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Comic Creator

Anibal Uzál

Anibal Rodrigues Uzál

(? - July 2000, Argentina)  Argentina

Anibal  Uzál

Mickey Mouse by Anibal Uzal
Mickey Mouse & Oliver Flops - The Flighty Flier (1982)

Anibal Rodrigues Uzál is an Argentine comic artist. He began his career working with Carlos Vogt at the Burone Bruché animation studios. He assisted Vogt and alternated with him on the art of the comic series 'Terco Thomas' and 'El Apache' in Poncho Negro by Editorial Muchnik in 1954.

El Apache by Anibal Uzal
El Apache

Uzal also worked with Mandrafina on 'Derek', with Saichan on 'Kabul Bengal', with Carlos Meglia on 'Cybersix' and with Lito Fernández on 'Bull Rockett', among other series. On his own, Uzal worked for the magazines published by Record in the mid 1970's. He made a comic called 'Pimienta Ruiz' from a script by Morhain in 1981.

Terco Thomas by Anibal Uzal
Terco Thomas (Poncho Negro 55)

By then, Uzal was working on Disney comic stories through the Jaime Diaz Studios. He participated in the art of long stories starring 'Goofy' as a historic person together with Hector Adolfo de Urtiága. He also provided art for TV tie-in stories, such as the 'Duck Tales' and 'Goof Troop' franchise. He has additionally illustrated 'Duck' stories for the Danish publisher Egmont between 1997 and 1999, while also serving as an assistant for Daniel Branca. Anibal Uzál passed away in 2000.

Daisy Duck by Anibal Uzal
Daisy Duck - To Bee - Or Not To Bee (2000)

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Last updated: 2012-08-07

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