After completing his military service, Stéphane Servain started an atelier with colleagues Thierry Robin, Pierre-Yves Gabrion and Bertrand Antigny. Stéphane Servain's comic style often appealed to certain "black and white" artists, like Alfonso Font. In 1996, Stéphane Servain started his series 'L'Esprit de Warren' with scenario-writer Luc Brunschwig. For this series, he built many three-dimensional decors before integrating them into his drawings. In September, 2000, Servain started the science fiction thriller 'L'Histoire de Siloë' with Serge Le Tendre.