Published in 1901, Uncle Gorio is one of the very few stories written by poet José María Gabriel y Galán. Juan Luis Iglesias and C. de Cruz, scriptwriter and cartoonist, have used an original approach to adapt this work representative of the Galán universe to the language of comics. Gabriel y Galán becomes the narrator and protagonist of his story by interacting with his own characters, Uncle Gorio and Aunt Pulía, a married couple united by love and convenience. A costumbrista comic that takes place in the course of a literary gathering between Emilia Pardo Bazán, Benito Pérez Galdós and Gabriel y Galán, it shows the opinion that the poet had of his countrymen, tinted by both criticism and affection, while they reflect on literary art and recall some personal anecdotes. A tribute to José María Gabriel y Galán, the poet whose soul was divided between Castilla and Extremadura, on the 150th anniversary of his birth.