Mexico, Historia de un Pueblo, by Angel Mora (Garmaleon)
Mexico, Historia de un Pueblo

Ángel Mora is the artist of the adventurer 'Chanoc'. The series was created by Dr. Angel Martín de Lucenay in 1959, and later written by Pedro Zapiain. 'Chanoc' has been adapted into several movies, starting with 'Chanoc' in 1968.

comic strip panel from Almas Perversas, by Garmaleon (Angel Mora)
Almas Perversas #103, inked by Rolando Martiarena

Mora has also illustrated 'La Mascara Roja', published by La Prensa, and 'Arriba', in the collection 'Mexico, Historia de un Pueblo' with Armando Bartra.

Almas Perversas, by Garmaleon (Angel Mora)
Almas Perversas #125, inked by Rolando Martiarena

Under the pseudonym Garmaléon, he additionally worked for the publishing house Mango on violent and erotich pulp comics. Among the collections he drew for are 'Almas Perversas' and 'Amores y Amantes'.

Amores y Amantes, by GarmaléonAmores y Amantes, by Garmaléon

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