Hervé Bourhis became fascinated with superheroes during his childhood. He studied plastic arts, where he lost his passion for comics, after the remarks of a comics hating teacher. After his studies, in 1999, he began his career working in web graphics. He refound his love for comics and made his debut in the field with 'Thomas, ou le Retour du Tabou', an album published by Les Humanoïdes Associés in 2002. This comic earned his the Goscinny Prize for best young comics scenarist. He teamed up with Rudy Spiessert, for whom he wrote 'Le Stéreo Club' at Dargaud. As an allround artist, he began the series 'Comix Remix' ('Feu Mister Mercure') at Dupuis in 2005. In 2010 he published his remarkable 'Le petit livre Beatles' with publisher Dargaud, an illustrated overview of the entire careers and lives of the Fab Four.
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