David Braña was born in Barcelona in 1973.
His passion for comics as a child led him to start writing his first scripts as a teenager. He’s written short stories for various publications, including, Dark Hearts (Nowevolution), El Arca de las Historietas, Ensueños, Sinónimos de Lucro, Z-Time (Markosia), Revista Cthulu (Diábolo Ediciones), Tomb Of Terror, Androide Paranoide, Refugiados, Viaje a Xambala (Grafito Editorial), WAK!, Espanto... And longer works such as the two installments of DOS: Primeros síntomas and Buscando respuestas en Vigo, and Evil War (Drakul); Mercury (Babylon); Los ocultos, Mil lobos and Vivar (Nowevolution); Madeja (Cósmica Editorial); Monte Arruit and Pax Anza (Cascaborra Ediciones); Lady Enigma (Aces Weekly and Cósmica Editorial); Tamia et les memoires du dragon (Akileos), Dugan (Sallybooks) and Córtex (Cósmica Editorial).
He’s also worked as a coordinator on the recent anthology PAZ, which supports Solidarity and received contributions from more than 60 creators.
He’s currently preparing new projects for various publishers, including US publisher, Dark Horse.