Thomas Blais-Leblanc was born in Montréal in 1993. He studied cartooning at UQO from 2012 to 2015. It was during his final year at school that he started work on VII, which eventually became his first professional book. Thom grew up on a diet of cartoons and european bande dessinée, his already well-established style elegantly bridging the gap between Fred, Gotlib and Chuck Jones' Looney Tunes.
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