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Josep Gual i Tutusaus began his career working for publishers of his native Catalonia until he entered the international market by means of Josep Toutain's agency Selecciones Ilustradas. In Spain, he drew for Toray serials like 'Brigada Secreta', 'Espionaje' and 'Las Enfermeras' in the 1960s. He was additionally the artist of 'Mark Danger' in Hurón (scripts by Manuel Dominguez Navarro, 1968), 'Adam & Evans' in Cómics (scripts by Victor Mora, 1972) and 'Jeff Blake, el Hombre de Pinkerton' in Kung-Fu (scripts Andreu Martín, 1983).
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As for his agency work, he drew for Fleetway in Britain. Since 1969 he was one of the new illustrators of the Australian comic book 'Devil Doone', following the retirement of Hart Amos. In the 1970s, he contributed to Creepy and other American horror titles of publishers Skywald and Warren. Later on, Josep Gual drew the erotic newspaper strip 'George & Lynne' with scripts by Conrad Frost for British daily The Sun.
Gual He has drawn among others 'James Bond' for the Scandinavian publisher Semic (1980s) and Disney comics for Egmont (1980s, 1990s). For the German magazine Yps, he has drawn series 'Tommy, der Trommler'. In later years, he has drawn through the Comicon agency.