José Ángel Labari Ilundain, Jali (Pamplona, 1977), has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona. Although he started creating his first comic books at the age of 12, he published regularly in 1997 in fanzines and magazines such as Amaníaco, La Comictiva or Mala Impression. From 1999 his comics are published in monographic volumes that give him an increasing visibility. He participates in suggestive collective projects such as Tapa roja (Ediciones Sins Entido, 2003) or Liar Liar (Warner España, 2008), a book by Iván Ferreiro in which he adapts three songs by the Vigo musician to the comic. It emphasizes with its Plexiglás work (Astiberri, 2004), a fable that connects with classics of universal Literature like the magician of Oz or Peter Pan sifted by its taste by the black humor, with which it wins the prize Junceda of illustration and is doubly nominated for best work and author revelation at the Barcelona International Comic Fair 2005. In his next graphic novel, Olivier Duveau's Last Great Journey (Astiberri, 2009), he returns to cast that look, sometimes tender, sometimes cruel, like life itself, with which it reaches surprising heights of visual poetry. Do not wake up the sleeper (Astiberri 2012) includes the unpublished story that lends him the name and collects some of his first works (Ticket to space, Igor Mortis, The myopic child and A Berta tormenting him), in the that is strengthening his personal imagination. Malaria (Astiberri, 2016) is his latest work.