In the early 1990s Peniche learned comic book art from Mexican comic book artist Alberto Maldonado Herrera. He later invited him to comic book conventions in the United States.
After Two Years of working behind the scenes as a flatter for a group of friends who colored Comics. Peniche was discovered in 2007 through his DeviantArt website, by the president of Outerverse productions Phillip E. Hardy. Made him The titular artist of his emblem character “Riftor the True Warrior”, a sci-fi history about a extraterrestrial warrior looking for his path in the Earth.
In 2008 met James Eatock, and began a large list of collaborations (collaborations that still running ) to his 80s Cartoons Magazine “cereal Geek”, making illustrations of the Ghostbusters, He-man, Thundercats, Gijoe, Inspector Gadget among many others.
In 2008 too, Peniche entered in contact with the editor of Moonstone Books Joe Gentile, and what started like a few test sketches for one comic of Mandrake, become in a small story of the Phantom, character created in 1936 by Lee Falk.
In 2009 with Tom DeFalco recreated the “FlyingFool” story about an Army Air Corps lieutenant In WW II.
Later in 2009 Peniche became the fill in artist of the title “Phantom Ghost who Walks” and later gained his own title, a mini series of six numbers “the Phantom Double Shot”
Nowadays Peniche Still Working With Moonstone in other Projects.
Date of Birth:
April 25th, 1983
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgDeviantArt: http://fpeniche.deviantart.comNotes:
Fernando Peniche (born 25 April 1983) is a Mexican comic book penciller, best known for his work on American comic books such as The Phantom, Riftor the Trae Warrior and his Illustrations for the UK magazine Cereal Geek.