I'm very sorry to hear of the passing of Spanish artist Luis Bermejo Rojo, who has died at the age of 84. Some of his many comic strips included work in War Picture Libraries for the UK and Creepy for the USA. I knew his style through the pages of Fantastic in 1967 when he illustrated The Missing Link, the Hulk-like creature who, after several weeks, evolved into the British superhero Johnny Future. In all, the strip ran for 51 weeks, with Bermejo producing top class artwork every time, making it a favourite of many readers (myself included).
John Freeman has a more thorough tribute to the artist on the Down the Tubes blog, which you can read at this link:
My condolences to Mr.Berjemo's family and friends at this sad time.