Nathalie Bodin studied Plastic Arts, and took courses in communication in Angers. Her first work was illustrating for the juvenile press. She won a contest in 1996, and entered the comics field after meeting Yoann at the Atelier La Boîte Qui Fait Beuh. She made her debut in 1999 with 'Gus le Menteur', which was written by Éric Omond and published by Delcourt. In 2002, she created 'Ourachima le Brave', for which she did both scenario and artwork.
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