After starting a career in education and banking, Michel Schetter decided to turn towards making comics. His first story appeared in the magazine Spirou in 1973, and he went to work for Tintin in 1977, where he made 'Les Années de Feu'. In 1983, he created 'Cargo' for the magazine Circus. During the eighties, several of his albums appeared, and he did the script for 'Yerushalaïm', which was drawn by Emmanuel Moynot. In 1991, he founded his own publishing company and launched the series 'Yin-Yang'.
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