Skaters, by Luca Enoch

Born in Milan, Luca Enoch studied at the scientific grammar school. He began his artistic career drawing for the advertising field. He made his comics debut in Fumo di China, a magazine for which he created the demon hunter 'Eliah'. He won the first prize in a contest at the International Convention of Comics and Fantasy in Prato with his humorous story 'Raptus' in 1990.

Sprayliz, by Luca Enoch

For the magazine Intrepido, Enoch produced 'Berserk', 'Sprayliz', 'Skaters' and 'Piotr'. He also joined the magazine Action, where he illustrated 'Ninjaboy' in the style of Warner Bros. Enoch eventually joined Bonelli, where he became an artist and writer fo the series 'Legs Weaver'. Also at Bonelli, he launched his own 'Gea' series. In 2003, he teamed up with artist Mario Alberti to write 'Morgane' at Vittorio Pavesio Productions.

Gea, by Luca Enoch

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Last updated: 2010-12-03

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