After his studies at the School of Fine Arts in Angoulême, Tiburce Oger won the Alph-Art Avenir prize. He worked in an animation studios for three years (1991-94), and cooperated on such cartoons as the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' and 'Denver the Last Dinosaur'. In 1992, he started the heroic-fantasy saga 'Gorn' at Vents d'Ouest.
In 1997 he scripted two albums for Christian Paty starring the 'Gorn' side-character 'Damoiselle Gorge'. A year later, he began writing the '9 Têtes' series for artist Igor David (Humanoïdes Associés) and he created 'Orull' with scriptwriter Denis-Pierre Filippi (Delcourt). In the period 2000-2002, he made the fantasy western trilogy 'La Piste des Ombres' for Vents d'Ouest. In 2004 he revived the 'Gorn' series, creating the eigth episode. In addition, he wrote the script for 'L'Auberge au Bout du Monde' for Prugne and contributed to several collective albums.