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Gisele Lagace was born on 16 June, 1970 in New Brunswick, Canada.

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Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 16 June 1970
Birthday 16 June
Birthplace New Brunswick, Canada

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Lagacé has penciled some Archie Comics, including #635, #636, #639, and #646. She illustrated the Ramones-themed one-shot, Archie Meets Ramones, in 2016.

She drew a Betty Boop mini series for Dynamite Entertainment in 2016, and issues #24-26 of Jem and the Holograms from IDW Publishing. She is the artist of Exorsisters, an ongoing series from Image Comics written by Ian Boothby.


In January 2013, she created a spinoff of Ménage à 3, called Sticky Dilly Buns, which tells the story of Dillon, a gay actor.


In 2009, she created the series Eerie Cuties which tells the story of high school monsters. David Lumsdon later joined as co-writer.


In 2008, she created with writer David Lumsdon the series strip Ménage à 3 (meaning “threesome” or “love triangle”) which tells the story of Gary, a thirtyish Montrealite, and friends. The strip is consistently in the top 50 rated webcomics and ongoing as of 2018. Lagacé was also nominated for the Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Webcomics Creator. Lagacé was invited to the 2008 Anime Festival in Montreal. In 2018, Ménage à 3 won the Joe Shuster Award for “Webcomics Creator”.


From 2004 to 2009, she worked with writer T Campbell to co-create the Penny and Aggie series about the rivalry of two girls and their friends. Lagacé was nominated in the 2007 Web Cartoonists’ Choice Awards for Outstanding Romantic Comic.


In 2000, she wrote and illustrated the webcomic Cool Cat Studio which quickly became popular in 2001 and won the Web Cartoonists’ Choice Awards for best art. That led to the 2002 co-winning of the Kimberly Yale Award for Best New Talent. Cool Cat went on hiatus at the end of 2001 and returned in 2007 with co-writer T Campbell to conclude in late 2008.


She was a bassist for the Quebec all-female band Barbarella in the early 1990s, then worked as a graphic designer for Avenue Design Group in Ottawa laying out advertisements and designing logos.


Gisele Lagace (French: Gisèle Lagacé) (June 16, 1970, New Brunswick, Canada) is a Canadian comics writer and artist, writer and illustrator of webcomics. She is best known for her series Ménage à 3.

She was born in 1970 in New Brunswick, Canada, and presently (as of 2015) lives there. She attended high school at l’ESN in Bathurst, New Brunswick, and studied visual arts for a year at Université de Moncton before graduating in graphic design from La Cité collégiale in Ottawa.