Patricia Breccia was born in Buenos Aires in 1955, as the daughter of famous comic artist Alberto Breccia and sister of Enrique Breccia. She started her career in comics in 1974, when she published historical stories and graphic humor in magazines Sancho, Mediasuela and Mengano. She created 'Rita y los Oficios' and 'Malvina y Cía' for magazine Humor. In 1980 she collaborated with writer Guillermo Sacomanno on the comic book 'Sol de Noche'.
Sol de Noche
'Chata y Papagayo' appeared two years later, from a scenario by Meijis, in newspaper La Voz. Her first self-written comic, 'Cicatrices' and 'Plazo Fijo' appeared in 1983, in magazine Feriao Nacional. Since then, she created numerous titles, such as 'Museo' (text Juan Sasturain), 'Los Saurus' (text by Norberto Buscaglia) and 'Alicia a través del desván' (text by Ricardo Barreiro). She also did work for television and animation. In 1999/2000, she created an acclaimed comics adaptation of a book by Oscar Wilde, 'El Gigante Egoísta'. She is a regular contributor to magazines Fierro and Clítoris.