by Sherif Awad
He was born 1959 in Buenos Aires. In the first stage of his professional career, Domingues collaborated with Carlos Meglia on comic strips made for Italy and on “The Bible for Children”.
Throughout the nineties, together with Carlos Trillo, he produced a significant number of works that were published in the Puertitas magazine and also published in France and the US via DC and Marvel Comics
I come from a middle class family, with no background in the field of art. I think my head clicked when I saw "Sword in the Stone", a Disney classic. To See those designs so modern, I was very impressed, even though I was very small.
My role model was mainly Disney, and some Hanna-Barbera series like Johnny Quest. Batman without a doubt, I remember the drawings of Dick Giordano and Neal Adams. Later I would discover Will Eisner, through an Argentinian cartoonist, Osvaldo Viola.
And of course the Trilogy of "Lord of the Rings"
I was basically self-taught. But I was lucky to come across a great artist, Carlos Meglia, who taught me a lot about what I know.
I was fortunate to work with great writers, which gave me moments of great fun. With Carlos Trillo, we made children's comics for the Argentine magazine Genios, among them
"Tilo the Time Traveler", "The Adventures of Brian", "The Queen of the River", which was also published in Italy, "La Mauvaise Fee" and "La Marque du peche" for the French market, etc.
For the American market "Lazarus Jack" with a script by Mark Rickets for Dark Horse. "True Story" with script by Paul Cornell and "Ant-Man with Tom DeFalco for Marvel, etc. For DC, with scripts by Gail Simone, the second part of" Welcome to Tranquility ", WildCats-Nemesis with script by Robbie Morrison, etc ... I also worked for Boom Studios, and IDW, here doing various numbers of Dr. Who, etc. Also in "Editoriale Aurea" in Italy..