Tiziano Sclavi

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Tiziano Sclavi
Born (1953-04-03) April 3, 1953 (age 64)
Broni, Italy
Nationality Italian
Area(s) Writer
Notable works
Dylan Dog, Dellamorte Dellamore

Tiziano Sclavi (born April 3, 1953 in Broni) is an Italian comic book author, journalist and writer of several novels. Sclavi is most famous as creator of the comic book Dylan Dog in 1986, for Italian publishing house Sergio Bonelli Editore. More than eighty titles have appeared in the series, which has sold 3 million copies. It has been in collaboration with several artists, including Claudio Villa, Corrado Roi, Gustavo Trigo, Carlo Ambrosini, Luigi Piccatto, Angelo Stano, Mike Mignola, Andrea Venturi, Giampiero Casertano and Bruno Brindisi.[1] The 1994 horror film Cemetery Man was inspired from Sclavi's novel Dellamorte Dellamore.[citation needed]



  1. ^ Lambiek Comiclopedia. "Tiziano Sclavi". 

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