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Luca Erbetta
Biographical information
Born: April 27, 1979
Died: N/A
Nationality: Mini italy.gif Italian
Occupation: Cover artist
Website: Offical Website

Luca Erbetta is an Italian cover artist.


He was born in Genoa. He graduated from the artistic high school Ego Bianchi and published his first comic in France. From 2005 to 2008 he worked on the series "Watch". In 2010, he illustrated a four-chapter story called "The Writer" as part of the "Sam and Twitch" series, produced by the American publisher Image. His first Phantom cover was published in 2018.

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Phantom work by Luca Erbetta


Fantomen covers

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