José Soriano Izquierdo worked at Publishing House Valenciana, first as an artist, then also as an editor. He began his career in the 1930s, drawig for publications like KKO, TBO and Niños, as well as the Valencian press. During the Spanish Civil War, he drew for Verdad, edited Trincheras and contributed to military papers. Among his early comic serials were 'Aventuras de Mister Bluff', 'Cosas de risa y embrollo de Tarugo y Don Meollo' and 'Siempre de Campeonato con Doña Hincha y Silbato'. After this period, he joined editor Juan Puerto Vañó and reformed Editora Valenciana. His artistic contributions to the publisher's magazines were only occasional at this second stage. Soriano Izquierdo co-founded the long lived Valenciana magazine Jaimito and created its eponymous character. He was succeeded by Karpa, Liceras, Frejo, Nin and Castillo in the 'Jaimito' strip, with Karpa as the final artist.
sample from Almanaque de Locos