At least 15 years ago, I read a comic book about a hero from our world being summoned to a magical realm (it might have been a different planet). The magical realm is divided by colors: red, blue, green and yellow. The humans have those skin colors as well, except there are humans with no color at all (pink skins). Those are used as slaves.
Our protagonist turns up to be one of those (he is caucasian, so it means pink skin colorless to the natives) and is almost immediately enslaved after his summoning and trying to accomplish something in the red nation. The main villain is the Red King, the king of the red realm. He is a sort of warmonger. His daughter, red princess, gets a liking for the protagonist and makes him her personal slave.
The blue realm wizard is helping our protagonist. We don't see much of the other realms, except for one panel that shows that giants live in the deserts of yellow realm.
The story ends as the red princess is captured and used as a hostage by the blue wizard. The protagonist is then sent home.
It is all a sword and sorcery sort of comic book. It might be European.
Edit: I read it in my language, but I doubt it was originally written in it. It might have had Rainbow in the name. I read it between 1997 and 2003, but I think it was written in the 80s, because my country got everything 10 years late. It might have had our hero carrying sword on the cover. Along with wizard and I think a lion or a wolf or maybe tiger.
Might be either the writer or the drawing guy had French or Spanish name. Something like Guliani or Cartiani. Or maybe La Fuego or La Fuente.
The style in the book was like modern John Carter of Mars comics(but it IS NOT John Carter of Mars). The style on the cover was realistic, like pulp book covers. Or Conan the barbarian cover, I guess.
I think that target audience was either older teens or adults. I have read it in a magazine and it was cut in 3 pieces there (the magazine is weekly, so I read it in 3 weeks) but I think it was the length of stand-alone graphic novel.