Yuki el Temerario
Valencian artist José González Igual worked for Spanish publishers Maga and Valenciana in the 1950s but he also worked for other european countries as an agency artist. He drew many issues of the Valenciana collection 'Yuki el Temerario', a western written by Francisco Amorós which started in 1958. He also collaborated on other westerns called 'Jalisco' and 'Dan Barry el Terremoto'. In addition he contributed shorter tales to Lirio, Pacho Dinamita, Sissy, Tony y Anita and Apache King. Later on his work was featured in horror magazine Tarot.
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Artwork © 1985 Jose Gonzalez Igual
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