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Richard Marazano was born in 1971. He lives in the suburbs of Paris. He studied physics and astrophysics before launching his writing career. His books include Zéro absolu drawn by Christophe Bec (3 volumes, Soleil, 1997)); 2000: Dusk, drawn by Christian de Metter (Les Humanoïdes Associés, 2000); Le Bataillon des lâches (Editions Carabas, 2000); the first volume of Cuervos, drawn by Michel Durand (Glénat, 2003). He received the prize for the best scenario at the Angouleme Festival in 2004 and the prize for the best cartoon adapted for the cinema at the Cinema and Literature Festival in Monaco in 2006. In 2007 he published Genetiks, drawn by Jean-Michel Ponzio (Futuropolis); Le complexe du chimpanzé, also drawn by Jean-Michel Ponzio (Dargaud); and Chaabi, drawn by Xavier Delaporte (Futuropolis).