Ergün Gündüz is a comic artist from Turkey. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Istanbul, graduated in painting from Istanbul's Mimar Sinan University and was a pupil of Oğuz Aral, and published his work in several magazines, such as Girgir, Firt, Limon, Hibir and Hbr Maymun. He later specialized in comic books, such as the serial 'Taksi' and 'Totem'. His comics have become very popular, and he even made an animated movie in Bahrein.
Together with a few colleagues, he started a Turkish version of the American MAD Magazine. Abroad, his work has been published in the 'Zombie Bomb! Comic Anthology' by Adam Miller and Rich Woodall in 2009. He also works as an advertising artist and cartooonist from the isle of Bahrein through his Studio Rodeo, and as a teacher in Visual Arts with Bilgi University.