French comic book artist Eddy Vaccaro studied Plastic Arts in Aix-en-Provence. He subsequently spent several years as a rock musician before turning to the drawing board as an artist of mainly historically themed comics. He made his first books, 'La Fantôme' (La Boîte à Bulles, 2004) and 'La Promesse' (Carabas, 2007) in cooperation with Guillaume Pervieux. He made one book in the historical series 'Baybars' with Tarek for Emmanuel Prous Editions in 2008, and then worked with scriptwriter Aurélien Ducoudray on the boxer's biographies 'Championzé' and 'Young' at Futuropolis in 2010 and 2013. He also worked with the scriptwriters Clément Baloup (the Stevenson adaptation 'Le Club du Suicide', Soleil, 2011) and Maximilien Le Roy ('España la vida', Casterman, 2013).