Ramón Escolano Spain

10 November 1943 in Spain
24 January 2001 in Spain
57 years
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Ramón Escolano Metaute

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In 1960, Escolano began working with Editorial Bruguera, before being published extensively in international markets through Selecciones Ilustradas.

From the mid-sixties, Escolano worked on commercials and produced and directed photonovels.

In Spain, he drew 'Buru Landia' in the 1970s, as well as contributions to Lecturas ('Bio-Comics') comics. He also drew episodes of widely syndicated Johnny Galaxie series.

In the UK, he was a regular artist for IPC and Thompson, including on Eagle and Misty (including comics based on Enid Blyton's 'Famous Five' books).

In the US, he worked for Skywald and Warren, including on Vampirella in 1973.

He was also a radio host, collaborating since 1974 with Salvador Escamilla on his radio program RadioScope.

During the 1980s, he drew 'James Bond' for Semic in Sweden and many stories for Gespenster Geschichten by Bastei Verlag in Germany. In the late 1990s and until his death he did storyboards for TV cartoon series (D'Ocon films and Neptuno Films).

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Romantic Rendezvous Comic (Sport Magazine, 1968 series) #13 (April 1968)
Secretary for Love
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Romantic Rendezvous Comic (Sport Magazine, 1968 series) #14 (July 1968)
Holiday Decision
Comic: Comic story
True Romance (True Romance, 1947? series) v43#3 (December 1968)
Rain on My Heart
Magazine: Comic story
Vampirella (KG Murray, 1974 series) #16 (June 1975)
Demons in the Fog (Vampirella)
Comic: Comic story
Racing Girl (Gredown, 1975? series) (1975)
Racing Girl
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