"It's amazing that a boy from a small town near Venice in Italy has the opportunity to be part of Star Wars. I grew up with this mythos and it's an honor to work on it with Greg. I'm very happy to draw again his fantastic scripts. We will do our best to add a little piece of history to that galaxy far, far away…"
―Marco Checchetto[src]

Marco Checchetto (born 1975) is an Italian comic-book artist who has drawn Marvel Comics' miniseries Shattered Empire, Obi-Wan and Anakin, and Captain Phasma, written by Greg Rucka,[1] Charles Soule,[2] and Kelly Thompson[3] respectively. He also pencilled The Screaming Citadel, Part I one-shot, written by Kieron Gillen.

Checchetto began his career in 2002 by drawing covers for PlayStation Magazine, and started working for Marvel Comics in 2007 with a Deadpool story from Marvel Comics Presents. His work also includes Squadron Supreme, Life Zero Chronicles, Daredevil, Rucka's The Punisher, and The Amazing Spider-Man.[4]

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