This time José Molina doesn't use his usual language of deep and intense black and white tones, but the playful and lively tones of color, without giving up his powerful visual imagery. The brand new collection, entitled A HERO NEVER DIES, is inspired by people from the world of culture, politics and the masterpieces of Western art. As the artist himself says, the nostalgia for the game, the challenge of trying new languages, a certain desire for carefree have inspired the creation of this new cycle of works. One of the most important functions of art is to keep the memory lit by reviving icons of the past or present, characters that have influenced or are influencing our lives. His wants to be a re-reading, sometimes to pay homage, sometimes to criticize in a light but penetrating way. The idea of reinterpreting masterpieces of Western art and characters of our time through play is his way of proposing an art accessible to all, establishing a more direct contact with his audience. The title of this series of works, A HERO NEVER DIES, does not want to project these figures into a dimension that does not belong to us as humans, but rather to make them feel closer to us through a look of tenderness and sometimes more pungent irony.