Nanuk El Hombre Fiera, by Donaz
Nanuk El Hombre Fiera

Pérez Donaz was an early Spanish comic artist whose work appeared in nearly all the magazines of El Gato Negro in the 1920s, like Pulgarcito, Alegria Infantil, Boy, Crispin, El Cuento Infantil Semanal, Charlot El Rey De La Risa, Chispita, Fred, Los Grandes Amores Historicos, Jack Wills and Toto.

Fred, by Donaz
Un Complot Infame

He produced comic books like 'El Mosquetero del Mar', 'Nanuk El Hombre Fiera', 'Ruggiero el Misterioso' and 'Diego Corrientes'. He was also present in Hay Que Ver by publisher Manuel Piñol and in TBO of Ed. Buigas.

Simbad el Marino, by Donaz

Last updated: 2010-08-20

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