Rei Morto, Rei Posto by Rubens Cordeiro
Rei Morto, Rei Posto

Rubens Cordeiro was one of the principal artists of the Brazilian terror and horror comic books that came up in the 1960s and 1970s. Together with Rodolfo Zalla, he created characters like 'Nádia', Dracula's daughter, for Mestres do Terror, as well as 'Homem Fera' for Editorial Graúna. For Graúna, he had already created 'Mystiko' himself in 1967. He also published in Zalla's horror magazine Calafrio. In the 1970s, he drew several 'Zorro' stories for the Disney magazines of the publishing house Abril.

Mystiko, by Rubens Cordeira

Last updated: 2009-02-13

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