Paco Roca

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Roca in 2008

Francisco Martínez Roca aka Paco Roca (born in 1969 on Valencia, Spain) is a Spanish strip cartoonist with experience in graphic novels and advertisement illustrations.[1][2][3]

He's best known for his comic-books like Wrinkles.[4] This work was adapted to cinemas in September 11, 2011 by Ignacio Ferreras and produced by Perro Verde Films.[5]

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Further reading[edit]

  • Koldo Azpitarte (2009). Senderos. Una retrospectiva de la obra de Paco Roca. Laukatu Ediciones. ISBN 978-84-613-6384-1
  • Santiago García (strip cartoonist) (2010). La novela gráfica, Bilbao: Astiberri Ediciones.
  • Santiago García (coord.) (May 2013). Panorama. La novela gráfica española hoy. Bilbao: Astiberri Ediciones. Data base: BI-186-13 ISBN 978-84-15685-26-5. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ García (2010), p. 263.
  2. ^ Pérez, Pepo (02/2009). Entrevista a Paco Roca: La vida es sueño, "Rockdelux".
  3. ^ González, Lucía (17/05/2009). El mundo del cómic, entre bambalinas, "El Mundo".
  4. ^ Julius Purcell (13 February 2015). "Wrinkles by Paco Roca review – a tender graphic novel about Alzheimer's disease". The Guardian. Retrieved 8 June 2015. 
  5. ^ Terrassa, Rodrigo (25 March 2009). "'Arrugas' da el salto al cine". El Mundo'. Retrieved 6 August 2011. 
  6. ^ El dibujante Paco Roca gana el Premio Nacional de Cómic con 'Arrugas', 20minutos, 18 de noviembre de 2008.
  7. ^ Graell, Vanessa (15/04/2011). Y el Oscar del cómic va para... , El Mundo.
  8. ^ "Paco Roca, l'autore di Rughe vince il Gran premio Romics 2014 grazie a I solchi del destino". Retrieved 8 June 2015. 

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