After his artistic humanities, Jean-Luc Delvaux specialized in drawing backgrounds and cars, preferably in a 50s or 60s setting. He presented his work to publisher Claude Lefrancq, who introduced him to scriptwriter Michel Oleffe. This encounter resulted in the comic series 'Le Marquis', that appeared between 1995 and 1997. He additionally joined Jean Graton's studios, where he worked on the 'Michel Vaillant' comic.
He published his comic 'L'Abel Occase' in magazine Rétromania in 1999, and became a regular contributor to magazine Gazoline. He made the monthly comic 'Gazafond' and filled the section 'L'Automobile racontée aux enfants'. He additionally makes the retro comic 'Jacques Gipar' with Thierry Dubois for the publishing house Paquet since 2010.