At one point in our conversation, Dante Luiz referred to himself and H. Pueyo as “two unknown Latin Americans,” and while there may be some truth to that at the moment, it cannot be said that they aren’t incredibly talented.
The two writer/artists work separately and together, but they share an interest in South American history and culture, folklore and in looking at violence. Luiz has been published in La Raza Anthology: Unidos y Fuertes and Dates!, and H. has been publishing short fiction in a variety of outlets and has a piece in new volume of the long-running Dirty Diamonds anthology. The two have a short comic in the upcoming anthology Gothic Tales of Haunted Love, which is currently being kickstarted. That’s in addition to their work appearing in other anthologies like Tales from The Public Domain, Tabula Idem, Wayward Sisters and Built on Strange Ground.