El Mensajero de la Muerte, by Claudio Tinoco

Claudio Tinoco began his career in the 1940s at the publishing house Valencia, where he worked for the collections 'Selección Aventurera' and 'McKay de la Policía Montada'. He continued with some work for Hispanoamericana de Ediciones, doing the series 'Ric y Rob' and 'El Sheriff Thompson'. He also published in Valenciana's Juventud Audaz magazine. He contributed to numerous series, to name but a few: 'Apache', 'Rex Temple', 'El León Marino', 'La Cuadrilla' and 'Monitor'. He was also a versatile artist of 'El Capitán Trueno' stories, starting in El Capitán Trueno Extra in 1960. In 1965 he produced 'El Pequeño Sioux', his final work for the Spanish market. He then turned to Ediciones Aventuras y Viajes en Paris, where he remained until 1980. He spent the final stages of his career doing cartoons, sometimes using the pseudonym Tino.

Sabotaje!, by Claudio Tinoco

webpage with Tinoco comics
(in Spanish)

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