Las Aventuras de John Raffles
David Borissof, who used the penname David Cooper, has worked in Argentine comics. He began his career in the mid 1940s working for Editorial Lainez, and then for Editorial Estampa and the magazine Pandilla. For this magazine, he made a series of adaptations as well as stories based on his own scripts. He was one of the early contributors to Aventuras magazine, and he also drew 'Jim Ellis' for El Pato Donald.
For most of his career, Cooper worked for Editorial Columba. His contributions to magazine Intervalo include comics like 'La Hija del Capitán', 'Casa de Muñecas', 'Un asunto tenebroso' (1953), 'Matilde' (1960), 'Crímenes sin sangre' (1961) and 'Los hermanos Zemganno'. In addition, he worked for Lainez again in 1959 on 'Las Aventuras de John Raffles', published in Selecciones de Puño Fuerte. His brother Angel Borissof is also a comic artist.