Thierry Labrosse began his career as an illustrator at the age of 19 by drawing a school calendar for the mythical TV series Goldorak. In the late 80s, the largest advertising agencies in Montreal would call on him for his services. After a short spell in animation, he started a career in bande dessinée. He provided the art for several French publishers, including the album Bug Huntersand the first 5 volumes of the series Moréa, with scripts from Arleston. In 2010, he began his solo trilogy Ab Irato,which takes place in a devastated Montreal in the year 2111. Today, he self-publishes the comedy series Dead Charlieand the soon-to-be-released bande dessinée La Majorette.