Santiago García (b. Madrid, 1968) has been making comics for over ten years in collaboration with various artists. With Pepo Pérez, he’s published three volumes of El Vecino. With Javier Peinado, La Tempestad, Héroes del Espacio, and El Fin del Mundo. With David Rubín, Beowulf (Image Comics, December 2016). With Manel Fontdevila, Tengo Hambre. With Pablo Ríos, Fútbol: La Novela Gráfica. With Javier Olivares, El Extraño Caso del Doctor Jekyll y Mister Hyde and Las Meninas. Las Meninas won the prize for best Spanish work of the year at the Salón del Cómic de Barcelona in 2015 and the Premio Nacional del Cómic 2015. He edited the comics anthology Spanish Fever (translated by Erica Mena, Fantagraphics Books) and a collection of essays Supercómic: Mutaciones de la Novela Gráfica Contemporánea. His essay “La Novela Gráfica” won the prize for work that contributes to a greater cultural awareness and understanding of comics at the Salón de Barcelona in 2011 and has been translated in Brazil and the United States. In 2015 he published his essay, “Cómics Sensacionales.” García! was published in two volumes with Luis Bustos. Yuna (Astiberri, 2015), in collaboration with Juaco Vizuete.