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A few updates for the people who still visit this page:

  •  I am currently working on a long graphic novel (in Italian), Le tende bianche, which should be published sometime next autumn (hopefully). You can follow the updates on the facebook page here. I am posting a sketch/glimpse of pages every Tuesday, and some reading/watching recommendations every Friday. Le tende bianche will be an historical graphic novel set in Italy in 1796, during Napoleon's first Italian campaign, and it will feature a lesbian love story. The comic will be 100% in watercolors.

Le tende bianche by cabepfir

  • You can now find me also on Instagram. My Instagram is only for art - no personal updates there.
  • As usual, you can always find me on facebook, twitter and tumblr. While I'm not much on twitter and tumblr (though I post there from time to time) I'm always on facebook, so if you wish you can add me there.
  • Due to the fact that I'm drawing a long comic in watercolors, I made two short videos about watercolor paper, one about Canson Montval and the other about Langton Prestige. Both are in Italian, sorry. It's possible that I will make more watercolor videos in the future.

Let Go comic preview 2 by cabepfir

  • Let Go, the graphic novel I drew last year for Ted Kupper & Jon Perry of the Review the Future podcast, has been shipped to all Kickstarter backers in the last few weeks. If you happen to be one of them, please drop me a note and let me know how you liked it!

Native Lands cover by cabepfir

  • Native Lands, the other sci-fi comic I worked on lately, is of course always available on Comixology for purchase. Issue 4 will be available soon.

Thank you by hase-illustration

  • Listening to: Sabaton
  • Reading: Flora, by Gail Godwin
  • Drinking: tea
Hello. Long time without an update. I'm busy drawing Let Go, a graphic novel written by Jon Perry and Ted Kupper about life changes in the next future. You can learn more about it - as well as see preview pages - here…

At long last, I've also created a twitter account. So if you wish to follow me there, I can be found at cabepfir
  • Listening to: Sabaton
  • Reading: Miss Lockharte's Letters
:star: UPDATE: You can support the Native Lands Kickstarter here:… :star:

Native Lands cover by cabepfir Native Lands preview by cabepfir  Native Lands #1 available now! by cabepfir Native Lands cast by cabepfir Native Lands #2 preview by cabepfir  Native Lands Kickstarter is live! by cabepfir


Our Kickstarter will be live on Wednesday 20th! To help us complete Volume 1: The Gifted Ones [Issues #3 and #4], please fund us through this amazing website! Whether it is a small or a large donation, everything will help, and you can receive rewards for donating! We've got paperback and hardback copies of the book available as well as t-shirts, posters, original artwork and more!

There will be more information [and the link to our Kickstarter page] on Wednesday, thank you for all the support so far!

The Team

follow Native Lands on facebook - on tumblr - on Twitter

  • Reading: And They Didn't Live Happily Ever After
Let Go, a futuristic graphic novel I'm drawing for writers Jon Perry and Ted Kupper (of the Review the Future podcast) was successfully funded on Kickstarter (YAY!) Thank you to all who contributed. Jon, Ted and I will make our best to deliver you the best product possible.

You can read the first 16 pages of Let Go here.

Let Go comic preview by cabepfir  Let Go comic preview 2 by cabepfir

I also wanted to let you know that both Native Lands and Death Saves (a fantasy anthology featuring a short story drawn by me) are now available on Comixology. Go check them if you haven't yet!

Native Lands cover by cabepfir   Roll of the Die page 01 by cabepfir
  • Reading: Evgenij Onegin
Hi guys,

As some of you already know, I celebrated my birthday one week ago.

Over the course of the last year, I drew over 120 comic pages professionally (not counting the over 150+ pages of stories I sketched for my own.) Unfortunately, only a limited number of those pages have been made public. Six pages were for a submission pitch I never heard anything anymore about (the writer simply disappeared.) Another handful were for another submission pitch that actually made through the first stages of approval by a publisher, but was ultimately discarded by the said publisher (it happens.) Some were for a project in which I really believed, but that plunged into a well of problems that haven't been completely drained yet.

