Just like his brothers Marc-Renier and Roland, Eric Warnauts set a course for comics at an early age. His first full-length work, "Passion Vinyle," was published by Futuropolis, and following two more graphic novels with independent publishers, he met Guy Raives, with whom he would go on to make a formidable duo. They first created "Paris perdu" (Editions du miroir), before joining up with Casterman. There they would push their collaboration to new heights, creating a series of impressive graphic novels, including the long-running "Suites Vénitiennes." Their recent work includes "Sous les paves" (Le Lombard), and the thriller "Purple Heart" (Le Lombard; Europe Comics in English).