Le Pays Empoisonné (Petites Histoires Africaines, 2005)
Frantz Duchazeau began his career in the early 1990s working for the French Disney magazine Le Journal de Mickey. He also joined Spirou, where he did numerous short stories and the series 'Une Vie de Chiens' scripted by Christian Godard. He did several comics and illustratons for the advertising field, mostly in cooperation with Gilles Corre.
Une Vie de Chiens (Spirou)
In 2002, he began the series 'Igor et les Monstres' with scriptwriter Pierre Veys at Dargaud. In 2003, Duchazeau teamed up with Fabien Vehlmann to create two volumes of 'La Nuit de l'Inca' (2004) and 'Les Cinq Coneurs de Bagdad' (2006). Duchazeau and Vehlmann also cooperated on several tales from Africa, which were collected by Milan in the album 'Dieu qui pue Dieu qui pête'.
Igor et les Monstres
With writer Gwen de Bonneval, he began the series 'Gilgamesh' for Dargaud in 2004. Duchazeau additionally took up scriptwriting and produced the historical album 'Les Vaincus' with Dargaud (2007) and 'Le Rêve de Meteor Slim', a story set in 1935 Mississippi, with Editions Sarbacane (2008).
La Nuit de l'Inca