Pixie Trix Comix came to life in 2008 after a need to brand the comics Gisèle Lagacé & David Lumsdon were involved with. It's a brand, a studio, a publishing company, a webcomics portal, and to a lesser extent, a link exchange network for a few select friends in the webcomics community. In 2011, it partnered up with Zoom Comics to share ideas and knowledge with the hopes of bringing more comics with similar sensibilities to readers.
Gisèle Lagacé (penciller, inker, letterer, & writer)
Born in New Brunswick, Gisèle Lagacé is a webcomic creator, artist and writer based in Ottawa since the mid '90s.
Her main artistic influences include: Dan DeCarlo, Jim Davis, Uderzo, Rumiko Takahashi, Yumiko Igarashi, and many more.She is also an experienced graphic designer, and was the bassist for the Quebec all-girl band Barbarella in the '90s. You can visit her homepage here.
Her works include:
Ménage à 3 (Strip 1 to Now): penciller, inker/toner, letterer, & co-writer
Eerie Cuties (Strip 1 to Now*): penciller, inker (*strip 1 to 144), letterer, & co-writer
Sticky Dilly Buns (Strip 1 to Now): co-writer, co-penciller, letterer
Magick Chicks (Strip 1 to 102): penciller (with pencil assists by Shouri), letterer, & co-writer
Penny and Aggie (Strip 1 to the end of the Popsicle War arc): penciller, inker/toner (some help from Jason Waltrip around the end), letterer
Cool Cat Studio (from start to finish): penciller, inker/toner, letterer, & co-writer
David Lumsdon (writer)
Born in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Dave grew up and lives in Ottawa. He's been an avid comics reader (of all kinds) since a very young age. In 2003, he got a Bachelor's in Sequential Art from UQO (University of Quebec in Outaouais). He still draws in his spare time, but generally focuses on writing, and bringing humor to the comics he and Gisèle work on.
His works include:
Ménage à 3 (Strip 1 to Now): co-writer
Eerie Cuties (Strip 25 to Now): co-writer
Magick Chicks (Strip 1 to Now): co-writer up to 102 then full writer
Dangerously Chloe (Strip 1 to Now): writer
María Victoria Robado aka "Shouri" (inter/toner, penciller, co-writer, colorist, web layouting)
Born in Argentina, Shouri has been drawing ever since she could hold a pencil. The boxes upon boxes of drawings that her family stores can attest to this. After studying graphic design, she realized illustration and sequential art were closer to her heart. Her main comic influences include: Takeuchi Naoko, Carlos Vogt and Quino. You can visit her homepage here.
Her works at Pixie Trix Comix include:
Eerie Cuties (Strip 145 to Now): inker/toner
Sticky Dilly Buns (Strip 1 to Now): co-writer, co-penciller, inker/toner
Ménage à 3: occasional inker
Cassandra Wedeking (penciller, inker/toner, letterer)
Born in Evansville, Indiana, Cassandra is now based in Baltimore, MD. She's a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design. Her comic influences include: Miwa Ueda, Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, and Naoki Urasawa.
Her works at Pixie Trix Comix include:
Magick Chicks (Strip 103 to Now): penciller, inker/toner, letterer
Dangerously Chloe (Strip 1 to Now): penciller, inker/toner, letterer
Saiful Remy Mokhtar aka "Eisu" (penciller, inker/toner, letterer)
Eisu, real name Saiful Remy Mokhtar, but the Saiful is silent (ha ha, just kidding), so people either call him Eisu or Remy. He is 100% Ma-Male (Ha ha, Spongebob joke). The name Eisu is a phonetical sounding of the Japanese pronunciation of Ace. He was born in the year 1979 and was bred in the country near the equator. A country called... Malaysia. He is currently doing freelancing comic works, whether it be comics itself or colouring other people's comics.
His works at Pixie Trix Comix include:
Sandra On The Rocks (Strip 1 to Now): penciller, inker/toner, letterer
T Campbell (editor & writer)
A long time friend & collaborator of Gisèle, T Campbell writes a lot of stuff; mostly comics. At Pixie Trix Comix, he mainly edits, but is a very involved editor when needed. You can see all the sites he's involved with here.
Kisai Yuki (tech)
Kisai is our wonderful tech who we know from our history at Keenspot. If you email us with a technical issue, it'll more than likely be sent Kisai's way. Kisai can also be found in our forums.