Lo Noy de la mare was a humoristic and satiric weekly publication. It was written and directed by Conrad Roure, who used the pseudonym of Pau Bunyegas, among others. It was drawn by Tomás Padró. These two authors had previously worked in the magazine called “Un Tros de paper” and they decided to leave this publication to do “Lo Noy de la mare”. This magazine was first published in Barcelona in 1886 and it continued until 1885, with a total of 33 numbers. The magazine had a measurement of 310x217 mm and it contained 4 pages with 3 columns each. It had an enormous success but it had to be cancelled due to the moment circumstances, which were not good for criticism.