Meet Xulia Vicente during Heroes Made in Asia


Xulia has joined our lineup. You can visit her to buy prints, ask for autographs or just to chat!

Xulia Vicente

Xulia Vicente is a comic artist and illustrator from the Spanish region of Galicia. She moves to Valencia to study a degree in Fine Arts and shortly after starts publishing comic books, like Duerme Pueblo, with Núria Tamarit, and Sello de Dragón, written by Manuel Gutiérrez. This last one is actually a trilogy, with parts 1 and 2 already published and a third one currently in production.

Xulia’s comics so far have had Spanish and French releases, with the exception of her latest work, I see a Knight, published recently by Shortbox in both English and Spanish. Xulia keeps working in comic projects while doing freelance illustration work and collaborations on anthologies and zines. Her main interest is narrative work, being raised in comics from an early age and with a wide range of influences from different comic industries.

Do you want to know more about Xulia, and her comics? Then go to her Instagram, Tumblr or Twitter via:

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