Adulterada by Eloy Luna
Adulterada (Rambla Quincenal #8)

Eloy Luna was born in Villasante, Castilla y Léon. While working for advertising agencies he occasionally published his comics, often as a result of contests for amateur artists in which he took part. The first of them was in magazine 1984 in the year 1980. Then came contests in other magazines, also published by Toutain: Creepy in 1981 and Comix Internacional in 1982. After that his scattered short works appeared in such magazines as Rambla, Tótem el Comix, La Comictiva and Makoki.
Luna joined publisher Bruguera when he submitted his work to another contest in which he was awarded first prize for his script. As a result he regularly contributed the humorous SF series 'Los Piratones del Espacio' to Bruguera's magazine Zipi y Zape during the 1980s. Together with other artists from the Burgos region, he set up the Romancero collective and launched the magazine TeVeO Triple in 1995.

Last updated: 2012-04-09

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