Reasons for consideration:
In her article entitled “Leoncio Martínez un personaje que marcó pauta en la disidencia,” Omaira Zambrano Roa provides a survey of literary works that were edited by a luminary Venezuelan editor and literary figure Leoncio Martinez. Leoncio Martinez used satire as a tool to point out the effects of the dictatorship of Juan Vicente Gomez and others on the Venezuelan society of the time. Leoncio Martinez founded the weekly satirical journal, "Fantoches" in Caracas in 1923. The journal ceased in 1941. The general discourse of Fantoches was similar to the critical introspection of the society under the dictatorship that his previous periodical- Pittoreos depicts. He founded Fantoches in collaboration with another literary figure- Francisco Pimental (Job Pim). Before taking on a role as a chief editor and a caricaturist, he edited several Venezuelan journals like El Cojo Ilustrado (1908) (http://catalog.crl.edu/record=b2886059~S1), La Voz del Pueblo, El Nuevo Diario (1913) La Linterna Mágica y Pitorreos (1918).