Ignacio Damián González is a Cuban comic artist, who first came to notice in the 1980s, when he started his collaboration with Editorial Pablo de la Torriente. He has worked with writer Manuel Pérez Alfaro on stories like 'Mito Brito', published in Cómicos, and 'Clandestinos, published in Sepmi, in 1990. His nervous and effective drawing style is reminiscent for the work of Spanish artist Carlos Giménez.
Artwork © 2014 Ignacio Damián González
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