Quique, el Niño Pirate, by Luis Cazeneuve

Louis, or Luis Cazeneuve was an Argentine artist that worked in the US comic book field during the 1940s. In his native Argentina, Cazeneuve was the artist of 'Quique, el Niño Pirata', one of the country's first adventure comic strips. The comic appeared as a daily strip as well as a Sunday page in El Mundo from 1931. Before emigrating to the United States in 1939, Cazeneuve produced 'Aventuras de Caza del Pibe Palito' and 'Aventuras de dos Argentinos en un País Salvaje'.

In the States, he worked for the Iger studios, doing features for several companies. He worked on Fox Comics' 'Blue Beetle' and 'Banshee', and did art on among others 'Doctor Miracle', Duke O'Dowd' and 'Phantom Sphinx' for Harvey Comics. He worked for National/DC throughout most of the 1940s, drawing 'Aquaman', 'Boy Commandos', 'Crimson Avenger', 'Seven Soldiers of Victory', 'Shining Knight', 'Star Spangled Kid and Stripesey', 'Three Aces' and 'The Vigilante'. In 1940, he also worked on the syndicated 'Blue Beetle' comic for Fox Feature Syndicate. His brother Arturo Cazeneuve also worked for US comic books.

Quique, el Niño Pirate, by Luis Cazeneuve

Last updated: 2006-12-26

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