New comic page for a short story.


Fangoria review. By the wonderful Barbie Wilde.

Coming from Dark Regions Press: DEEP LIKE THE RIVER by Tim Waggoner, a new horror novella from the author of The Nekropolis Archives and Supernatural: Carved in Flesh.


Video and final version.


New artwork in progress!











Veins and Skulls available on Amazon Italia:…

New reviews:
En la lista negra
LuxAtman Lux Atenea Webzine


I’m glad to announce that VEINS AND SKULLS is now available from Amazon & Barnes & Noble.

Feel free to spred the word!

Amazon US:…
Amazon UK:…
Barnes & Noble:…
and all good booksellers.


My baby has arrived and looks good!

You can buy it here:

Here some reviews by:
C.S. Kane
Peter Coleborn
Scott Colbert
Volker Baetz
Rob Teun




You can find new pieces availables at:













Dear friends,

This is a very special moment for me. I have spent the last few months working on my personal project. This is the first time I worked alone, by myself, to give life to something that would represent a small goal for me. Now it is ready and I hope you enjoy it.

So I’m delighted to announce that my art book VEINS AND SKULLS is now available to order from the SST site at:

Hardcover, 64 pages full color. Introduction by Jeff Mariotte.

From the publisher:
VEINS AND SKULLS is a beautiful and haunting art book by award-winning illustrator and comic artist Daniele Serra. It brings you all new images of erotic horror that will draw you deep into the artist’s amazing world. The dark and moving illustrations depict the confrontation between life and death. VEINS flow warm blood maintaining life. SKULLS are cold and still as in death. Daniele Serra’s work can be found on the covers and inside many books and comics. He has worked for some of the biggest publishers in the world and his artwork has also won him the British Fantasy Award.

“Unique and stunning. Daniele is a fantastic artist.”— Joe R. Lansdale

 “Daniele Serra makes art of great sensitivity and subtlety—he can communicate more in the shape of a line and the shade of a tint than many painters convey in an entire canvas. Look into his work and it looks deep into you.”
— Ramsey Campbell

The estimated shipping date for the book is 31st of December.

Coming soon from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.


If someone is interested to review it on blogs, magazines and other stuff, just let me know.