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About Thierry Labrosse

Thierry Labrosse

Artist

Canada

Author’s Graphic Novel, Humour, Sci-Fi

Teen, Adult

Thierry Labrosse began his career as an illustrator at the age of 19, drawing a school diary for the legendary Goldorak TV series. In the late '80s, he was called upon by some of Montreal's top advertising agencies. After a brief stint in cartooning, he returned to his first love, comics. On behalf of French publishers, he drew the Bug Hunters album, along with the first five volumes of the Moréa series, based on scripts by Arleston. In 2010, he embarked alone on the Ab Irato anticipation trilogy, set in a ravaged Montreal in the year 2111. He now self-publishes the humor series Dead Charlie and, soon to be published, the comic strip La Majorette.

Books

Dead Charlie (3 tomes) | auto-édition (2014 - 2017)
Ab Irato (3 tomes) | Vents d’Ouest (2010 - 2015)
Moréa (5 tomes - scénario : Arleston, Latil) | Les éditions Soleil (2000 - 2007)

Awards

Bédélys Découverte - 2000
Bédéis Causa de l’album de l’année par un Québécois - 2001
Bulles en fureur - Rennes, France, 2001

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