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David Aja is a Spanish cartoonist, born in Valladolid on April 16, 1977. He works for the North American market.
Childhood and professional beginnings
David Aja has always been a comic book fan. Before I could read, I was already looking at the drawings of “Don Miki” and “Copito.” Later, he would become fond of “Mortadelo” and the superheroes, including Bill Sienkiewicz’s Moon Knight, whom he later recognized as one of his great influences, in the old editions of Surco and Vértice. He also copied a lot of other authors such as Enki Bilal, Brian Bolland, Alberto Breccia, Frank Miller, David Mazzucchelli, Mike Mignola or Mike Zeck.
Between 1995 and 2000, he studied Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca. After finishing the race, he went to Barcelona, where he started working as an illustrator, because the comic book did not allow him to pay his expenses.
The American adventure
In 2004 he settled in Madrid and in the Salón del Cómic de Barcelona he met the editor of Marvel Comics Mike Marts, with whom he would continue to maintain contact through e-mail.
In April of the following year, he accepted the proposal of the editor Warren Simons and drew X-Men Unlimited, Giant-Size Wolverine No. 1, with David Lapham and a fill-in for Daredevil No. 18, with Ed Brubaker.
At the end of 2006, he made his definitive leap to popularity by taking over 16 issues of The Immortal Iron Fist, where he continued to capture the scripts of Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction.
For these works, he won in 2007 an Eagle Award from the British comic industry as a New Favorite Artist, a nomination for the Eisner Awards of the United States and the Revelation Author Award at the International Comics Hall of Madrid.
In 2008, and established again in his hometown, he had his first son, he also participated in the XI Comic Fair of La Coruña and was awarded again in Expocómic with the award for Best National Cartoonist.
In 2013 he won two Eisner awards at the San Diego Comic Con in the categories of Best Scorecard and Best Draftsman or Drafting Team for his work on Hawkeye (Hawkeye), series edited by Marvel. He won again two Eisner awards, the best number and again the best porter, and in 2016 he returned to take a new Eisner for his covers of the series The Scarlet Witch, Hawk’s Eye and Karnak.
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