Esteban Maroto

Esteban Maroto (1942) began his career in the 1960s with series like ‘Cinco por infinito’, published in English by Continuity Comics as “Zero Patrol”. In the 1970s he started to be known in his own country when the magazine Trinca published ‘Alma de Dragón’. In 1971 he joined Warren Publishing and his first story, ‘Wolfhunt’, appeared in Vampirella #14. Maroto quickly became one of the best known and most critically acclaimed Spanish artists at Warren and he eventually drew 101 stories for them. He remained with Warren until 1983. After that he devoted himself mainly to illustration, but continued to create comics like ‘Zatanna’ and ‘Aquaman’ for DC Comics. Between 2004 and 2005 he drew a few of stories about Brendon for Italian publisher Sergio Bonelli.

Esteban Maroto: “Dax the Warrior”, 1977, 26 x 35 cm

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