The creators of Dragonero

A short biography of Luca Enoch and Stefano Vietti

Born in Milan, (June 12, 1962). His career began as a graphic designer and illustrator, for both publishing and advertising houses. His professional debut was in 1991, on Fumo di China, with the fantasy story “Eliah”, while in 1992 he published the short comic story "Bersek", on L’Intrepido. After a few months he created the series "Sprayliz", for the same magazine. The  strip "Skaters" and the character "Piotr” followed. For Bonelli Editore he’s been a writer and artist of a few Legs Weaver albums, and in 1999 created the 18-issues short series Gea. He wrote “Morgana”, art by Mario Alberti, and “Rangaku”, art by Maurizio Di Vincenzo, both for the French market (published by Les Humanoïdes Associés). In 2007 Enoch publishes “Dragonero”, the first album of “Romanzi a fumetti Bonelli”, written by him and Stefano Vietti, with art by Giuseppe Matteoni.
In 2008, after the end of  Gea, Lilith makes its debut at newstands, his new series, always published by Bonelli. In june 2013 the monthly series of Dragonero makes its debut, taking off after the events told in the same named Romanzo a Fumetti, scripted together with Vietti.

Born in Chiari (Brescia) in 1965. In 1990, together with other comic writers from Brescia, he started the magazine Full Moon Project  (Edizioni Eden). Afterwards he was in the staff of Lazarus Ledd, by Star Comics. For Star Comics he created in 1994 the sci-fi series Hammer. Since 1995 he’s been working with Sergio Bonelli Editore, writing stories for Nathan Never, Legs Weaver, Zona X and Martin Mystère. He works also for Il Giornalino (“Yelo III”, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, “Gray Logan”, “N.E.X.T. 02”, “Spider-Man”) and Disney, as a script for the series Kylion. In 2007 Vietti publishes “Dragonero”, the first album of “Romanzi a fumetti Bonelli”, written by him and Luca Enoch, with art by Giuseppe Matteoni. In june 2013, Dragonero becomes a regular monthly series.