After his studies in medicine and art, Michel PLESSIX began his comics career at the drawing studio of Jean-Claude Fournier. There, he met Jean-Luc Hiettre for whom he wrote his first comics, including 'Mark Jones' in Frilouz. At the same time, he assisted artists like Yves Magne ('Défi dans l'Atlantique') and Malo Louarn ('Rona'). It was in 1987 when Plessix got his first true successes. Along with Dieter, who became his permanent scenarist, he started the series 'Ed et Benjamin'. Julien Boisvert, by Michel Plessix (1993). Over time, Plessix' drawings became more realistic, so Plessix and Dieter decided on a change of scenery and characters. In 1989, they started the psychological adventure series 'Julien Boisvert' at Delcourt. This critically acclaimed series ended after four episodes, when Plessix and Dieter decided the psychological development of their globetrotting adventurer was concluded. In 1996, Plessix started 'Le Vent dans les Saules', his comics adaptation of the famous book 'The Wind in the Willows' by Kenneth Grahame. At the same time, Plessix wrote the series 'Les Forell' for artist Bruno Bazile. At the Following of The Wind in the Willows, Michel PLESSIX has created the magnificent comic series The wind in the Sands.