Philippe Vuillemin made his professional debut in 1977 with some short stories in l'Ă‰cho des Savanes, Hara-Kiri, and Charlie Mensuel. Vuillemin turned around all the conventions of the comic strip, and ignored all taboos. His first comics were published in the albums 'Saine Ardeur', 'Sueurs d'Homme' and 'Frisson de Bonheur'. In 1984,Vuillemin created 'Raoul Teigeux contre les Druzes' with Jackie Berroyer and took over the series 'Sales Blagues' from Reiser in l'Ă‰cho des Savanes. For this series, Vuillemin worked with Jean-Marie Gourio. Later, again with Gourio, he produced 'Hitler=SS' for Hara-Kiri.
After 1984, Vuillemin expanded his artistic activities, working for magazines like l'Ebdo, Zoulou, Grand CafĂ© and ZĂ©ro. In 1989 he illustrated the provacative text of Professeur Choron in 'Les Versets Satanique de l'Ă‰vangile'.
SourceÂ : Lambiek