Domingo Roberto Mandrafina

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Domingo Mandrafina
Born Domingo Roberto Mandrafina
(1945-11-02) November 2, 1945 (age 71)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nationality Argentine
Area(s) artist
Pseudonym(s) Cacho
Notable works
Lady Shadow
Ulises Boedo
El Piñon Fijo
Spaghetti Brothers

Domingo Roberto Mandrafina (born November 2, 1945 in Buenos Aires), also called Cacho Mandrafina, is an Argentine comics artist.


He debuted in 1969 on the magazine Patoruzito. Two years later he illustrated the science fiction series Samos, written by Jorge Morhain for the magazine Billiken. In 1972 Mandrafina started his collaboration with Editorial Columba and the review Top. In 1978 he started illustrating the series Savarese, written by Robin Wood, published in the magazine D'artagnan.

Later he worked for Ediciones Record (Lady Shadow and El condenado). His other works include Dragger (written by Carlos Trillo), Cosecha verde and Race of Scorpions, for the American publisher Dark Horse Comics.

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