Of the projects I worked on, only a couple have been distributed. The first was the fantasy anthology Death Saves: Fallen Heroes of the Kitchen Table, which was a huge success on Kickstarter (it became also a Kickstarter staff pick) and which is now available on amazon. It featured the short story Roll of the Die, that I drew and colored on a script by Mike Sebastian.

 The second is the sci-fi series Native Lands, which I'm drawing for writer James Cavanagh. You can buy the first issue discounted here for the Geek Fest Sale Fest. You can follow it on facebook, twitter and tumblr. Issue #2 is in progress at the moment.

Native Lands cover by cabepfir   Native Lands preview by cabepfir  Native Lands #1 available now! by cabepfir   Native Lands cast by cabepfir

Now, a third project could become reality with your help! Let Go is a sci-fi indie graphic novel about a family struggling to adapt to a rapidly changing near future world. I've already drawn the first 16 pages of it (you can read them here.) Let Go is now on Kickstarter to help funding the rest of the book. Please support us (and me into seeing one more of my works become available to readers!)

Let Go comic preview 2 by cabepfir   Let Go comic preview by cabepfir

Thank you,

  • Reading: I, Claudius
  • Drinking: I'm thirsty

Native Lands available for pre-order!

Journal Entry: Wed Jul 22, 2015, 9:47 AM
Native Lands cover by cabepfir

Native Lands cast by cabepfir   Native Lands preview by cabepfir

Native Lands - Issue #1: First Step, shall be available for digital download on Comicsy and Comicsfix on the 27th July!

Physical copies shall also be available at Bazbo Comics in Truro and Newquay in the following weeks; as well as at Mancester Comic Con and GeekFest in Redruth!

Skin by UszatyArbuz
  • Watching: Quo Vadis (Rai 1985)
  • Drinking: iced tea

Native Lands preview!

Journal Entry: Tue May 26, 2015, 2:49 PM
Hello everybody!
You might have seen my latest deviation, the cover for the upcoming comic NATIVE LANDS

Native Lands cover by cabepfir

You can now read a four-pages preview of Native Lands on tumblr!

Follow Native Lands on
Tumblr by Th3EmOo
Facebook by Th3EmOo
Twitter by Th3EmOo

Skin by UszatyArbuz
  • Drinking: I'm thirsty

Ricardian Week in Leicester

Journal Entry: Mon Mar 30, 2015, 2:51 AM
Hi guys,

I came back from England on Saturday after a busy week following Richard III's reburial in Leicester. You can find some pics on my facebook page:…

Also in occasion of the Reinterrement week, I wanted to let you know that my original Ricardian illustrations are on sale! Please note me for prices and other infos. (prices are around 40-70$)

Richard III and family by cabepfir Leaving for the battle by cabepfir The Boar front cover by cabepfir The Boar back cover by cabepfir Richard sitting by cabepfir

I also now have a dozen copies of my Ricardian graphic novel THE BOAR for sale. (The Boar is usually on sale on lulu and on amazon.) Price is 9$/8€/7£/ plus shipping. (Shipping prices varies according to country.) If you are interested, send me a PM.

Richard III stamp by cabepfir Thanks - Grazie by TheStampKing

Skin by UszatyArbuz
  • Drinking: I'm thirsty

In Absentia is now available on Comixology!

Journal Entry: Wed Mar 11, 2015, 7:45 AM
In Absentia is on Comixology by cabepfir
In Absentia new cover by cabepfir
In Absentia p1 by cabepfir

My comic In Absentia #1 is NOW available on comixology Submit! Be sure to check it out! #cXSubmit

This new edition features an introduction, new lettering, all the sketches done as perks for Indiegogo funders (including never shown before art!) and thanks! Grab a copy for .99cents!

Skin by UszatyArbuz
  • Drinking: I'm thirsty

New Etsy shop!

Journal Entry: Sun Jan 25, 2015, 7:06 AM
Etsy1 by cabepfir

Hi! This is a first notice to let you know that I'm building an Etsy store to sell some of my old fanarts (and some original art too, eventually.) I'm still building it, but you can already take a tour and have a look! There are some ASOIAF and HP fanarts there so far.

