A Casa da Azenha, by Vítor Péon (1949)

Vítor Péon entered the comic world in 1943 in the Portuguese magazine Mosquito. His large oeuvre contained many genres of adventure comics. His style was strongly influenced by American and English comics. His most famous series is 'Tomahawk Tom', for which his main inspiration was western films. He collaborated with scenarist Roussado Pinto on several of his comics. Their coollaboration started in the 1940s in Pluto and continued in the years that followed with works like 'A Casa da Azenha' and 'O Buda de Marfim'.

Rambling Rose by Vitor Peon
Rambling Rose (Bunty Annual 1982)

Vítor Péon also created several comics for the British market. These comics were mostly historical ones, such as 'A Reconquista de Angola', but also girls' stories for Bunty. In the 1960s, he made some historical comics for Tintin and he restarted his series 'Tomahawk Tom'. The final work of his career was the creation of the election program of a candidate for the presidential elections in the 1980s.

As Aventuras de Geraldo Pestana, o Sem Pavor, by Vítor Péon (unreleased, 1968)

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