David Sanchez

List of nominees for 31st Ficomic

26 February 2013

There will be a good number of works this year @ Barcelona’s Ficomic fest competing to win the always respected “Best Spanish work of the year” prize. 10 outstanding works to be more precise, some of which we’ve already covered like the extremely celebrated and also animated “Cenizas” by Álvaro Ortiz, or those works which few expected and came as a gratifying surprise from veteran Max … “Vapor”, but we have to admit we have a soft spot for David Sánchez’s “No cambies Nunca” on Astiberri.

No Cambies Nunca – David Sanchez

Perhaps using a personal style and subjects which aren’t that traditional or common in the Spanish comic panorama, David Sánchez brings the crazy scientific world to his second work, where a futuristic Seoul hosts baby monsters, green-skinned women and a good number of egomaniacs.

No Cambies Nunca - David Sanchez (P3)
No Cambies Nunca – David Sanchez (P3)

“Don’t ever change” as we just said is one of the 10 nominees, but there are many other authors competing in 3 other awarded categories where names like Shintaro Kago or  Pablo Ríos add some foreign and younger flavors to the fest. The names were announced last Saturday and we’ll get to know the winners early April.

No Cambies Nunca - David Sanchez (P4)
No Cambies Nunca – David Sanchez (P4)

Good Luck David!

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La muerte en los ojos

5 January 2013

From the deepest rooms of Caramba headquarters came out last month the release of “Death in your eyes“, David Sánchez’s own drug cocktail who after receiving so much attention over the last couple of years is ready to provide with another paranormal work.

La muerte en los ojos - Autorretrato
La muerte en los ojos – Autorretrato

Only 24 pages of astral explorations and hypnotic methods that you’ll have to interpret (aka David’s own comprehension of what hypnosis should be like), more of a short story as it belongs to the “Jaimito” collection and a serious candidate to join your library.

La Muerte en los ojos 2
La Muerte en los ojos 2

As Jaimito and Caramba keep growing this new year we have to admit we’ll keep en eye on their upcoming releases and of course… on David’s music playlists even if we’re still waiting for LMELO’s one. More info this way.

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