Carmen Perez is a Spanish female artist who joined the Comicup studios in the early 1990s. This is a studio that does artwork for several international Disney publishers. Perez is specialized in the "mice universe". For Disney France, she illustrated a few 'Pluto' and 'Mickey Mouse' stories, and many gag pages with 'Minnie', written by Dominique Nicolli. For Holland, she drew several short stories and gags with characters like Goofy and/or Clarabella Cow. Carmen Perez also illustrated numerous gags with Aladdin, written by Evert Geradts. In addition to her Disney work, Pérez does lay-outs for the comics based on Dutch singers 'Nick en Simon' in girl's magazine Tina, with finished artwork by Sergio Garrido and Rafa Ruiz.
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