Philippe Luguy saw his first pages published in French magazines like Phénix, Frimoussette, Princesse, Akim, Kiwi, Tarzan, Lancelot and Bugs Bunny. He made his actual professional debut in comics magazines such as Amis-Coop, Pieds Nickelés Magazine, Bibi Fricotin Magazine, Formule 1 and Fripounet. In the latter magazine, he started the series 'Sylvio le Grillon' with scenarist Jérina. Luguy continued the adventures of this insect in Pif Gadget from 1974 to 1982 this time mostly in cooperation with scenarists like Patrick Cothias and Lions.
In the early 1980s, Philippe Luguy was a member of Five Star studios (along with Pierre Leguen, Gaty, René Deynis and Max Lenvers), where he worked on among others a comic adaptation of the television series 'Albator' for Le Journal de Cap'tain Fulgur. In 1981, Philippe Luguy started his most famous series, the medieval fantasy comic, 'Percevan' (scenarios Jean Léturgie and Xavier Fauche), published initially in Gomme and then in albums by Glénat and Dargaud. In addition, he created 'Karolyn' with scriptwriter Lions at Dargaud in 1989.