Lio en Español by Mark Tatulli
Type: Comic Strip
Lio es una tira cómica poco usual y pensamos que les encantará.
Primero, Lio no tiene diálogo. Relata historias sólo con imágenes, una "tira pantomima", dice Mark Tatulli, su creador. Luego, el personaje principal de Lio es un niño pequeño muy curioso dotado de una imaginación que se desata con los ruidos nocturnos y las cosas que se ocultan bajo la cama. Y Lio ofrece diferentes tonos de humor oscuro junto con risas francas.
Esta tira tiene una mirada fresca y atrae a todos, especialmente a los lectores jóvenes... y a los lectores que recuerdan cuando eran jóvenes... y a los que desearÃan ser jóvenes. Lio es una tira cómica moderna, divertida, visualmente llamativa y realmente diferente.
In 1988, Mark Tatulli drew his first published newspaper comic strip, for the Burlington County Times in New Jersey. His next strip, Bent Halos, a comic about a couple of rambunctious angels, was nationally syndicated. Mark eventually put the strip into hiatus to pursue other strip concepts with broader appeal, and to this day he still receives fan mail from Bent Halos readers.
In July 1997, Heart of the City first found her way onto Mark's drawing board, and she hasn't left since. Heart quickly caught the eyes of senior editors at Andrews McMeel Syndication. The strip debuted in newspapers in November 1998 and has garnered rave reviews from fans the world over.
In addition to his cartooning experience, Tatulli is also an accomplished filmmaker and animator, and is the recipient of three Emmy awards for his television work. His experience includes graphics and animation for such shows as "A Wedding Story," "Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls," "Epicurious," and children's DVDs.
Mark currently resides in New Jersey with his wife, son and two daughters. His children are the true joy of his life and the inspiration for much of his comic artwork.