Antonio Navarro's early work appeared in fanzines in the 1970s. His first professional work appeared in the collective book 'Expresión Fantástica'. He grew proficient while contributing to magazines like Rambla and Más Madera in the mid-1980s. For the latter, he drew the series 'El Perchas' and 'Radio Garfio'. Some subsequent works that Antonio Navarro did for publisher Norma included 'Simone', one of his most notable productions. This series began in Cairo in 1987. Then it switched to Cimoc, another magazine of this publisher. Simone was an independent and traveller woman whose adventures took place in the early 20th century.
In 1991 he produced 'Les Mondes de Luz' for the French publisher Delcourt. Then he contributed two books to the collection Relatos del Nuevo Mundo. In 1995 Navarro contributed his work to Co & Co and Top Comics and his outstanding book 'Por Sole' was published by Glénat (Spain). The same year Navarro worked for foreign publishers Marvel and Kodansa. All along his career Antonio Navarro's work had alternated between comics and other media such as animated cartoons and advertising. He worked for Hanna-Barbera and he eventually took part in such famous Spielberg and Disney cartoons as 'Fievel Goes West', 'Hercules' and 'Tarzan'. After working for Disney in the US for five years, Navarro returned to Spain where he directed the cartoon 'Los Reyes Magos' between 2001 and 2003. Antonio Navarro returned to comics in 2007 after a long hiatus when Edicions de Ponent published his book 'El Tiempo Arrebatado'.