He was born on the furtive and fickle Februrary 29th in 1984. Demonstrating from a young age that he was not one for balls and sports, he took refuge in literature and comics, for which the only things necessary were two functional eyes. He writes short stories, screenplays, and negative reviews of Michael Bay films. His works include Spark, ¡Bu!, Mirina, and he has also participated in anthologies such as Bastión Unlimited, Descendientes: Los mitos argentinos de H.P. Lovecraft and Millarworld New Talent Annual 2017.
Nahuel Sagárnaga studied comic book art with the renowned Horacio Lalia and writing with the late Argentine legend Carlos Trillo. In 2008, he started working at Nah! Contenidos and TCH, where he made advertisements and audiovisual pieces. He then worked at the video game studio Heavy Boat, primarily for Cartoon Network. His freelance works include the comic strip for the film Metegol (Ovni Press, 2013) and Boro: reporter photographe (Casterman, 2010). His strip ¡Corre, Wachín! won the Carlos Trillo Cartoon Award.