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Born in Rome, Luciano Bernasconi started out working for Carlo Cedroni's agency Barbato/Mancini. There, he worked with artists like Alberto Giolitti, Ruggero Giovannini, Gino Guida, Nevio Zeccara and Annibale Casabianca. Among his credits around this time were the western series 'Dago', published by Lug.
In the early 1960s, he worked for fellow artist Carlo Cedroni's Studio Barbato, Editions Lug in France, and Edizioni Europer in Rome.
In 1966 he began a collaboration with Edizioni Europer in Rome, illustrating the war series 'Attak'. A year later, he teamed up with Luigi De Filippo to create comics with the animation characters 'Pappagone' and 'Ciccio e Franco'. For the same publishing group, he illustrated several episodes of 'La Donna Invisible'.
After an incredibly varied career he revisited the characters Kabur, Phenix and Wampus in 2000 for Semic Comics, the successor of Editions Lug. In 2004, he teamed up with other writers and artists to reclaim the rights to his characters under the banner of Hexagon Comics.
He recently collaborated on Djustine.