Josep Serra Masana was a classic Spanish comic artist. He was one of the early collaborators of TBO magazine, realizing humorous stories. For the Algo periocical, he drew among others 'Alejandro y Napoléon' and 'Sociedad General de Grandes Aventuras' in 1931 and 1932. He regularly published in En Patufet and was one of the pioneers in animated advertisements. Some sources spell his name as Josep Serra Masana.
Artwork © 1980 Josep Serra Masana
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