A prolific Argentine comic book writer and translator. He worked for Dark Horse before being recognized in his country through works such as El Hombre Primordial, Fictionauts, 78 MPH, and Bizancio. He has written Time 5, Monarch, and Xira for StoneBot Comics. He has also been the Spanish translator for award-winning graphic novels such as Miracleman, The Walking Dead, and Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing.
He was born in La Plata, Buenos Aires. He started drawing from a very young age, and was fascinated by superheroes. He was influenced by Marvel and DC Comics as well as Editorial Columba, Cimoc, Zona 84 and 2000 AD publications such as Judge Dredd and Rogue Trooper. After a brief stint at the UNLP Faculty of Fine Arts, he devoted himself to 2D animation and video games, doing concepts and character design. Among his most notable works are Doc Brass, Xira, and the new Legacy of Mandrake series.