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Guillem March

Guillem March (Palma de Mallorca, 1979) is an author who stands out for the multifaceted nature of his work: from comic strips for Dolmen magazine to superhero comics for DC Comics, and costumbrismo starring young girls, serialized in Diario de Mallorca or erotic comics for Playboy. March has a more than appreciable variety of graphic records, and usually varies and used to alternate genres and graphic finishes in his different works until establishing itself in the American market in 2008, when it begins to collaborate with DC Comics. There she has drawn comics and covers for the “family” of Batman titles, especially those starring Catwoman, a character who has drawn 16 comic books in total, including the release of Gotham City Sirens and the relaunch of Catwoman on the occasion of The New 52.

Self-taught, March won a good handful of contests (among them I and II Concurs de Còmic Jove d’Igualada or the IV Salón del Manga de Barcelona in 1998, for example) and participated in several exhibitions of authors Young people of Balearic scope.