Arethel, by Andrea Domestici

Andrea Domestici made his debut in 1983 with some strips for Edizioni Cioè. In 1987, he began a collaboration with the satirical and humorous magazine Crak - Il Rompimonotonia. A year later, he started his longtime cooperation with Lorenzo Batoli in the magazine L'Eternauta, producing the series 'Hunter' and 'Humilis'. He worked with Sicomoro on some stories for Mostri. He was the artistic director of Tiramolla in 1992, a magazine for which he already did artwork and covers. A year later, he cooperated on Bonvi's 'Nick Carter'. He teamed up with Bartoli again to create 'Arthur King' for the small publishing house Cierre. In 1995, the series was transferred to the publishing house Macchia Nera, and it ran until 1996. Also active in advertising and multimedia, he was a teacher at the International School of Comics in Rome. He has worked with his wife Serene Guidobaldi since 1996. They created the fantasy saga 'Arethel', which has been distributed internationally. In 2005, they took on 'Sara e Pol'.

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