Fabrice Sapolsky was born in Paris, France, where he fell in love with American comics at an early age. In 1998, Sapolsky founded the first news magazine about comics in his home country, Comic Box - after leading this publication for 13 years, Sapolsky switched to writing. His smashing debut was Spider-man Noir for Marvel Comics. Sapolsky also co-created and co-wrote, with Dave Hine, two mini-series with this character (plus the one-shot Edge of Spider-Verse #1) before moving on to other projects, both in France and USA. In 2014-2015, he published the mini-series One-Hit Wonder at Image Comics, and he currently writes a new series Intertwined, at Dynamite Comics. Fabrice Sapolsky is also the founder and curator of the Jewish Comic Con in Brooklyn, where he now lives.