Barcelona, Jul 24 (EFE) .- The cartoonist and graphic humorist Carlos Romeu Müller, one of the founders of the satirical magazine El Jueves and creator of characters such as Betty and Miguelito, has died at the age of 73, as reported by the publication in social networks.
“We have lost a father,” says El Jueves in his message on the networks, in which he recalls that Romeu founded the magazine together with TOM and José Luis Martín.
The publication also highlights: “He leaves us a master of graphic humor, the father of characters like Betty and Miguelito. “A hug, partner, wherever you are,” concludes the magazine.
Carlos Romeu Muller was born in 1948 in Barcelona. The son of a Catalan dedicated to the textile sector and a French mother, he studied commercial teaching but left his studies to start Arts and Crafts, although he did not finish them either.
During his career as a cartoonist and humorist he collaborated with numerous magazines and newspapers, such as Por Favor, Triunfo, Interviú, Play Boy, El Jueves or El País, a newspaper where he published his Miguelito comic strips for more than three decades.