Francisco Cueto i Martí was a Spanish agency artist who drew for foreign comic book publishers through Bardon Art and Josep Toutain's Selecciones Ilustradas. In Spain, he had worked on war comics for collections by Bruguera, La Caixa and Toray. His work also appeared in magazines like DDT, Pulgarcito, Macabro and Terro Gráfico. In Britain, Cueto's art appeared in comic books edited by Mick Anglo from the Gower Street Studio in the 1950s, such as Annie Oakley, Captain Miracle, Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett, TV Heroes and Young Marvelman.
Uno o dos trucos (Creepy, Spanish edition)
He drew for the German Disney publications, probably through the Comicon studios. From 1972 to 1974, he illustrated the science fiction series 'Professor Olson' with text by Marti for the magazine Mickyvision. He drew stories with 'Zorro' for the Walt Disney's Zorro comic book at the German Ehapa Verlag from 1979 to 1982. He was also artist of the Danish agency comic 'Carolina Yes'. Francisco Cueto contributed a few short stories to US Skywald horror titles Psycho and Nightmare in the early 1970s.