Sergio Bonelli Editore (formerly CEPIM and other names) is a publishing house of Italian comics founded in 1940 by Gian Luigi Bonelli (1908–2001). It takes its name from its former president, comic book writer Sergio Bonelli (1932–2011), son of Gian Luigi.
The company was founded as Casa Audace Editrice in 1940. In 1957, when Sergio took over as director, the press was renamed to Edizioni Araldo. In subsequent years the name of the press was changed to CEPIM, Daim Press, and Altamira — sometimes being known by two names simultaneously. In c. 1990, it was renamed Sergio Bonelli Editore in honor of the younger Bonelli.