Karine Charlebois

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Karine Charlebois (born August 18, 1974 in Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec) is a Canadian comic book and animation artist who worked on the Gargoyles comic and its spin-off, Badguys.[1]

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Charlebois has degrees in Business Administration/Marketing from École des Hautes Études Commerciales and Arts & Communications from Collège André-Grasset and Collège Ahuntsic. She began her career at Cinar working on storyboard corrections on Arthur, then moved on to CinéGroupe working first on storyboard corrections, then as a storyboard artist on Mega Babies and Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat.[2] While her storyboarding experience includes work on several video games published by Microïds, Post Mortem and Syberia II,[3] most of her portfolio is in traditional animation such as Arthur and Martha Speaks.[4]

After meeting Gargoyles creator Greg Weisman during the Gathering of the Gargoyles convention, she worked with Slave Labor Graphics as the lead artist in the Bad Guys comic, and as a pickup artist on issue #5 of the main Gargoyles comic.

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