comic art by Laura Zuccheri

Laura Zuccheri began her career in 1993, being one of the first artists of Ken Parker Magazine. A member of Ivo Milazzo's art studios, she cooperated on nearly all the early episodes of 'Ken Parker', until the series was transferred to Bonelli. She kept working on the series however, but she also took on the independent comic 'Hardware' with text by Maurizio Mantero. In 1998, she graphically created the series 'Julia', with text by Mantero and Berardi. She is also an advertising artist.

comic art by Laura Zuccheri

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