comic art by Victor Santos

Victor Santos, born in Valencia, began his career in 1998 by contributing to fanzines and local papers. His first professional work was 'Gaijin', published from 2000 by 7 Monos, Dude Comics and Dolmen Editorial. He also took on the heroic fantasy series 'Los Reyes Elfos', and an anthology of short stories called 'La Doncella y los Lobos'. Santos has cooperated on the 'Pulp Heroes' saga at Astiberri, did the superhero comic 'Protector' (Dolmen), a juvenile comic called 'Aventuras en el Mundo Jung' (Aleta Ediciones), and fantasy titles like 'Faeric Gangs' (Astiberri) and 'Lone in Heaven' (Aleta). For the French publisher Soleil, he created the series 'Young Ronin', for which he does script, art and colors.

comic art by Victor Santos

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