Leopold is just like every other boy in town...except that he can turn himself invisible!
Perhaps when he grows up, Leopold will use his powers to fight the forces of evil...but for now, he just wants to have a little fun—sometimes at his sister's expense, other times as her partner in crime.
Join Leopold and Celine as they turn everyday life into a silly adventure!
Though born in Bordeaux in 1968, Michel-Yves Schmitt spent all his childhood and even extends his studies in Nantes, before he left the oceanside to go to Paris where he worked as a graphic designer and contributed cartoons to the fanzine Beurk. In 1999, he decided to start his own business and, since then, has worked mainly for professional journals. In 2001, he responded to an ad on the internet asking for comic illustrator. This led to his first comics, Sweet Potato and Dérives, and later, more personal works such as So Dance and My Life As an Adult, before partnering up with Vincent Caut for Where are you, Leopold?
Born in 1991, Vincent Caut was recognized very early on for his talent. In 2008, at the age of 17, he received the Angoulême Grand Prize for school comic books, along with several other awards. For a while, he maintained a blog that followed the daily life of a student—which was compiled and published in 2010, along with several other titles. Still a student at the Ecole Estienne, he has launched the series Where are you, Leopold? with Michel-Yves Schmitt, which won the Prix des écoles in Angoulême in 2012.