Tatao Cantidubi by Francisco Alaminos
Tato Cantidubi

Francisco Alaminos Hodar is an Andalucian comic artist. He started out publishing in the alternative press in Motril (fanzine Nova, 1983). On the Catalan market, he published his own series 'Tato Cantidubi' in Bruguera's Mortadelo Especial from 1984. Because of Bruguera's bankruptcy the series made its way to weekly Garibolo in 1987. 'Tato Cantidubi' sometimes counted on scripts by Antonio Moreno and Jesús de Cos.

Since 1988 Alaminos has mainly worked in the field of animated cartoons, participating in TV series and feature films like 'Duck Tales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp', 'All Dogs Go to Heaven 2', 'Help! I'm a Fish', 'Los Reyes Magos' and many others.

Last updated: 2012-04-14

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