HKO, Menaces sur Hong Kong, by Séra

Phoussera Ing, better known as Séra, was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In 1975, he fled with his mother to France, where he followed several art studies during the 1980s. In 1979, his first short story was published in Circus. From 1989 to 1991, he created 'Comment Chuchote et Crie le Vent' and 'Port Massembo', which unfortunately have never been published.

Séra did not get discouraged. He created 'La Vespasienne' in 1993, a short story published in the Japanese magazine Morning, followed in 1995 by 'Retour de Soleil'. The same year, he created 'Impasse et Rouge', about the destiny of the child-soldier Snoul during the Cambodian war. At this time, he returned for the first time to his native country with photographer Marc Domage.

After his return, he created two stories for P.L.G. and two stories for the collective album 'Alfred Hitchcock'. In 1997, he started his series 'HKO' in À Suivre.

Antichambre de la Nuit, by Séra, 1999

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