Chums at war by Eduardo Feito
Chums at war (Diana, 1969)

Eduardo Feito Perez is a Spanish artist who has mainly worked for the British market. He has mainly drawn stories aimed specifically at girls, starting with contributions to Boyfriend in the 1960s and in the decades that followed also to Diana, Judy, Misty and Tammy. He did his final British work in this genre for Bunty throughout the 1990s. Feito was on occasion also present in the War and Battle Pictures Libraries, and titles like POW! and TV Century.

Het paard September in Dutch magazineTina (1983), a Dutch version of A Horse Called September from Misty.

It wasn't until 1972 that Feito first came to notice in his home country Spain with the serial 'Antes que Troya cayera' in magazine Trinca in 1972 (script by F. Sesén). In 1973 Feito started 'Fabio', his second story for Trinca, but it was interrupted because of the premature shutdown of the magazine. In 1975 he drew the peculiar 'Aventura en TVE', a 48-page advertising comic about contemporary Spanish television.

Tarzan by Eduardo Feit

He additionally worked on serials like 'As de Corazones' and 'Celia' for publisher Bruguera. By means of a comics' agency Eduardo Feito participated in the series 'El Cuervo' and he was an artist of syndicated 'Tarzan' comics that were published throughout Europe in the 1980s. He contributed a short story to the Spanish version of Creepy in 1985, and is also active as an illustrator.

comic for Creepy, by Eduardo Feito
Renace la luz en el cementerio norte (Creepy #71, 1985)

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