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Aurelio Bevia was a studio artist, who worked throught art agencies almost his entire career. He made his debut in the mid-1940s with a comic in the review Nicolás. He went on to draw 'Audaz Extra' (Fantasio 1946), 'Tres Hadas' (1956) and 'Héroes de la Misiones' (1956).

He moved to Milan an began a longtime cooperation with the Roy d'Ami studios, where he produced a lot of work for the British market. He drew 'Spy 13', 'Maddock's Marauders', and several war stories for War Picture Library and Commando Picture Library of DC Thomson. Between 1963 and 1980 he worked for the French market, where he produced episodes mostly for the Imperia group : 'Z 33', 'Les 5 As', 'Marouf', 'Sergeant Guam', 'Tora', and 'X 13'. He also drew some 'Mickey Mouse' and 'Goofy' comics for the Danish Disney publisher Gutenberghus between 1974 and 1977.

Back in Madrid in the 1980s, he joined the Selecciones Illustradas agency, drawing for the US market. He did among others 'Sooty', 'Polly Pocket' and other TV related strips. In the 1990s, he drew erotic strips for Hustler.

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Last updated: 2011-01-14

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