Mart Yuls is a Spanish cartoonist, specialized in graphic arts and comics. He works for a wide variety of national and international clients, including Warren films (Madrid), Kemi Souvenirs (London), Wummel Box (Berlin) and the Oxford University Press. He was born in Reus as Julio F. Martínez, and began his professional career in 2000, drawing strips and cartoons for El Diario de Córdoba.
In 2003 he became a collaborator of the magazine Todas las Novedades, illustrating articles and interviews. Shortly afterwards, he took charge of the supplement Todas las Novedades del Comic, which has become the Spanish comics information magazine with the widest circulation. His short stories 'The Man Who Fell In Love With The Moon' and 'History Of A Story...' were published in the Slovenian comics anthology Stripburger (2004-2012).
Another notable work by Mart is 'Harte', which ran in El Churro Ilustrado and was published by Non Stop! Comics in Barcelona in 2006. He additionally cooperated on series like 'Viva la gente!' (El Batracio amarillo), 'Rebeka, the heavy with freckles' (MC ediciones), 'The Adventures of Spain' (Panini Comics) and 'Mundo Japi' (Panini Comics). His cartoons and drawings furthermore appear in different types of media, including the newspaper El Mundo, monografico.net, Radio Ethiopia and Maltravieso del comic.