Josep Nebot i Alegret began his career in 1962-63, working through the Selecciones Ilustradas agency. In 1986 he started contributing 'Nina' to Garibolo, a short lived weekly which was published by Cia. General Ediciones and which went on with the Bruguera tradition for a while. The comic was a new version of his brother Joan's comic 'Yolanda' for Bruguera.
In 1980 he joined Comicup, the art studio of José Cánovas. Through the studios he worked on European comics like Commando (Thomson, UK) and 'Annabel' (Oberon, the Netherlands). Between 1988 and 1994 he was one of the main studio artists on Rolf Kauka's Fix und Foxi.
Nebot then began to work as an artist of Disney comics. He illustrated 'Bonkers' for the French Journal de Mickey, and several stories with more regular Disney characters for the Dutch and Danish publishers ('Mickey Mouse', 'Daisy Duck', 'Joe Carioca', 'Hiawatha').
Sjors en Sjimmie
He has also drawn for the Comicup production of the Dutch comic series 'Sjors en Sjimmie' in the 1990s. He has done illustration work for Bobo and is the artist of 'Karlijn, Catootje en de Ouders' (a spin-off of the Jan Kruis comic 'Jan, Jans en de Kinderen') together with Tony Fernandez for Dutch girls' magazine Tina. In Germany, his comic art has appeared in titles like 'Sumsi' and 'Petzi',