Parme, Fabrice 1966–

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Parme, Fabrice 1966–


Born August 24, 1966, in France. Education: Attended Beaux Arts Academy, Duperré School of Applied Arts, and Angoulêleme School of Fine Arts.


Home and office—France.


Illustrator and animator. Conceptual artist for animated television series airing in France, including La Famille Pirate. Artist/animator of short cartoon films, including OVNI series.



Les Aventures de Walter Polo: Sang de Vampire (graphic novel), Zenda, 1991.


Lewis Trondheim, Tiny Tyrant (originally published in comic-book form as "Le roi catastrophe," Delcourt Jeunesse), First Second (New York, NY), 2007.

Also illustrator of French-language comic-book series, including "Venezia," 1994—, and "OVNI," both written by Lewis Trondheim. Contributor of artwork to periodicals, including Pilote & Charlie and Spirou.

Biographical and Critical Sources


Booklist, March 15, 2007, Tina Coleman, review of Tiny Tyrant, p. 66.

Kirkus Reviews, April 1, 2007, review of Tiny Tyrant.

Publishers Weekly, March 5, 2007, review of Tiny Tyrant, p. 63.

School Library Journal, September, 2007, Esther Keller, review of Tiny Tyrant, p. 225.


First Second Web log, (March 10, 2008), Fabrice Parme, "The Birth of a UFO."

Lambiek Web site, (July 15, 2008), "Fabrice Parme."