Patrice Killoffer, better known simply as Killoffer (born 16 June 1966), is a writer and artist of comics. He is co-founder of the independent comics publisher L'Association in 1990, and has been a part of Oubapo since its creation in 1992.
Patrice Killoffer studied at the School for Applied Arts Duperré in Paris in the 1980s. His teachers included comics authors Georges Pichard and Yves Got, who influenced him in his early works. Killoffer created his first pages in 1981, during his studies.
In 1987, Killoffer made the first issue of the magazine Pas un seul with Jean-Yves Duhoo. In the following years, he published in the magazines Globof, Lynx, and Labo, which was published by Futuropolis. Since 1990, Killoffer publishes regularly in Lapin,the magazine of publisher L'Association, which later published three of his albums.
More recently, Killoffer was published in the magazine Psikopat. He produces illustrations regularly for newspapers like Liberation and Le Monde, and writes columns for La Vie. In 2000, Killoffer was one of three artists responsible for the carnaval at Saint-Denis. Since 2006, Killofer is the illustrator of the books of Fantomette, a classic French series of youth literature.
Some of his works have been translated into Dutch and German. 676 Apparitions of Killoffer is his first work is to be translated in English.
Patrice Killoffer, better known simply as Killoffer (born 16 June 1966), is a writer and artist of comics. He is co-founder of the independent comics publisher L'Association in 1990, and