Luca Novelli

Luca Novelli Luca Novelli (born 7 October 1947) is an Italian cartoonist and writer.

Born in Milan, Novelli graduated in agronomy and started drawing his first strips in 1967 for some university publications. He made his professional debut in 1971 with the comics series ''Historiettes'', published in the magazine ''Eureka'', and shortly later he created the successful comic strip ''Gli Edenisti'', published in the newspapers ''Gazzetta di Parma'' and ''Il Messaggero'' and in the magazine ''Pardon''. In 1974 he created his best known work, the comic strip ''Il Laureato'', published in the newspapers ''Il Giorno'' and ''Il Messaggero'' and in the magazine ''Men Only''. In 1976 he started collaborating with the German magazine ''Pardon''.

In 1978 Novelli released ''Viaggio al centro della cellula'', a biology comic textbook, and following its success he specialized in popular science books for children, published in Italy by Mondadori and often translated in foreign languages. Provided by Wikipedia
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