He holds a graduate degree in humanities and entered the public relations field at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Kinshasa in 1979, acquiring various skills and reputations that have made him a recognized expert in press communications. Of his subsequent varied and influential activities, those as comic strip journalist at the Salongo newspaper (1986-1996) and Le Soir du Galibo (1994-1996) deserve special mention.
Finally, in 2007, Asimba Bathy founded what is likely the most famous comic label in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kin Label, under which several magazines and collective publications such as “Congo 50” and “Chaleur tropicale” (“Tropical Heat”) were published. In 2011, Asimba Bathy published the first volume of the revue “Amazone BD”, one of the first feminist African comic magazines that shows only works by female artists. Finally, in 2014, his first solo work, the auteur comic “Panique à Kinshasa” (“Panic in Kinshasa”), was published by his label Les Editions du Crayon Noir, founded in the same year.