The French comic artist Baptiste Gaubert (Gobi) grew up in Nîmes, and became an avid fan of Japanese animation while growing up. He enrolled at the Applied Arts section of the Camargue high school, where he met Bill Otomo. The duo later went to Strasbourg, where they studied Deocrative Arts, and where they worked with Fabien Mense on the animation film 'Catfish Hôtel'. They made their debuts as comic artists in Tchô! magazine with the series 'Zblu Cops', that was published in books by Glénat between 2005 and 2011. Gobi was also one of the participating artists for Jerry Frisen's anthology series 'Lucha Libre', and was the sole artist of the spin-off 'Tequila' in 2008 and 2009 (Les Humanoïdes Associés). He returned to Glénat, where he created his own series 'Goligo' in 2013. He is a member of the creative art team Catfish Deluxe and also works on animation projects.