Drawing teacher Jacques Bablon started out making comics in magazines like A Comme... and B.D., before he began working for À Suivre in 1980. His realistic graphics and his stories with black humor soon became a frequent contribution to this magazine. His short stories have been published in several albums, including 'Si ça Sonne, ça Saigne!', 'Coup sur Coup' and 'Faux Contact'. While working for À Suivre, Violeff wrote 'Ligne no. 2' for Olivier Adam and two short stories for Frédéric Rebena.
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