Guy Lafeuille, by Marc Pageau
Guy Lafeuille (Zine Zag #11)

Marc Pageau studied Visual Arts at the Univserity of Laval. He contributed to several (mainly SF) fanzines, such as Opium, Empire, Enfin Bref, Carfax, Matricule, Bambou, Zeppelin, Exil, Zine Zag and Safarir. He self-published Gravité Zéro (from 1999) and Espace Blanc (from 2000). Pague made his album debut in 1991 with 'Jacque Tiroir' at Éditions du Phylactère (text by Benoît Joly). From 1998 to 2000, he was of the comics section of the SF magazine Solaris. Among his creations are 'Ébenèzer Glogauer', 'Jean Dupays' (with André Gagnon), 'Les Beux', 'Simon Simoneau', 'Guy Lafeuille' and 'The Red' (with Eric Allard). He also works as a letterer and inker for other artists.

comic art by Marc Pageau

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