If there's something you'd like to see there, or if you have any question, you can PM me here or send me a mail at Thank you!

For Sale at Etsy by foxyboxysolutions  Thank you my friends STAMP by izka197  Thanks - Grazie by TheStampKing

Skin by UszatyArbuz
  • Reading: Lighting the flame, by Sarah Wendell
  • Drinking: I'm thirsty

In Absentia - Just submitted!

Journal Entry: Sun Jan 11, 2015, 3:16 PM
In Absentia new cover by cabepfir

Just submitted the new edition of In Absentia to ComiXology - let's wait, people!

Thank you my friends STAMP by izka197  Thanks - Grazie by TheStampKing   I support COEXIST by fw-mag <da:thumb id="505658753"/>

Skin by UszatyArbuz
  • Reading: Lighting the flame, by Sarah Wendell
  • Watching: The Tudors

OCD Awareness Week

Journal Entry: Mon Oct 13, 2014, 7:29 AM
Immagine036 by cabepfir

I'm supporting OCD Awareness Week! For the occasion, all my #inktober entries for the week will be devoted to OCD. (I'm posting my Inktober entries here on tumblr.)

I am an OCD sufferer (that doesn't mean that I'm "sooo OCD!") and I'm glad to spread the word.

Learn more about OCD here.

#ocdweek #thatsocd

Skin by UszatyArbuz
  • Listening to: OCD podcast
  • Reading: A gentleman undone by Cecilia Grant
  • Drinking: I'm thirsty
Hi guys,

I'm opening commissions now! Waiting for a new gig, now that I finished drawing The Endling.

All infos are here:

Commissions open! by cabepfir

I'm accepting also HP, ASOIAF and OUAT commissions.

Commissions - Open by SweetDuke
  • Listening to: Nightwish + Floor Jansen
  • Reading: Flowers from the Storm
  • Drinking: I'm thirsty
I got featured on Comic Book Resources, for the Month of Women in Comics! Read the article here: goodcomics.comicbookresources.…

An excerpt:
Latella nails Amber’s personality so well. I think her depiction of Amber really sells the book the best. Latella makes Amber feel like a real person. Meanwhile, Latella also does a great job depicting all the crazy evolutionary enhancements that the Endling has, like the ability to cut off his own toe and control it to kill people. It’s sick but also awesome (and also based, kind of, on the properties of a real life animal).

You can read The Endling every Thursday on :heart:
  • Listening to: POTC soundtrack
  • Reading: Beauty by Robin McKinley
  • Watching: Ender's Game
  • Drinking: I'm thirsty

The Endling will resume tomorrow!

Wed Jan 29, 2014, 2:49 PM
Hi guys,

A short entry just to let you know that THE ENDLING, the digital comic I'm drawing for Thrillbent, will relaunch tomorrow after a four-months hiatus! This second half will pick up exactly where we left, with Amber and Zavi being chased in the lab building by Lee's men. 

You can find a recap of what happened so far here.

And an interview with our writer Jonathan Larsen plus a preview of Issue 21 here on Bleeding Cool.

Please join us on facebook and on twitter for more updates and discussions!

Use Comixology? You can buy the Endling here.

See you tomorrow!

Listening To:
Deathcab for Cutie
Modern Warfare 2
  • Listening to: Within Temptation
  • Reading: North & South
  • Watching: Breaking Bad
Zz Download Endling20 Tb-1100x825 by cabepfir

I've been lacking in updating every Thursday news of the Endling, but this is a big one, and the few people who pass from here probably know that already. The weekly publication of the Endling on had almost reached the production, so we had to make calculations and decide to take a break, so we could stack a decent number of chapters before starting publishing again.

So the production hasn't stopped: I've sent the last pages for Issue 22 right this morning, I'm preparing the bonus material for Collection #3 and working proceeds as usual.

We will be back online at the end of January.

In the meantime, please join the Endling on facebook or on Twitter to keep up with updates!

