Crocodile, by Mascaro 1971

José Antonio Pérez Mascaró, who signs his work simply Mascaro, is a comic artist from Catala, Spain. He is known for his action comics, which have been published through agencies like Estudios Ortega, Creaciones Editoriales and Selecciones Ilustradas. Through these agencies, his work appeared in a variety of magazines, such as Eerie, for which he drew the story 'Crocodile' in 1971, which was written by Don Glut. He was the fourth artist to continue the series 'Delta 99'. From 1977 to 1988, he illustrated Disney comics at the Danish publisher Egmont.

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Crocodile, by Mascaro 1971

Last updated: 2006-12-21

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