His real name is Victor Villayandre, an illustrator from Madrid. He completed his art studies in Cartoon and Comic at the ESDIP (College of Professional Drawing). Although he has never stopped drawing, his first work in the world of professional comic books was in 2003, with Mack & Kuack for Hiphopflash magazine. He later started self-publishing by creating the Zona 00 cómics label where he published Bea Gressive in 2005. He entered the world of animation by drawing and animating a few chapters of the series Dexter's Laboratory: Dexter presents, broadcast on Cartoon Switching to the advertising industry, he createdcharacters and animated a 3D TV commercial for the Rover Mg car brand. Still in advertising, he did work for Universal Records, Fanta, A3 TV, Tele 5 and other less reputable companies. In 2008, he illustrated several children's books Historias de Algoria (Algoria Stories) and Las clases del mal del Dr. Libelious (The evil lessons by Dr. Libelious) based on the TV show Los Algos on Cuatro TV. In 2009, he drew the Trancas and Barrancas Network Spain. characters (from the television show El Hormiguero on Cuatro TV) for books and marketing. He also illustrated the book Los experimentos de Flipi (Flipi's experiments) and the packaging for El Gran Juego de Flipi (Flipi's great board game) for the same company. In 2011, returning to the world of comic books and on his own label Zona 00 cómics, he published Lei -Li: La Rabia del tigre (Lei-Li: The Rage of the Tiger) # 1 and # 2, Cuchillo (Knife) # 1 and # 2, and illustration notebooks Suicide Cartoons Girls # 1 and # 2 which would later be digitalized for the DriveThruecomics platform. Between 2012 and 2013, he published several issues of the eVentures with eBabe series scripted by Brie Brown for the American label Blink of an Eye. He is currently working on several comic books, including Sicarios (Hired Guns), Spooky Encounters and the Segunda Temporada (Second Season) strips in webcomic format and on www.zona00.com. He recently publish Sicarios on Aces of Weekly - the multi-award-winning, exclusively onscreen comic art magazine published by David Lloyd.