is a writer of books and comic books about science fiction
and fantasy. With his wife, Randy, Lofficier has co-authored
half a dozen books about movies and television, as well
as numerous comics and translations, including the Moebius
graphic novels. In 1990, in recognition of their distinguished
career as comic book writers, translators and editors,
Randy and Jean-Marc Lofficier were presented with the
Inkpot Award for Outstanding Achievement in Comic Arts.
Lofficier has also collaborated
with his wife on a number of animation and live-action
feature scripts and teleplays. He is also a founding
member of Hollywood Comics, a company founded in 2000
with his wife to package comic book properties for publishing,
motion pictures, television and the Internet. Lofficier
has an MBA from the Paris Business School (ESCP) and
a Law Degree from the Sorbonne.
appears in Adventures
Into Digital Comics and his work on Brigade
Temporelle and Strangers
is also featured in the film.