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Comic Creator

Enrique Carlos Martín

Gepetto, Geppeto, Tremendo Estudio

(b. 13 March 1966, Spain)  Spain

Enrique Carlos  Martín

comic art by Enrique Carlos Martín

Carlos Enrique Martín Rodríguez is a Spanish advertising and editorial illustrator, comics author and animator. Born in Sevilla in 1966, he developed a keen interest in comic art through the work of franco-belgian artists and the Bruguera school. He published his first cartoon in Fueraborda in 1984, and then created several fanzines and comic magazines from the Sevilla area. During his military service, he met musician Adolfo Castilla, with whom he subsequently made comic stories for Tris Tras Princesa by Jatrera from 1985. These stories were later collected in the book 'Al fin solos'.

comic art by Enrique Carlos Martín

He became a professional illustrator and designer, and created the comics magazine I.M.AJ.EN with Rafael Iglesias. He also published in Totem el Comix and was editor of El Tebeo Veloz with Abel Ippólito, among others. He eventually focused completely on a career in commercial art with Córdoba SL, until founding Tremendo Estudio with Athos in 1999. Through this studio, he has made editorial and commercial illustrations, as well as the educational comic 'Mister X' in 2002. He is an artist with magazinesl like El Pequeño País, Minimundo, Tío Saín, La Comictiva and the children's publications by Norma Editorial (¡Dibus!, ¡Dibucómics!) and ABC (Blanco y Negro ¡guay!). He also teaches animation workshops.

Comic art by EC Martin

Last updated: 2013-04-28

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