Bernard Puchulu, who is half Vietnamese, studied Fine Arts in Versailles. From 1977 to 1979 he was a drawing teacher in Paris. Afterwards, he collaborated on several advertising campaigns. In 1982 he met Pierre Christin who introduced him to the comics scene. Along with Christin, Puchulu made his comics debut with 'La Boîte Morte, le Vengueur et son Double' in Pilote. This first effort was followed by 'La Jeune Copte, le Diamantaire et son Boustrophédon'. In 1997 Puchulu took over the artwork of 'Chronique de la Maison Le Quéant' from Jusseaume.