Bernard Berger was born in Nouméa, on the South Pacific isle of New-Caledonia. He lived in Paris from 1977 to 1982, where he studied Applied Arts. In 1983, he created his famous series 'Brousse en Folie', which was published in the Caledonian magazine Télé 7 Jours and later in Les Nouvelles-Hebdo. Album collections of the series have appeared from 1984. The series is also printed in France and Singapore. Since 1997, Berger writes the scenarios for the series 'Le Sentier des Hommes', which is illustrated by Jar.
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