Les Lacasse vs La Taupe (L'Écran # 3)
Daniel Racine studied Plastic Arts, but broke off his studies in 1972 to begin a career in comics. Between 1972 and 1974 he was co-worker of the weekly radioshow Téléchrome. Together with Léo Brodeur and Denis Bachand he founded the Éditions de la Nébuleuse and launched the underground magazine L'Écran in 1974. Racine was one of the main illustrators, working in a variety of genres, making series like 'Arsène et le Syndicat' and 'Les Lacasse vs La Taupe'.
La Fuite (Le Petit Supplément Illustré #9)
Racine also worked for L'Hydrocéphale Entête, designing the publisher's logo and contributing to L'Illustré and Les Aventures du Capitaine Kébec. He additionally drew for Le Petit Supplément Illustré, the supplement of the cultural magazine Mainmise. When L'Écran disappeared, Racine moved on to do architectural and courtroom illustrations, as well as animation and computer graphics.
Ainsi naît l'Amour (L'Écran #2)