim of the Governor’s daughter, the beautiful Alonza Alonza, called Alonza.
Zorry Kid cyclically appears between 1968 and 1973 in the Corriere dei Piccolo and then in the Corriere dei Ragazzi, he was also used for advertising and continued his adventures in Il Giornalino. Rizzoli has published a collection of his adventures in three volumes between May and July of 1975.
The best parody than Zorro that never has been realized!
This statue is a state of the art 3D creation which is perfect in every detail and captures the character and the unmistakable style of Jacovitti.