(b. 27/6/1955, France) Jean-Charles Kraehn was born in Saint-Malo. After an education in industrial graphics at the École Estienne, he took evening courses in drawing at the Ville de Paris. He published his first illustrations in Scouts de France in 1980-1981 and subsequently contributed to several publications of Hachette and on history books by I.D. Program. He began his comics career in 1984 with the historical adventure series 'Les Aigles Décapitées' with the publishing house Glénat. Initially, he worked with Patrice Pellerin as his scenarist, but later on he took on the scriptwriting himself and eventually let Michel Pierret take over the artwork. In addition, he worked on comics adaptations of novels for Je Bouquine from 1986 and in 1990, he started a second series for Glénat, 'Bout d'Homme', doing both artwork and scenarios. After writing the scenario of the maritime thriller 'Tramp' for Patrick Jusseaume at Dargaud, Kraehn began a series in the police genre, 'Gil Saint-André', again for Glénat. Just like with 'Les Aigles Décapitées', Kraehn eventually handed over the artwork to another artist, this time Sylvain Vallée.
In 2001, he participated on the third volume of 'Le Triangle Secret', a collective project written by Didier Convard. In the following years, he made the one-shot 'Le Ruistre' (Glénat, 2001), compiled the illustration portfolio 'Personnel' (Granit, 2002), wrote the scripts for 'Myrkos', a series drawn by Miguel (Dargaud, 2004), and produced the illustrated book 'Mission Vietnam' with Patrick Jusseaume and Serge Le Tendre (Glénat, 2003).
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