Assassin's Creed

Djillali Defali was born in Bordeaux into an artistic family. A self-taught artist, he made his first appearance on the comics front with the one-shot comic book 'La Proie', that was published by Le Cycliste in 1998. He then started the series 'Garous' with scriptwriter Jean-Charles Gaudin, that was published by Soleil between 1999 and 2011. He signed his early work D'Fali, but now he mainly works under the name Defali.

Garous, by Jjillali D'Fali
Garous

He began a productive association with scriptwriter Éric Corbeyran at Delcourt, with whom he created the fantasy and science-fiction series 'Asphodèle' (2003-2005), 'La loi des 12 tables' (2006), 'Uchronie(s) New York' (2008-2010) and 'Septième Sens' (2012).

La loi des 12 tables by Djillali Defali
La loi des 12 tables

Defali and Corbeyran were joined by co-scriptwriter Richard Guérineau in the creation of 'Le Syndrome de Hyde' (2007-2010) and by Richard Malka for 'Pulsions' (2008). For publisher Les Deux Royaumes Defali and Corbeyran started the series 'Assassin's Creed'.

Le Syndrome de Hyde by Defali
Le Syndrome de Hyde

Last updated: 2012-11-30

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