Marc Lizano was born in Vannes, France in 1970. After his studies of philosophy in Rennes, he traveled through countries like Laos, Vietnam and Korea, where he was inspired to pursue the graphic arts. Back in France, he devoted himself to comics. He made his debut with 'Oh, la Vache!' and went on to produce numerous titles, such as 'Robin de Sherwood' (with Leroux), 'J'ai pas droit à me salir' (with Roux), 'Pour Mémoire' (with Beaugé), 'Les Robin Goodfellows', 'Praha' (with Morvandiau and Prudhomme), 'Idylle' and 'Bluette sur-mer'.
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