Olivier Supiot is a French comic artist and writer, who works in a variety of genres. His career started when he won the Graine de Pro prize at the Angoulême festival in 1997, and when some of his pages appeared subsequently in Fluide Glacial. A year later, Le Cycliste published 'Erzurum', a story for which he wrote the scenario; the artwork was by Olivier Martin. He then teamed up with writer Eric Baptizat, with whom he launched 'Marie Frisson', a series about a girl in an absurd world with crazy monsters. It was published in magazines like Tchô! and Console Mania, and in seven books by Glénat from 1999 to 2005, with the final installment written by Téhem.
With Eric Omond, he launched 'Nosfératu' in Fluide Glacial, and created the more adult comics 'Le Dérisoire' and 'Féroce' in the collection Carrément BD of Glénat in 2002 and 2005. Supiot wrote the children's book 'Le Pro des Robots' for Tony Emeriau (Toucan, 2008) and two comic books of 'Le Narval' for Boris Beuzelin (Éditions Treize Étrange, 2010). In 2013, he was present at Éditions Bamboo with the silent children's story 'Le vaillant soldat de plomb', that was written by Hélène Beney.
As an allround author, he made three books based on the stories of the Baron of Münchhausen, that were published by Vents d'Ouest between 2006 and 2008. He also wrote and drew the children's series 'Tatoo' for Milan Jeunesse in 2008 and 2009, as well as the steampunk fairytale 'Un amour de marmelade' and the World War I comic 'La Patrouille des Invisibles' in Glénat's 1000 Feuilles collection in 2011 and 2014.