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.
UNKNOWN SOLDIER VOL. 4: : BEAUTIFUL WORLD
In the hands of the men who created his fractured psyche, the Unknown Soldier learns the truth about himself. Collecting issues #21-25 of the series.
UNKNOWN SOLDIER VOL. 2: EASY KILL
In this second volume, collecting issues #7-14 of the acclaimed series, a militant group makes the Unknown Soldier an offer: To focus the world's attention on Africa's problems, kill American celebrity Margaret Wells on Ugandan soil.
UNKNOWN SOLDIER VOL. 3: DRY SEASON
A brutal murder at an IDP camp sends The Unknown Soldier spiraling into the dark underground of the refugee population in this new collection of issues #15-20.
UNKNOWN SOLDIER VOL. 1: HAUNTED HOUSE
"UNKNOWN SOLDIER could be a new Vertigo classic." — The Onion"A story with teeth, unafraid to confront some horrific truths about the world we live in, Joshua Dysart's UNKNOWN SOLDIER is a comic that genuinely matters." — Garth Ennis"This is an immensely brave, intelligent and ruthless piece of work. You need to read it." — Warren Ellis