Fermín Solís

Cartoonist and illustrator


Born in the Extremaduran city of Madroñera, he moved to Cáceres when he barely had a year of life where he still lives today.

His first publications are made as collaborations in fanzines such as La Comictiva, Monographic or L.S.D. and it was not until the year 2000 when the independent publishing house Subterfuge Comics published its first work: Dando Tumbos.

He has collaborated in most of the current comic magazines such as TOS, Twice Brief, Buen Provecho ... In addition to the collective Red Cover books, Article 20, Project Superior or Panorama. His works have been translated and edited in the United States, Canada and France by some of the most important independent publishers in these countries.

He alternates his work as a comic book artist with illustrations for textbooks (La Galera, SM, Anaya, Santillana) with press (El País, El Mundo).

In the children's field he creates the Astro-Mouse character with whom he has published several comic books and writes and illustrates children's stories such as Anaís does not want to cut the toenails (Tatanka Books, 2013), My Uncle Harjir (Narval, 2015 ), Operation Frankenstein (Narval, 2016) or This is Santiago (El Patito Editorial, 2017)

He has been a finalist of the National Comic Award for Buñuel in the labyrinth of the turtles (Reservoir Books, 2019) that has had film adaptation reaping great success from audiences and critics and several awards at different international festivals.

You can find him on:

        - Instagram: @ferminsolisilustracion

        - Twitter: @BuñuelLaberinto

        - Blog: Fermín Solís

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