Mi Vida Como fantasma, by José Boada

The Spanish artist José (Pepe) Boada had his first work published in Macho. In 1983 he joined 'El Víbora', a magazine of which he became a habitual collaborator. After a number of short stories he created the character of 'Don Cipotón'. Some of the series Boada made for El Víbora stood out among his other works. In the series 'Érase Una Vez' he offered an adult vision of classic tales and fables. He is also the author of 'Mi Vida Como Fantasma', a series of short stories about a deceased man who observes present day life as a ghost. José Boada cancelled his collaboration with El Víbora in the early nineties.

Hansel y Gretel, by Jose Boada

Last updated: 2007-03-31

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