Comics History

Disney Artists Brazil

O Pato DonaldZé CariocaMickeyPeninha

Disney comics already appeared in Brazil since the 1930s, but they got their own title in 1950: O Pato Donald. The publishing house Abril assigned the Argentine artist Luis Destuet to do cover illustrations, and to teach Brazilian artists to draw in the Disney style. A character that stands out in the Brazilian production is José Carioca, who got his own title in 1961: Zé Carioca. With the launch of Zé Carioca magazine, the Brazilian production of actual comics took off.

Amâncio, Aluir
Amaral de Oliveira, Walmir
Avalone, Carlos
Bonini, Fernando
Borges, Paolo
Canini, Renato
Cariello, Sergio
Cordeiro, Rubens
De Carvalho, AtilaDe Mello, Verci
Delphin, Getúlio
Destuet, Luis
Figueiredo, Napoleão
Fukue, Roberto O.
Guimarães Neto, Haroldo
Herrero, Carlos Edgar
Igayara De Souza, Waldyr
Joo Kang, Seung
Kato, Jorge
Kimura
Leon, Eli
Lima, Sergio
Machado, Gustavo
Mantovi, Primaggio
Miyaura, Ernesto Y.
Miyaura, Euclides
Mota, Carlos
Noely, Paulo R.C.
Norberto, Aparecido
Podavin, Luis
Portela, Watson
Rodrigues Soares, Moacir
Santana, Dave
Soares Rodrigues, Irineu
Soud de Jesus, Rogério
Ventura, Fernando
Vetillo, Eduardo
Zalla, Rodolfo