An old classic that I've had since I was little, from my mom, who took a history degree in the early 1970s. It's in black and white, or greyscale.
I scanned each page to individual .jpgs, and they have been put together into a PDF, suitable for printing. It's handier to read when printed out.
Download the PDF (65,644 kiB): https://www.dropbox.com/s/gsct44ky0v729c1/Quebec_history_comic.pdf?dl=0
-- You don't need a Dropbox account to download it; cancel the Dropbox login box that comes up. Click the download arrow at top R and select "Direct download". If you do have a Dropbox account, you can download it to there.
If you don't see the download arrow at top right, mouse-over some places, like the bottom of the screen. I found that if I click on "Page down" to the R of the page number (eg 1/48), then I get a R panel with the download arrow at top R.
Where the humor and dramatization leave off and the factual history begins in this is pretty evident.
It's a nice job, dating back to the 1960s. Belief in the "Noble Savage" is out-of-date, however --I recommend reading "The Blank Slate", by Steven Pinker--, as is the Marxism.
The publisher has granted free copying rights as long as credit is given. I believe that including the cover page qualifies as giving the required credit.