Ramón de la Fuente is the second of the De la Fuente brothers. Just like his older brother Victor and his younger brother Chiqui, he chose an artistic career. He started out illustrating posters for cinemas and covers for the publishing house Dólar in Madrid. He eventually settled in Barcelona, where he became affiliated with the publishing house Bruguera and the Selecciones Ilustradas agency. Through this agency, he drew World War II comics for Fleetway (England) and DC Thompson (Scotland) for twelve years. He was then assigned to do a comic adaptation of 'Treasure Island' for the publishing house AFHA. Soon followed more assignments, mainly for comic adaptations of Jules Verne's oeuvre, which were published and translated all over Europe. Unfortunately, the artist died prematurely of a cruel disease at the peak of his career.