Los Ilegales (El Jueves 1867, March 2013)
Bernardo Vergara began his career in the 1980s, drawing for fanzines like Hamelín and TMEO. His first professional work appeared in the end of that decade in Ipurbeltz by Editorial Erein. In the early 1990s he moved from Pamplona to Barcelona, where he began an association with the children's magazines of Ediciones B., including Yo y Yo, Mortadelo Extra ('Casa Paco') and Súper Zipi y Zape ('Benjamín). During the same period, he also worked through comic agencies like Comicup on artwork for children's magazines in Germany.
By 1993 he settled in Huesca, and combined his work for Comicup with contributions to the local press and Mini Mundo, the children's supplement of newspaper El Mundo. He has been a regular in the humor magazine El Jueves since 1999 with series like 'Los Ilegales', 'Urbano', 'Los Chapas' (with Ágreda) and other satirical features. He has a daily cartoon on the frontpage of the newspaper Público, and has additionally published his work in U, Volumen, Trama, Mister K, Mala Impresión, Dos veces Breve, Spirou, La Comictiva, El Manglar, Tretzvents, Dibus, Heraldo de Aragón, Diario del Altoaragón, El País and the eldiario.es supplement Cuadernos.
El Jueves 1867 (March 2013)