La Reina y yo by Guillermo
La Reina y yo (El Jueves 1867, March 2013)

Guillermo Torres Meana is a comic artist and cartoonist from Melilla. He made his debut in collaboration with scriptwriter Ángel Montiel. They strated out with a daily cartoon in La Opinión de Murcia in 1994. In 1996 they began collaborations with El Mundo and the satirical magazine El Jueves in 1996, and since 1998 the duo also worked for the sports daily Marca. Guillermo has been working on his own for these magazines since 2000. His sections for El Jueves include 'The Timos', 'Te lo juro News' and 'La Reina y yo', about the Spanish royal family. He has additionally published his work in Penthouse, Interviú, Hablan, Man and Maxim.

Last updated: 2013-07-26

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