Giuseppe Manunta

Giuseppe Manunta is an Italian comic artist. He attended the state Accademy of Art in Naples and began his career as a graphic illustrator, specializing in comics. He began publishing works in 1994, collaborating with several Italian and foreign publishers, such as Max Bunker Press, Editrice Universo, Eura Editoriale, Trentini Editions, Star Comix, Heavy Metal, Vents d’Ouest, Penthouse Comics, Tabou Editions, and Le Verger Editions. In 1988 he created the fanzine Lineachiara with Antonio Florio, dedicated to the world of comics.

In 1993 he moved to Milan, where he created short stories for L’Intrepido. Since 1998, after moving to Edizioni Trentini he begin to publish stories for Selen magazine.

In 2004, elaborating on a concept created for Blue Press and then taken up by Selen, he published two comic erotic fantasy stories, entitled “Giunchiglia the Flower of Ireland”, and “The Sacred Tome” published by Coniglio Editore, as well as some miniseries and covers for Lanciostory and Skorpio.

In 2011 he moved to Strasbourg, France, collaborating with Le Verger Editions, for which he designed two episodes of Sherlock Holmes : in 2013, “Le mystère du Haut-Koenigsbourg”, based on the novel by Jacques Fortier and written by Roger Seiter. In 2014, “Retrouvailles à Strasbourg”, for the screenplay by Roger Seiter.

All artwork © Giuseppe Manunta.

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