"Chasing Echoes"

(2019, Humanoids Inc.)

Chasing Echoes is a heartfelt and offbeat tale about dysfunctional family dynamics,

self-discovery and rebirth in the wake of loss.

Malka, the black sheep of her family, learns that her relatives are making a decades-in-the-planning pilgrimage to their grandfather’s pre-Holocaust home in Poland...and she wasn’t invited. After guilt-tripping herself a ticket as the self-appointed “Keeper of the Family Archives,” it becomes clear that everyone’s brought more baggage than just their suitcases.

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"Wizard Beach"

(2019, BOOM! Studios)

When Hexley Daggard Ragbottom sets off to find his Uncle Salazar, he expects to find the most powerful wizard of the modern age. Instead, he finds Uncle “Sally” only wants to kick back, relax, and stay clear of any kind of wizard politics. So how is Hex supposed to become a great wizard if all the adults are too lazy to teach him? Shaun Simon (The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys) and Conor Nolan (Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Giants) present a humorous look at magic, family and just kicking back.

For this series, I've developed the logo, a few covers and several easter egg pages non-related to the story and heavily focused on world-building.

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"Planet of the Apes: The Time of Man"

(2019, BOOM! Studios)

Celebrate over 50 years of one of cinema’s most important franchises with this one-shot collection of stories highlighting the Planet of the Apes’ most dangerous enemy: the beast called man!

Featuring stories from both the original films and new series canon, including the early years of Armando and Caesar before Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, and for the first time ever, a story set after the harrowing events of War for the Planet of the Apes, following a few of the remaining human survivors.

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"Wishes"

(2018, Dark Horse Comics/independent)

A short story minisseries about characters who expand and communicate their dreams to others in the outside world. I've written and illustrated it, and it's one of the things I am the most proud of delivering so far in my comic book career. Was supposed to be published on the Dark Horse Presents magazine before the anthology got cancelled circa 2017. I have since got the publishing rights back and will publish it online in the near future.

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"Tough Match Up"

    (2017, personal work)

Personal project. I wanted to test my skills doing action scenes while homaging characters I grew up loving from the hit series game Street Fighter. Turned out a great exercise, and a couple of pages I like a lot within the latest stuff I've done.

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Hitomi

(2016, Balão Editorial)

2017 Troféu HQ Mix

5 nominations

"Hitomi is a small child living in a village in the suburbs of 1980's Japan. Her father is constantly traveling and absent, and her relationship with her mother is complicated. Her quiet and boring life is about to change, though, as Hitomi stumbles upon a photo camera with special properties. The artifact will lead her into a journey of self-knowledge and personal growth, as Hitomi finds new ways to explore her world, meeting new people, unveiling her own artistic expressions and learning to deal with old and new life issues, emotions and intense dillemas. This work is inspired by classic eastern narrative styles - displayed in comics, animation and film - and it tells a tight and touching, lovely illustrated story. The result is a published novel that is universally appealing and will captivate any audience who lays eyes on it."

2017 Prêmio Jabuti

nominated for

Best Graphic Novel

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Moschitto

(2013, independent)

2014 Troféu HQ Mix

nominated for Revelation, Artist

"Vengeance is a dish better sucked cold...or hot? To the Moschitto family - the most traditional and respected one in the mosquito italian mafia - that won't really matter. What only matters is that "family always comes first", and now that the newest member of the famiglia has been brutally murdered by a human being, the Moschitto are willing to suck their nemesis until there's no blood drop left!"

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Sabor Brasilis

(2013, Zarabatana)

"A graphical 'novela'. Or something like that.
Olívia Ribeiro's got her days numbered. She's just got pregnant and it's Luís Paulo's - her boss - child. She has her eyes on the money that Luís' spoiled wife, Mônica, is about to inheritage.

Olívia's soon-to-come murder line the main narrative of Sabor Brasilis, current prime time soup opera aired in Brazil's biggest television network. However, Callado - the showrunner - has no idea of how to solve the intricate puzzles that his protagonist's death will bring to the table, a revelation that will drop like a bomb on Helena, Lauro, Matheus, and Zulu, his writer team. The clock is ticking, and the team will have their talents put to the test as they atempt to build a striking finale in two months to save Sabor Brasilis from being a huge flop in the network's history."

2014 Troféu HQ Mix

3 nominations

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