(b. 28/8/1946, Spain) Born in Barcelona, Alfonso Font studied fine arts, and began his career doing some illustration work for Bruguera. Font's first comics were published in Hazanas del Oeste of the publishing house Toray. For the Selecciones Illustradas agency, he made historical comics about the lives of famous criminals. In 1970, he began working for the British market (a.o. 'Black Max' for Fleetway) and the American market (Warren, Skywald). With the writer C. Echevarria, he made 'Géminis' ('Phil Jackson').In 1975, he settled in Paris where he began a collaboration with the magazine Pif Gadget. For this magazine he created 'Sandberg, Père et Fils' (script by Patrick Cothias, 1975-77), 'Les Dossiers Mystère' (scipts by Solet, art in cooperation with Carlos Giménez and Usero, 1978) and 'Les Robinsons de la Terre' (script by Roger Lécureux, 1979-82). He was also present in Scoop with two stories in cooperation with J.M. Charlier, and in Tousse Bourin ('Foutu Job' with Cothias, 1976) and Super-As ('Les Compagnons d'Atlantis, scripted by Victor Mora, 1980).Font eventually returned to his native country, where he started two new series with Victor Mora: 'Sylvestre' and 'Tequila Bang'. He contributed to several magazines, like Cimoc, Circus, À Tope and 1984. For the latter, he created Clarke and Kubrick, two futuristic characters that starred in many of his subsequent comics for Cimoc and Rambla. In Cimoc, he introduced his aviation character 'Frederico Mendelssohn Bartholdy'. Also for this magazine, he made 'El Prisionero de las Estrellas' (1983), and the series 'Jann Polynésia' and 'John Rohner' (1985). For À Tope, he made 'Carmen Bond' in 1985.In 1987, he started working for Pilote and Charlie Mensuel, with the series 'Taxi'. After two independent albums for Planeta publishers, he restarted 'John Rohner' at Norma publishers, then created 'Privado' and 'Bri d'Alban' in Cimoc, as well as the police series 'Negras tormentas' with writer Juan Antonio De Blas. In 1996, he launched the erotic series 'Dra, Dare' in Penthouse Comix.