Diana Sasse grew up in Geneva, France and Germany. At the age of 10, she decided to become a comic artist. Her first published work was about a germanic warrior and his white horse. In 1988, a German publisher started her series 'Loan' as a collection of booklets. From 1993 on, she wrote and published the series 'Doudou', a fantasy about Germans as centaurs and french soldiers. Both 'Loan' and 'Doudou' were published as book series and had episodes printed in the US as well. In 2000, she began a comics series about JFK, called 'Antique White House, the Kennedy Tales'. The first book of the Kennedy-series was published in 2002. In 2003, she added the spin-off 'Antique White House'.
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