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Antonio Prohias was a cartoonist best known for creating the Spy vs. Spy comic strip.
Prohias was born in Cuba but left the country in 1960 and emigrated to America. That same year he started working on Mad magazine. Prohias retired in 1986 due to ill health.
Video games have been released based on his Spy vs. Spy characters.
Credited on 3 games
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|Spy vs Spy (2005 on PlayStation 2)||Created by|
|Spy vs. Spy III: Arctic Antics (1986 on Atari 8-bit)||Based on the Spy vs. Spy characters created by|
|Spy vs Spy (1984 on Apple II)||Based on SPY vs SPY characters created by|
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- 2 games with Jim Nangano
- 2 games with Michael J. Riedel
- 2 games with Fernando Herrera
- 2 games with Nick Scarim
- 2 games with Richard M. Spitalny
- 1 game with Jeffrey Castaneda
- 1 game with Emmanuel Tramblais
- 1 game with Ryan Kaminaga
- 1 game with Dimitri Del Castillo
- 1 game with Jean-Paul Berard
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- 2 games with First Star Software, Inc.
- 1 game with Vicious Cycle Software, Inc.
- 1 game with Global Star Software Inc.
- 1 game with E.C. Publications, Inc
- 1 game with Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.
- 1 game with Seika Corporation
- 1 game with Mattel Pty. Ltd.
- 1 game with GameWizz Digital Entertainment
- 1 game with Epyx, Inc.
- 1 game with Databyte
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