Éditions Mille-Îles

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Éditions Mille-Îles
Founded 1988
Country of origin Canada
Headquarters location Québec
Publication types Books, Comic books

Éditions Mille-Îles is a Canadian French-language publisher of comics founded in 1988.[1]


Mille-Îles began in 1988 with Tristan Demers' Gargouille, a series for children, and the adult comics album La Vie qu'on mène by Line Arsenault. They have since expanded into a wide variety of genres, and have a number of imprints. By the beginning of the 21st century, they had become the largest Québec-based publisher of comics.[1]


Mille-Îles has a number of imprints:[1]

  • BD Mille-Îles – specializes in children's comics
  • Coup de Griffe – specializes in humour
  • Dérive (later Fondation)
  • Zone Convective – founded by Yves Millet, bought by Mille-Îles in 1999[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Viau, Michel (2002-06-24). "Publishing comics". Library and Archives Canada. Retrieved 2012-02-08.