Los Bros Hernandez

Los Bros Hernandez is the collective name given to the Hernandez brothers responsible for the acclaimed independent comic series Love and Rockets. The artists behind the series are Jaime ("Xaime") and Gilbert ("Beto"), and, to a lesser extent, Mario.

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Ignatz Award - Award Winners and Nominees - Outstanding Comic
2 #18 by Los Bros Hernandez (Fantagraphics Books) Monster Parade #1 by Ben Catmull (Fantagraphics Books) 2006 Schizo #4 by Ivan Brunetti (Fantagraphics Books) Big Questions #7 by ... Hernandez Love Rockets #13 (Fantagraphics) Los Bros ... Hernandez, Love Rockets #12 (Fantagraphics) Marc Bell, Worn Tuff Elbow #1 (Fantagraphics) 2004 Daniel Clowes, Eightball #23 (Fantagraphics Books) Charles Burns, Black Hole #1 ...
Love And Rockets (comics) - Graphic Novels and Collections
... All published at Fantagraphics Music for Mechanics, by Los Bros Hernandez*, October 1985, ~140 pages (* principally Gilbert Jaime Hernandez some pages by Mario) Preface by Carter ...
Hernández - Other Personalities
... Hernandez, Filipino author Claudia Hernández, Peruvian beauty queen and model Daniel Hernández, Colombian-American fashion designer Daniel Hernández ... Francisco Hernández de Toledo, Spanish naturalist and physician Gilbert Hernandez, American cartoonist (part of comic book artists known as Los Bros Hernandez) Gilberto Hernández Ortega ... Cuban-American attorney and government official Israel Hernandez, American government official Jaime Hernandez, American cartoonist (part of comic book artists known ...

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