A beautiful combination of masterful pen work and cheeky perversion has made Milo Manera one of comic’s best known illustrators. The italian born artist made his comics debut in 1969 drawing for Genius, a Fumetti neri series of pocket books from publisher Furio Vanio. He continued his sexual revolution through the seventies with a strong world wide underground following. In the early 1980’s, he made his mark in the U.S. with his the graphic novel “The Ape”—which was featured in HEAVY METAL magazine—continuing his legacy and distinct style across the comic world. These days he continues to do work shown around the world, including a special edition comic for Marvel’s X-Men, called X-Woman. (Insert eye roll here). Learn more about Milo at his official website.