El Ojo de la Serpiente by Ramon Marcos
El Ojo de la Serpiente

Ramón Marcos Ferreiro began his career in the 1980s working for Marca Acme in 1986, and drawing 'Los Sucesores' in Cairo in 1987. In 1989 he collaborated with writer Francisco Pérez Navarro and artist Incha on 'Opium', a series of six comic books which were the continuation of an eponymous work by Daniel Torres. Torres also took part in the script of the comic book series and he drew its covers. After that Ramón Marcos teamed up with scriptwriter Cristóbal Aguilar to do the series 'El Ojo de la Serpiente', which was published in magazine Cimoc in 1994. He has also worked for the magazines Bésame Mucho, Diario de Valencia, La Ciutat, Madriz and Papers.

Last updated: 2012-04-09

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