Vito, by Jordi Saladrigas

Jordi Saladrigas was a contributor to Norma publications during the first half of the 1980s. His delirious and surrealist short stories appeared in this publisher's magazines Cimoc and Cairo. A subsequent compilation of them was published under the title 'Moscas Patinadoras'.

In addition Saladrigas was a regular throughout the twelve issue run of Metropol between 1983 and 1984. The magazine, which was self-managed by some of its contributors, included Saladrigas's series 'Vito', which was also compilated on a comic album for Toutain Editor in 1986. 'Vito' was written by Antonio Segura. Saladrigas sometimes counted on the collaboration of other few scriptwriters including Jorge Zentner.

comic from Cimoc, by Jordi Saladrigas

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