Émile Bravo (born 18 September 1964) is a French comics artist.
Émile Bravo was born in Paris in 1964 from Spanish parents (a Catalan father and a Valencian mother). Having grown up with the famous Franco-Belgian comics like Astérix and The Adventures of Tintin, he wanted to become a comics creator. After his studies, he started working for the magazine Marie-France and as an illustrator, before publishing his first comic book in 1990. It was written by Jean Regnaud, with whom he would collaborate on multiple occasions over the next decades.
In 1992, he became a member of the "Atelier Nawak" (later the Atelier des Vosges) and their publishing branch L'Association, working together with people like Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheim, David B., and Christophe Blain. There he met and advised Marjane Satrapi.