The Charmer by Juan Solé Puyal
The Charmer

Juan Solé Puyal worked on Spanish romance titles like Sentimental and Modelo through Exlusivas Gráficas Ricart in the second half of the 1950s. He later worked for Editorial Ferma and Bruguera on titles like Blanca, El Capitan Trueno Extra ('El Jabato' with Victor Mora, 1965), Sissi, Revista Femenina and Dalia. By 1961 he was associated with Bardon Art, the art agency that got him to work for the British market. Solé spent the entire 1960s, 1970s and 1980s drawing for British girls' titles like Valentine, Mirabelle, Star, Boyfriend, Tina, Tammy, Tracy, and many more.

Sentimentale by Juan Solé Puyal

In the late 1980s he switched over to erotic illustrations in the fetish genre, which he signed Juan Puyal or just Puyal. He has since worked London’s Swish Publications, the publisher of Madame in a World of Fantasy. After the disappearance of this magazine, he has been drawing numerous "petticoat" books, and other series of "trans" type for Sandy Thomas in the US.

British comic by Juan Solé Puyal
I Raced for a Wedding Ring

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Last updated: 2012-08-25

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