Franck Bonnet was an architect for a couple of years before he turned to making comics. In the evenings he drew comics, copying the work of his favorite artists. In 1990 he won first prize at a comics festival in Grenoble for his pages that appeared in a fanzine. Bonnet met novelist Didier van Cauwelaert in 1992. They cooperated on Van Cauwelaert's film 'Les Amies de ma Femme', where the main character was a female comic artist. They continued their cooperation with the comic series 'Vanity Benz', about a reporter for Paris-Scoop. In November 1998 Bonnet began 'Attila mon Amour' with scriptwriter Jean-Yves Mitton for Glénat. In 2004, he began his series 'Vell'a', for which he wrote the dialogues in cooperation with Marc Bourgne.
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