A group of Québec experimental graphic artists like André Montpetit and Marc-Antoine Nadeau, who helped free the Québec cartoon strip from its religious and moral constraints. It published a number of booklets, each exhibiting the personal style of its author. Distribution for the booklets was very limited, but the group did get exposure in Perspectives and Le magazine Maclean’s.
Canuck Comics, Matrix Graphic Series, 1986: “Québec Comics: A Short History”. Writ., Luc Pomperleau: 107.