Mario Gamma, "El Griego," by Boldu

Before Ramon Boldú got into comics, he worked as a computer programmer - more out of interest than to make a living, since computers were not that popular at the time. Then in 1977, he started drawing his first erotic satirical comic, 'Los SEXcéntricos'. He worked for the magazines LIB, El Jueves and the French Hara-Kiri. By 1983, he was disillusioned by the comic scene, and disappeared for a while. When he came back, he worked as an art director for several magazines, including El Víbora. He published an album of his work, titled 'Mario Gamma, El Griego'.

Last updated: 2006-12-13

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