Ricardo Beyloc was a Spanish artist of adventure comics, who showed an unusual elegance in composition and anatomy in comparison to his contemporaries. He began his career in the early 1940s by writing and drawing 'Pilarín' for Ameller and 'Aventuras de Tomasín' for Hispano Americana. He then began an association with Grafidea in 1944 and worked on titles like 'Casiano Barullo', 'Tom Clark' (later retitled to 'Bill Cody') and 'La Daga Roja' for this publisher until the early 1950s. For publisher Cies, he made 12 issues of 'El Pirata Cobra Blanca' with Canellas in 1947.
Beyloc was present in magazine La Risa in 1958 with 'Bill Carson' and 'Penny Pen'. His 1960s work includes contributions to Rin-tin-tin/Davy y su Fiel Roy for Editorial Marco and Ediciones Olivé y Hontoria, and several humorous series for Gaceta Junior like 'Casos y cosas de Don Procopio' and 'El Super-Agente X-00'. He was active in the field until at least the early 1980s, working on titles by Editorial Preisdente and Vilmar Ediciones throughout the 1970s.