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During the thirteen years of publication of Druuna's adventures in Morbus Gravis, the plot has evolved through several stages, differentiated with numerous jumps in the storyline, with some attendant inconsistencies. In the first volumes in the series, the action unfolds is a place called The City, a futuristic but degraded urban environment. Humans live in a cramped, hostile, and decadent society, controlled by a religious oligarchy based on the knowledge of "Truth. Although never clearly stated, this current era, known as the "Age of Man", is presumed to be the aftermath of a kind of war. As told by the priests, Evil had been visited on the populace by an incurable, infectious disease that transforms people in a progressive and rapid fashion into amorphous, tentacled mutants. As a precautionary measure, all of the City's inhabitants are forcibly injected with a serum periodically distributed in overcrowded health facilities.

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During the thirteen years of publication of Druuna's adventures in Morbus Gravis, the plot has evolved through several stages, differentiated with numerous jumps in the storyline, with some attendant inconsistencies. In the first volumes in the series, the action unfolds is a place called The City, a futuristic but degraded urban environment.

Humans live in a cramped, hostile, and decadent society, controlled by a religious oligarchy based on the knowledge of "Truth. Although never clearly stated, this current era, known as the "Age of Man", is presumed to be the aftermath of a kind of war. As told by the priests, Evil had been visited on the populace by an incurable, infectious disease that transforms people in a progressive and rapid fashion into amorphous, tentacled mutants.

As a precautionary measure, all of the City's inhabitants are forcibly injected with a serum periodically distributed in overcrowded health facilities. Many believe that those found to be "healthy" will be sent to the City's upper levels, a place inaccessible to the majority but where those selected enjoy a better life free from want and hardship. Similarly, those infected with "Evil" are sent to the lower levels. Druuna and her lover Shastar exist in this environment.

After a series of adventures, Druuna discover that the City is actually a giant spaceship which left Earth after an unspecified cataclysm and has drifted through space for centuries. At some point, Lewis, the ship's captain, delegated control to the computer Delta, which is responsible for creating the current state of affairs. The Priests are actually androids operated by Delta. Delta transformed Lewis into an immortal being, using organic parts from the healthy people who had been admitted to the upper levels of the City.

From the pages of Heavy Metal comes a riveting story of a dying world, a living God, a beautiful woman, and a moment in the future when time stops. Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri was born February 29, in Venice. He studied architecture and painting at Rome"s Fine Arts Academy in Rome under Renato Guttuso, and began his career as a painter in , but in he shifted his focus to comics. He is best known for his work on the erotic science fiction series. He moved to Rome in his youth.

He produced work for the Italian comics magazine Lanciostory. In , he published Morbus Gravis, the first work of the saga. The series is noteworthy for featuring realistic and explicit content including graphic violence and sexual These books have been very successful, selling more than a million copies in twelve languages.

The English language translations are published by Heavy Metal. Serpieri"s highly detailed portrayals of well-endowed heroines have earned him the distinction of "Master of the Ass". Serpieri is also credited with design work on the 3-Doctorate video game: Morbus Gravis, based on his heroine. Back to Profile. Photos Works. Main Photo Add photo. School period Add photo. Career Add photo. Achievements Add photo. Membership Add photo. Awards Add photo.

Other Photos Add photo. Other photo of Paolo Serpieri. Connections Add photo. Morbus Gravis 2: Druuna During the thirteen years of publication of Druuna's adve Creatura From the pages of Heavy Metal comes a riveting story of a Paolo Serpieri Edit Profile writer comics artist Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri is an Italian comic book writer and illustrator, noted for his works of highly detailed renderings of the human form, particularly erotic images of women.

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Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri born February 29, is an Italian comic book writer and illustrator, noted for his works of highly detailed renderings of the human form, particularly erotic images of women. He is best known for his work on the Druuna erotic science fiction series. Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri was born February 29, in Venice. He moved to Rome in his youth. He studied architecture and painting at Rome's Fine Arts Academy in Rome under Renato Guttuso , and began his career as a painter in , but in he shifted his focus to comics. In , he published Morbus Gravis , the first work of the Druuna saga. The series is noteworthy for featuring realistic and explicit content including graphic violence and sex.

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