'The Ghoul' (Psycho #15, Nov. 1973)
Catalan artist Ferran Sostres opened his own studio in Barcelona in 1957, after graduating in graphic arts and further training with painter Josep Maria Baixas. Although his comics mainly appeared in foreign markets he published Bible adaptations in the Spanish collection Héroes Bíblicos circa 1960. Ferran Sostres was one of the Spanish agency artists who contributed their work to the British market in the 1960s. His British works were frequently war stories for magazines Commando and Combat Picture Library, but he also participated in detective series 'John Steel', which he drew for Thriller Picture Library and in SF series 'Zero-X', which he drew for T.V. 21.
In addition he contributed to girl's magazines such as Diana and Jackie, drawing series like 'Emergency Nurse Gwen'. During the first half of the 1970s he contributed several horror stories to US publisher Skywald. They appeared in Psycho, Nightmare and Scream and most of them were written by Al Hewetson. After that Ferran Sostres focused on his painting and illustration works.