Original complete story made with Indian ink by the artist Luciano Bernasconi, aka Saint Germain, of the sexy erotic comic “Sbarre n. 3” entitled “Carcere Nuovo Galera Vecchia”, published in 1984.
Indian ink on cardboard sheet, size 24 x 16.4 cm.
Condition: very good.
*In the last photo there is the published comic, not included!
Luciano Bernasconi (aka: Lube and Saint Germain) was born in Rome in 1939. After a stay in Brazil, where he created drawings for advertising publications, he returned to Italy and from 1959 to 1964 he prepared the pencil plates for Carlo Cedroni, drawer of the Roman agency Barbato-Mancini, who was in charge of the comic book production for the publisher Lug of Lyon. In the same period he also had occasional collaborations, always for pencil plates, with Alberto Giolitti, Ruggero Giovannini, Gino Guida, Nevio Zeccara. In 1966 he started his collaboration with the magazine Attak, for Europer Edizioni in Rome, creating pencil and Indian ink plates.
In 1967 his name was associated to the series Pappagone, created and written by Luigi de Filippo, and the following series Ciccio e Franco. For the same publisher, the Gallo Rosso in Rome, he drew some booklets of Donna Invisibile, plus various illustrations. In 1968 he drew three albums of Intrepido for Editrice Universo. In 1969 he started the collaboration with Editions Lug through the agency Martini-Maffi in Milan, creating the series Wampus and Bob Lance, some episodes of which were published also in Italy. In 1970 he started a direct relationship with the French publisher, which lasted until its closing down. For France, in addition to Wampus and Bob Lance, he created several characters: L’Autre, Kabur, Waki, Le gladiateur de bronze, Bob Flay, L’ami Barry, Jeff Sullivan, Billy Boyd, Phenix, Kit Kappa, Starlok and some episodes of the series Baby Bang, plus two episodes of the Grande Blek and some single stories.
- Original artwork
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- 30x tavole originale episodio completo - Saint Germain
- Year oldest item
- Very fine
- Loose page
- Luciano Bernasconi (Saint Germain)