Eduardo González osallistuu Helsingin sarjakuvafestivaaleihin etävieraana.
Eduardo González will take part in Helsinki Comics Festival programme as a remote guest.
Graduated in Fine Arts from the University of La Laguna in 1993, Eduardo González (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 1970) began his work in various national magazines, creating works such as Azoth, Vacas watching the train, 451º and Dos Times Brief, the latter with a script by Quim Bou. His work also reached generalist publications within the archipelago such as Canarias Gráfica and Canarias Ilustrada.
In 1999 he began to collaborate with La Opinion de Tenerife, after the publication of the Becarios series. The relationship lasted for ten years and he was in charge, sometimes alone and sometimes together with other scriptwriters, of different comic strips. The Venta of Floro and Don and Doña are some of the titles. In addition, González alternated these works with his collaboration in the national humorous weekly El virus mutatante, directed by Julio Rey, and for Lagenda, a publication from Tenerife.
In 2011, Dolmen released Inside the Night, his first nationwide comic book album and on which he worked as a full author. Later, he joined the writer Quique Ramos to make the Guanches historical collection. In 2016, Autobiopsia was released, one of his most personal, complete and best-resolved works by the graphic author up to that point.
Inside the Night earned him a nomination in the Dolmen National Critics Awards 2011 as best screenwriter and a win in the Diario de Avisos Award 2012. In 2018, he received an award at the XV edition of the International Comic Fair and the Illustration of Tenerife in recognition of his professional career.
In 2020, he published his new work entitled Chronicles of a quarantine, edited by Ediciones Idea, within the Archives of the Foundation for the Promotion and Study of Narrative in Images.