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The Castafiore Emerald: Hyderabad to Hergé

As an attempt to combat wedding stress, I’ve recently been rereading some of my favourite Tintin stories.*

One of my all time top Tintin episodes is  704 more words

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Comic Review: Spy Seal #2

Comic Review: Spy Seal #2

Publisher: Image Comics

Writer & Artist: Rich Tommaso

Review by PeteR


Rich Tommaso’s Spy Seal: The Corten-Steel Phoenix is an interesting mix of the Spanish series Blacksad and Herge’s Tintin.   302 more words

Behind the Clear Line

If you grew up in Europe, then you know that every household has access to at least a variety of comic books, that can be enjoyed by both adults and children alike. 388 more words


Top Three Thursdays #20 - Most Read Authors

Hello and welcome! This is my weekly series, Top Three Thursdays, or, for convenience, TTT. Every week I discuss my top three in any bookish topic. 436 more words


Hergé: The Man Who Created Tintin By Pierre Assouline Translated by Charles Ruas Book Review

The 1920’s to 1960’s has been a time period that has been analyzed to death. Whether it’s through a historic perspective, politics, equality, science, technology, etc, etc; it is a time period that gets a lot of scrutiny. 1,032 more words


The adventures of Kuifje - Tintin @ Formentera

Own 3D collage…

Kuifje or Tintin is a famous comic character from the Belgian artist Herge. His companion is his amusing little doggy Bobby and his almost always drunken friend captain Haddock. 47 more words


Gravity Rush: The Franco-Belgian Tradition, via Japan

One of the most distinctive aspects of the Gravity Rush series is its aesthetic.

As we noted last time, director Keiichiro Toyama’s desire was to create a game that, while still recognisably Japanese, incorporated elements from other locales in order to create something that, in theory, would be universally appealing across the world. 2,127 more words