Frank Leclercq studied graphic art at the École Supérieure des Arts Saint-Luc in Liège. He made his debut in the magazine Spirou with several short stories in cooperation with Sergio Salma. In 1992, he won the first prize in the catagory Scenario at a comics contest in Charleroi. He began his collaboration with the publishing house Lefrancq in 1994. There, he cooperated on the series of comic adaptation of work by Agatha Christie. Afterwards, he took over the 'Biggles' series from Francis Bergèse. With Téhy, he continued the series 'Fée et Tendres Automates' at Vents d'Ouest.