Alberto Ponticelli began his professional career self-publishing comics with a team of friends called Shok Studio. The work would later be translated and published in the United States by Dark Horse Comics. He then worked for several magazines including Heavy Metal and Frank Frazetta Fantasy Illustrated. He would go on to pencil Sam and Twitch written by Brian Michael Bendis for Image Comics and Marvel Knights and the Blade 2 movie adaptation for Marvel Comics. In 2006, he illustrated "la rage au poing" graphic novel for the French publisher KSTR, a story about mixed martial arts in the Brazilian favelas, for which he won the Boscarato award for best artist. Blatta, the first graphic novel he's both wrote and illustrated, won the 2009 Micheluzzi award for best artist. He is currently the artist of the Eisner-nominated ongoing UNKNOWN SOLDIER from Vertigo written by Joshua Dysart.
BATMAN – THE DARK KNIGHT VOL. 4: CLAY
In these tales from BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #22-29, the origin of the classic Batman villain Clayface is revealed – and a new mystery is introduced! Batman and Commissioner Gordon...
JUSTICE LEAGUE #23.3: DIAL E
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DIAL H #14
With a gang of strange new allies, Nelson and Roxie jump through reality after reality on a quest to learn the origins of the dials. But the signal is VERY busy!
BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #27
In this conclusion to the storyline “VOICELESS,” the illegal immigrants of Gotham City have been forced into slave labor by the Penguin.
GREEN LANTERN #23.3: BLACK HAND
In a world with no heroes, death lies behind every turn! Black Hand arrives to take advantage of Forever Evil, and he may be the most dangerous player yet!
DIAL H #15
This extra-sized conclusion to the epic DIAL H series has all the answers you’ve been looking for, and more questions you didn’t even think to ask! Stay on the line!
DIAL H #13
This issue must be read to be believed! Open-Window Man tells the tale of a world of living graffiti that’s on the verge of erasure.