'Una Carta en Reserva' (Hazañas del Oeste #63, 1964)
Rafael Losada was very young when he started to draw comics, inspired by artist Joaquín Blázquez. He published his first comic, a western, in 1964. This was followed by another about the life of Attila. During this decade he was an artist for Spanish publishing houses like Bruguera and Toray. He contributed to collective sections like 'Aunque le Cueste Creerlo' in Bruguera's weekly Pulgarcito and he contributed to the Toray's collection Hazañas del Oeste. In addition he created his own comic, 'Inspector Haljan', in Gaceta Junior (1969).
During the following decades Losada worked for international agencies. His foreign works include stories on such subjects as romance and war for Fleetway magazines in the UK. Later on he drew for Bastei in Germany, in the magazines Gespenster Geschichten and Brooom. Through Josep Toutain's agency Selecciones Ilustradas he drew the last issue of Paranormal for IPC King. Through the agency Bardon Art he drew the character Danger Mind, and did comedy and stories of horses for Semic Press in Sweden.