Sandy Creek by Jorge Rubal
Sandy Creek

Antonio Prese, whose nickname was Jorge Rubal, published his first work in Billiken in 1955, a short story titled 'Angel y Lucifer'. In 1958-59 he did various contributions to Hora Cero Extra and Frontera Extra like 'Los Devoradores' and 'Sandy Creek'. In the 1960s he was present in D'Artagnan and the magazines of Columba as illustrator, cartoonist, art director and mentor of other artists.

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