Alfonso Azpiri (1947-2017) was a Spanish comic book artist and illustrator who gained fame for his work on science fiction and fantasy comics. He was born in Madrid, Spain and began his career as an illustrator in the 1970s, working on a variety of projects including children’s books, magazines, and advertisements.
Azpiri gained international recognition in the 1980s for his work on the comic book series “Lorna”, which featured a sexy, female protagonist in a post-apocalyptic world. The series was popular in Europe and the United States and helped to establish Azpiri’s reputation as a talented artist and storyteller.
In addition to “Lorna”, Azpiri worked on a number of other comic book series, including “Mot”, “Chico Vargas”, and “Zodiac”. His style was characterized by bold colors, intricate linework, and attention to detail. Azpiri was also known for his work on video game covers and concept art, including games such as “Captain Blood” and “Fury of the Furries”.
Azpiri passed away in August 2017, but his legacy lives on through his work and the influence he had on the comic book and video game industries. He is remembered as one of the most talented and innovative artists of his generation.
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