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22 mar

Pick up one of these graphic novels, make yourself comfortable in your seat, and discover some very talented local graphic artists.

7e vert

The yips

A round of golf between father and son won’t be decided on the green. This subtle graphic novel will appeal to adult readers in search of a touching story. It’s an incursion into the intimate circle of a struggling family.

Le 7e vert
Paul Bordeleau
La Pastèque


Hipster le chatCool Cat

He’s the most ironic of city cats, friend to Swag the pigeon, Douche the dog, and Drama the pug as he takes a comical look at life. A bilingual version is also available upon order.

Hipster the Cat. Tails of the City
Guillaume Demers translated by Neil Smith
Espoir en canne


Automne rougeTime travel

At the turn of the 1970s, young Laurent has to come up with a Québec hero. But what exactly is a hero? Two Québec City authors revisit a time of political and social upheaval.

Automne rouge
Richard Vallerand and André‑Philippe Côté
La Pastèque


SupergrouinPig heroics

After coming out on top against a terrible glass of water, Supergroin is back! Drawn by Bach (Estelle Bachelard, the artist behind C’est pas facile d’être une fille), the lovable pig promises laughs galore. A great way to introduce kids to graphic novels.

Supergroin contre l’épouvantable ouin! ouin!
Carole Tremblay and Estelle Bachelard
La Bagnole


Written by Caroline Décoste and published in Magazine Y No 1

Magazine Y - Numéro 1

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