The second, necessary update is that I'm coming to New York! I'll be touring the NY Comicon in company of a very good friend, and hopefully we'll see something of the city as well. We are organizing with other Thrillbent authors, to see if we can recognize each other in first place, and then eventually do something. We'll keep you informed!
  • Listening to: Lana Del Rey

The first collection of the comic I'm drawing for Mark Waid's and John Rogers' is now on sale on the Thrillbent store! It includes the first four chapters, DRM-free, plus more than ten pages of bonus material (including afterword by author, Jonathan Larsen, sketches, layouts and pencils.)

Please share and join us on facebook / twitter! It's very important for me!
  • Listening to: Lana Del Rey
The Endling promo by cabepfir

In my latest poll, many people seemed not to know what The Endling is. The quick answer is: it's the digital comic I'm drawing for

Endling Issue 2 by cabepfir

For a slightly longer answer, what's better than to quote an extremely nice review The Endling just got from the guys at Secret Identity Podcast…?

The Endling preview by cabepfir

Mark Waid's digital comic platform Thrillbent has already produced some pretty amazing properties like Insufferable and The Eighth Seal </em>(which I recently reviewed on Secret Identity). Lately I've been checking out The Endling by Jonathan Larsen and Cecilia Latella, and it may be the best one I've read yet.

Endling03 02 by cabepfir

The Endling
is a mind-bending story that begins with a simulation program being run by the CDC to try and cure diseases. The program simulates billions of years of human evolution. One day the program simulates the birth of what could be the last human being. The child has evolved to the point that it can communicate through the computer simulation to real human beings in our world. It makes contact with a high school science student and convinces her to help it make the transition to our world. There's just one problem--the child is basically a super-powered killing machine that will probably bring about the end of the world.</i>

Endling 04 01 02 by cabepfir

There are currently ten chapters up on Thrillbent that you can read for free. Larsen's story is expertly-paced, and reads like a good movie. Latella's artwork is consistently good, and the digital format allows for some cool and creepy storytelling techniques.

Endling06 10 color by cabepfir

You can read the first issue of The Endling in the embedded reader below, and the check out the full series over at I highly recommend it.

Endling 10 by cabepfir

If you like it, follow us on Facebook or on Twitter : it would be greatly appreciated!

And good reading xxx
  • Listening to: Lana Del Rey
  • Reading: The Talented Mr Ripley
  • Drinking: iced tea
The Endling preview by cabepfir

The first issue of the comic I've been working on for months is finally online... Go to and read it!…
  • Listening to: Marina and the Diamonds
  • Reading: The Unwritten
  • Drinking: water

News: The Endling

Journal Entry: Tue Mar 12, 2013, 12:49 AM
Since the news is out, I could at least share it with you!

So, what have I done in the last months? I've been working on a new webcomic which should start at the end of the month on Thrillbent. Story is by Jonathan Larsen. This is what the writer wrote about it:

've long been interested in evolution, especially the ramifications of natural selection. I learned and thought and think about evolution not from a biological perspective but from a philosophical one. My faculty advisor in college was the well known philosopher (to the extent such a thing exists) Dan Dennett, who went on to write Darwin's Dangerous Idea, among other things.

After getting the opportunity to write a couple Batman stories for DC Comics, I began to think about projects of my own I wanted to do. One of them is a big, cool saga I hope to start soon, but as I shopped that around and spoke about it with various people in comics, I realized I should have another pitch in my back pocket, just in case. I began to think it might be fun to think about what the last human would be like. And how he got that way.

I hadn't known this before I began looking into the concept, but there actually is a term for the last individual specimen of a given species. The endling.

But the Endling isn't the hero of this story. The hero is a high-school senior named Amber Black. The story became less about the last humans and their world, than about current humans and our world; the prices we will and won't pay to save our world.

What the Endling ultimately is, well, I'm curious to find out what people have to say about that once the story is done.

It's scheduled to begin this month, so keep checking back. Once it's up, I'll link to it here. Or better yet, sign up for emails letting you know when each installment goes up!

This is the facebook page for the Endling: Please like!

And a few previews:




Rafe Santos

A podcast with the writer talking about the Endling:…

Wait for more news! I hope you'll like it!

  • Listening to: Dreamgirls
  • Reading: Les MisÚrables
  • Drinking: milk