Antonio Ghura is one of the most controversial artist of the British underground comix movement. He contributed to Home Grown and Zig Zag, but he is best known for the several comic titles which he single-handedly wrote and drew. The first of these was 'Bogey', that appeared in 1975. He then started his most famous project, 'Truly Amazing Love Stories'. In his 1977 and 1981 comix 'Raw Purple' and 'The Laid-Back Adventures of Suzie and Jonnie', he dropped the sex theme for a while, and took on stories about drugs and hippie culture. Other publications are the digest sized 'Hot Nads' and 'Bogey No. 2'.