Super-H, by Paul le Brun

Born in Saint-Hyacinthe, Paul Le Brun and his family moved to Sherbrooke in 1967. He got his interest in art through his aunt. He initially specialized in architecture. After his technnical studies, he went to work in a typographer in 1983, an occupation he kept until 1995. Le Brun had already self-published the small book 'Jaseries Fluides' in 1978, which featured his characters 'Birzuth et Krimsoda'. He contributed to some reviews, and in 1985, he was one of the founders of BD Estrie, a local comics assocation. Le Brun cooperated four of the organisation's collective albums between 1988 and 1991. In the early 1990s, he came up with 'Rock'n Roll Star - Sa vie, ses amours, sa mort', 'X-Raté: Émilie les Gros Tettes' and 'Le Best of S'tie Comix'. In 1996, he became the layout man of the magazine Pignouf, the magazine for which he also created his most famous series, 'Super-H' with texts by Richard Houde. In 1999, Le Brun launched a series of 16 mini-books, called 'L'Enfant Éléphant'.

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