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Román Arámbula – RIP

Comic strip artist and animator Román Arámbula has passed away.


Román V. Arámbula
September 18, 1936 (?1935?) – March 19, 2020

 

animation, comic strips

The Lambiek Comiclopedia profile.

A brief filmography and comics work outline from I.N.D.U.C.K.S.:

Education/training Mexico City University
Animated films Television commercials 1960s (no specifics known). – Hanna-Barbera: Layout artist 1970-1975 (Josie and the Pussycats, The Hair Bunch, Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch). – Filmation Associates: Animator 1972-1973 (Treasure Island, Oliver Twist). – Marvel: Storyboard artist 1990-1991 (Little Shop of Horrors). – Hyperion Pictures: Assistant director 1993-1996 (The Oz Kids). – Warner Bros. Television Animation: Storyboard artist 1990s (Pinky and the Brain).
Comic-book, comic strips, illustrations

Cartoons and illustrations for various Mexican magazines 1960s. – Disney Studios: Comic-book artwork for foreign-market comic-book stories and newspaper strips 1970s-1980s. – Hanna-Barbera: Comic-book artwork 1978-1979.

 

Román’s entry in the Jerry Bails’ Who’s Who of American Comic Books.

When Román briefly dipped his pen in American comic books Mark Evanier was his editor and the writer of his stories, Mark remembers Román on the occasion of his passing.

The Animation Guild interviews Román in 2011.

 

For almost 15 years, from late 1975 to early 1990, Román was the daily artist of the Mickey Mouse comic strip (He drew the Sundays from 1983-1990).


 

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#1 MAHER younsi
March/22/2020
@ 3:24 am

R.I.P,Roman Arambula .

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