And so the X75 series comes to an end (or a beginning?) with a strip by Étienne Lécroart, known among other things for his palindromic comics, and normally represented in the magazine by his single-cartoon gags Les fifiches du proprofesseur.
Laudec is a veteran of the magazine, best known for the comic Cédric.
Jacques Louis is the contributor of the Journal de Spirou series Le chômeur et sa belle (“The Unemployed and His Sweetheart”).
Pic, or Denis LeLièvre, mainly draws Pic et Zou in the Journal.
Bannister is usually represented in the Journal de Spirou with the comic Les enfants d’ailleurs (something like “The Further Children”).
Kris and Duhamel make Les brigades du temps (“The Time Brigades”), about a corps of time-traveling agents, which runs in the magazine.
Ian Dairin‘s series KatZ is a frequent part of the magazine, and he’s been known to draw Spirou fanart.
Bercovici is another artist who draws one of Cauvin’s series for the magazine; in his case Les femmes en blanc (“The Women in White”) as well as several others.