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Edoardo Morricone

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Edoardo Morricone
Biographical information
Born: January 15, 1946
Died: N/A
Nationality: Mini italy.gif Italian
Occupation: Artist
Website: N/A

Edoardo Morricone (also using the pen-name Morrik or Edward Morrik) is an Italian artist.


From 1996 to 2000, Morrik inked some Phantom stories pencilled by Felmang.

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Phantom work by Edoardo Morricone


Team Fantomen stories

# Title Writer Artist
1 "The Wages of Sin" Reimerthi Felmang, Morrik
2 "Land of the Totems" DePaul Felmang, Ferri, Morrik
3 "The Star of Sekhmet" Ikonen, Hansegård, McLaughlin Felmang, Morrik
4 "Fight Evil, Part 2" Reimerthi Felmang, Morrik
5 "Julie and the Witchdoctor" Reimerthi Felmang, Morrik

Frew stories

# Title Writer Artist Comment
1 "The Child Soldiers of Mucar" Maccanti Felmang, Morrik