Jean d'Armor was first serialized in 1947 in the magazine "Wrill" Nos. 103-133, published by Éditions Charles Gordinne, then collected in a 32-page graphic novel also published by Gordinne under their "Chagor" label.
Jean d'Armor was later reprinted in serial form as a back-up feature in "Tarou" and again in the graphic novel format by publisher SIREC in the 1960s.
Henry Le Monnier
illustrated various books such as "Les Aventures de Robert-Robert" [Robert-Robert's Adventures]
by Louis Desnoyers and "La Route d'Honolulu" [The
Road to Honolulu] by Gilbert Dupé, but is mostly remembered for his works in comics, including Jean
d'Armor, Les Inventions du Pr. Azimut [Prof. Azimut's Inventions]
and King le Vengeur [King