Andrés Rábago García, known by the pseudonyms of Ops and El Roto (The Broken), is a Spanish comic and cartoonist born in Madrid in 1947. He is intrigued by the common man and expresses a general distaste for media and pop culture. El Roto is self-taught and began publishing cartoons and illustrations in Brother Wolf magazine in 1961. Since then, he continued to work for other publications, including The Literary Estafeta, The Quail, Triumph, Notebooks for Dialogue, The Independent, and Ajoblanco. He also produced the animated short film “The Age of Silence.” El Roto is best known for his satirical cartoon contributions to the Spanish newspaper EL PAÍS, and the International Herald Tribune.