Juan Manuel Muñoz Chueca is a Spanish comic artist, who studied at the Escuela Createcnia in Barcelona. He worked for Editorial Bruguera from 1978 to 1984. He has worked for the Danish publisher Egmont since the 1980s, first on 'Bamse' and then on the publisher's Disney publications. He drew many stories with 'Mickey Mouse' and 'Goofy' in the 1990s.
During this period he shared a studio with Miguel Fernandez Martinez and Joaquín Cañizares Sanchez, with whom he alternated on the artwork of the 'Mickey Mystery' sub-series. He sometimes worked through Tello Art and Comicon. He is Francisco Ibáñez's main collaborator on 'Mortadelo y Filemón' since the 1990s and has also worked on animated films through Neptuno Films.
Artwork © Disney/Juan Munoz Chueca
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