Gabriel Morrissette was born in Val d' Or in the province of Quebec, but moved to Montreal in the late 1970s. There, he studied at the Concordia University and began his career in the comics field. He teamed up with writer Mark Shainblum and co-created the Canadian superhero 'Northguard' in 1984. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, he drew to various Canadian humor magazines, such as Croc, Safarir and Anormal. He worked on American comic books, such as 'Doc Savage', 'New Titans' and 'Spider-Man 2099'. He is also active in the animation field. In 1995, Morrissette and Mark Shainblum co-created 'Angloman', a comics series that utilized superheroes to satirize the politics of Quebec and Canada.