Thibaud De Rochebrune first took part in the comics workshop in Angoulême and before starting to work in animation. In 2001, he illustrated his first comic book, Les Veneurs (Le Cycliste), a story written by Ebatbuok. Then, between 2002 and 2004, he created the fantasy series Bluehope (Glénat) in collaboration with writer Serge Meirinho. De Rochebrune also wrote and illustrated the series Filii published by Bamboo between 2006 and 2008. In 2009, he worked on the fantasy one-shot Les Chemins de Vadstena (Soleil) with Sylvain Runberg, and in 2011, he began the historical series Jack (Dupuis). Then, in 2013, he illustrated the third volume in the series À l'Origine des Contes (Glénat) with scriptwriter Philippe Bonifay. His most recent work is the sci-fi graphic novel Inhumain (Dupuis; Inhuman, Europe Comics), created alongside Denis Bajram and Valérie Mangin. De Rochebrune now lives in London.

Country of origin: France Europe Comics Publisher: Dupuis (Belgium)