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Druuna is an science fiction and fantasy comic book character created by Italian cartoonist Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri. Druuna is frequently depicted as sparsely clothed or nude, and Serpieri's high quality renditions of her are often reproduced as poster prints.
Druuna's adventures revolve around a post-apocalyptic future.
Morbus Gravis (Dargaud, 1985) reprinted in Heavy Metal Magazine Vol. 10, #2 Summer 1986
Druuna (Dargaud, 1987) reprinted in Heavy Metal Magazine Vol. 12, #1 Spring 1988
Creatura (Bagheera, 1990) reprinted in Heavy Metal Magazine Vol. 16, #4 (magazine lists it as Vol. 17, #4) Nov. 1992
Carnivora (Bagheera, 1992) reprinted in Heavy Metal: Software Special Edition Vol. 7, #2, 1993.
Mandragora (Bagheera, 1995) reprinted in Heavy Metal Magazine Vol. 19, #4 Sept. 1995
Aphrodisia (Bagheera, 1997) reprinted in Heavy Metal Magazine Vol. 21, #4 Sept. 1997
La Planète oubliée (The Forgotten Planet) (Bagheera, 2000) reprinted in Heavy Metal Magazine Vol. 25, #2 May 2001
Clone (Bagheera, 2003) reprinted in Heavy Metal Magazine Vol. 27, #5 Nov. 2003
Anima: Les Origines (Glénat BD, 2016)
Venuta Dal Vento (Came From The Wind) (Lo Scarabeo, 2018)
Serpieri Obsession: In Search of Druuna (Heavy Metal Magazine, 1993)
Druuna X (Heavy Metal Magazine, Dec. 1993)
Druuna X 2 (Heavy Metal Magazine, 1998)
Serpieri: The Sweet Smell of Woman (Heavy Metal Magazine, 2000)
Croquis (Serpieri Sketchbook)(Bagheera, 2001) reprinted in Heavy Metal Magazine, 2001.
Serpieri Sketchbook 2 (Heavy Metal Magazine, 2002)
Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri
Druuna starred in eight volumes of the Morbus Gravis (Severe Disease) series between 1985 and 2003. These stories were featured prominently in Métal hurlant and Heavy Metal magazines. Druuna has also been featured in Serpieri's numerous and popular sketchbooks, which have sold more than a million copies in twelve languages. Serpieri himself appears in many of the stories as the character Doc.