Denis Falque is a comic book artist from Lyon. He studied at the Emile Cohl Art School between 1987 and 1990, and subsequently presented his work for various publishers at the Angoulême festival together with Olivier Berlion. Falque began his professional career doing commissions in the illustration and advertising fields. Among his most notable clients was the magazine Astrapi. He returned to comics as a colorist in 1993 but eventually teamed up with Eric Corbeyran to create the comic series 'Graindazur' for Dargaud between 1994 and 1997. Falque and Corbeyran created a second series for Delcourt, called 'Le Fond du Monde' (1997-2002).
He made the adventure series 'Jane' with Philippe Bonifay for Casterman during the same period. Later projects include 'La tentation de Satan' with Anne Ploy for Glénat in 2005, and the thriller diptych 'Le protocole du tueur' with Didier Convard for the same publisher in 2007 and 2008. Falque was also involved in the artwork of several installments in Convard's saga 'Le Triangle Secret' from 2000.