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Fumetto Card #46: DON PEPPE DIANA

March 19, 1994, thirty years have passed since the murder of Don Giuseppe Diana. In collaboration with the Don Peppe Diana Committee, Libera against the mafias Provincial Coordination of Caserta and Regional Coordination of Campania, Agesci Campania and the Diana Family, the Fumetto Card #46 solidarity card is dedicated to the Parish of Casal Di Principe.

Don Giuseppe Diana was born in Casal di Principe on 4 July 1958, the first of three children, followed by Emilio and Marisa. He was ordained a priest on 14 March 1982. Don Diana, as a young priest, had a special relationship with boys, in the meantime he had become a scout. He was the diocesan head of Agesci, the Catholic scouts.

He had an unbridled passion for football. Almost every Sunday he was present in the stands of the San Paolo stadium in Naples to follow his favorite team together with a large group of young people from his community. On 19 September 1989 he was appointed parish priest of the church of San Nicola in Casal di Principe.

Don Peppe Diana lived during the years of the Camorra domination of the Casalesi in the area. His most famous writing is the letter “For the love of my people”, a sort of manifesto of commitment against the criminal system. Don Giuseppe Diana was killed by the Camorra in Casal di Principe on 19 March 1994, shortly after 7.20 in the morning, on his name day, in his church, the parish of San Nicola di Bari. They fired four bullets at him. gun while preparing to celebrate mass. He was 36 years old.

The solidarity card will be brought to Casal Di Principe on 19 March 2024, on the occasion of the March for legality, in memory of the 30th anniversary of the killing of Don Peppe. The first edition, printed in 394 copies, 300 copies will be distributed during one of the activities that will take place in the afternoon at Casa Don Diana to the young people who will be present. The objective of the solidarity cards against the mafia is to raise awareness, make people think, keep historical memory alive, thanks to a message that is familiar and common to all, the sticker and also the comic.

The drawing is created by the cartoonist Roberto Lauciello, already author of the solidarity Fumetto Card of Bud Spencer and Don Piero Tubino for Figurine Forever, for which he also created the graphic novels, published by Becco Giallo and KC Editions.


With this solidarity card + postcard, it will be possible to support the Adotta Con La Figurina project and the associations involved in the fight against the mafias

DON PEPPE DIANA by Roberto Lauciello
Fumetto Card #46 – Card + Postcard
1st edition 394 copies numbered

Free offer starting from 5,00€
+ shipping (for Europe 10,00€)
3×2 con with three different Fumetto Card
one is gift

N.B. the solidarity stickers and cards project also has the aim of promoting solidarity, raising awareness and keeping historical memory alive; Fundraising is only one part, however important and necessary. For this reason, it is possible that the solidarity stickers or cards can also be distributed at symbolic sums with only the reimbursement of expenses covered, sometimes not even that thanks to the “money box” formula of the Adotta Con La Figurina project, which has become operational since 2023. Special promotions are also planned, especially for titles of which there are many copies still in stock.

How to contribute:

  • Bank transfer: 
    Bank:Emil Banca – Credito Cooperativo 
    Branch:Borgo Panigale, Bologna Italia 
    IBAN:IT82 Y070 7202 4000 0000 0427 519 
    For purchases by bank transfer, please always follow an email to
  • Paypal to the address only, with Paypal the price per card is € 1.00 more
  • On Ebay

(1st edition numbered 1-384, copies available 69/384)

the postcards of the solidarity cards are numbered, the number you receive is random. The choice of the specific number is a pre-sale service only and only for the members of Figurine Forever

Copy number 58 was donated to the Diana family, as the year of Don Peppe’s birth.

An unnumbered version was also printed, mainly used for distribution to people involved in this project.

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