Henri Iselin was an early French comics artist. In the 1920s, he drew gags for Le Cri-Cri. From 1945 to 1949 he drew for the Belgian magazines Wrill and Sabord, together with Le Rallic, Pinchon, Cazanave, Chott, Matt, Marijac and Thomen. For the magazine Jean-Bart, he drew the comic 'Buffalo Bill'. This comic was published in an album by the publisher Marcel Daubin in 1945. For the publishing house Gordinne, he drew 'Les Flibustiers de la Jamaïque'. In the late 1950s, he made illustrations for Vaillant.