Niko Henrichon is a French-Canadian comic book artist who has worked for several American companies, but also for publishers in France. He contributed to ‘The Sandman Presents: Taller Tales’ with Bill Willingham in 2001 and had his first break with the 2003 graphic novel ‘Barnum!’ with writers Howard Chaykin and David Tischman, both published by DC/Vertigo. He also came up with the graphic novel ‘Pride of Baghdad’, which he made with Brian K. Vaughan in 2006. Other credits include ‘Dr Strange’, ‘Spider-Man’, ‘New X-Men’ and ‘Fables’. He is a regular cover artist for DC and Marvel comic books like ‘Fantastic Four: True Story’, ‘Mirror’s Edge’ and ‘Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers’. In Europe, he did the artwork for ‘Noé’, an adaptation of the Biblical tale by cult director Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel. The first book was published by Le Lombard in 2011, and the story is also released as ‘Noah’ by Image Comics in 2014, the same year Aronofky’s ‘Noah’ movie was released. Most recently, still on the European market, he participated on the relaunch of Jodorowsky’s Meta-Baron series, providing artwork on two volumes.