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Another mural in Brussels

Here’s a photo of another wall mural that I came across here in Brussels. This one I recognizes as a scene from The Adventures of Tintin, a comic book series by Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, who wrote under the pen name Hergé. 58 more words

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Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (Castermann via Egmont, 1999).

I was never a big fan of Herge’s Tintin. I didn’t read the stories as a boy and the series just never grabbed me, but when I saw the artwork on the first Tintin adventure – … 235 more words

COMO TINTIN E OS SEUS AMIGOS SAUDAVAM O ANO NOVO

Com as capas de Natal e de Ano Novo assinadas por Hergé — e que, por isso, valem hoje fortunas no mercado de originais, onde as obras do criador de… 183 more words

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Como Tintin e os seus amigos saudavam o Ano Novo

Com as capas de Natal e de Ano Novo assinadas por Hergé — e que, por isso, valem hoje fortunas no mercado de originais, onde as obras do criador de… 204 more words

Folhas Soltas

Little Twentieths

Little Twentieths.
Des Petits Vingtièmes.

Exhibition Hergé at the Grand Palais, Paris, 2016.
Exposition Hergé au Grand Palais, Paris, 2016.

Tintin was created by Hergé for the Le Petit Vingtième (“The Little Twentieth”) the weekly youth supplement to the Belgian newspaper Le Vingtième Siècle (“The Twentieth Century”).  140 more words

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Belgium: Kingdom of Comics

Why did we choose the medium of comics, for our Animate Europe competition (currently running in its third round)? Why not movies or caricatures or something else entirely? 690 more words

Animate Europe

The Red Turtle

Everybody remembers when Studio Ghibli announced in 2014 that they would be taking a break from producing films. Fans of the Japanese animation studio felt a profound sense of loss as one of the biggest and well-respected studios shut its doors. 714 more words

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