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  1. says:

    The Adventures of Herge is a brief autobiographical comic of Herge's or Georges Prosper Remi to give his real n

  2. says:

    I don't know man I just did NOT connect I read a LOT of Tintin when I was a kid I particularly remember one week in a converted mining town way up in the hills above Lake Chelan reading a million and a half of the awesome adventure comics starr

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    Hergé has always been a mysterious figure to me What interests me is not TinTin but the research that went into his work The fact tha

  4. says:

    Another great entry in the genre of bio graphic works This one seems to have a meta feel to it because it is a biography of Hergé done as a Tintin comic Entirely appropriate representation of his life via the ar

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    The Adventures of Herge is a 2011 biography of George Remi creator of Tintin 1907 1983 He produced one of the most popular European comic creations in Tintin a boy reporter who travelled the world having exciting adventur

  6. says:

    This comic book biography of the author of the Tintin books was really bad Often I couldn't tell what was happening Even when I could it was told in disjointed snippets identified only by a year and sometimes separated by large gaps of time Then the index at the end that finally identifies all the people and explains why they were included is in alphabetical order rather than chronological so I still don't ha

  7. says:

    Love Tintin didn't know much about Herge and now I know Not really a deep biography of course but it does tell the story and

  8. says:

    Beautiful drawings Story sort of disjointed you have to work to follow it Maybe written for a Belgian audience that knows Herge's story well already And Tintin the boy reporter is surprisingly scarce And yetI was moved by

  9. says:

    I liked the concept and the presentation of this book very Castermanesue but I admit I felt like I was reading some kind of counterfeit Tintin that might at any minute turn into a Tijuana bible It didn't and I was strangely though mildly disappointed but I couldn't get over the feeling that I was doing somethin

  10. says:

    It thought it was an interesting idea to present the life story of Tintin's creator Herge in graphic novel style

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A GRAPHIC BIOGRAPHY OF TINTIN'S CREATOR by Jose Louis Bocuet and Jean Luc Fromental Illustrated by Stanislas Barthélémy The Adventures of Hergé is a biographical comic about the world renowned comics artist Georges Prosper Remi better known by his pen name Hergé Meticulously researched with references to many of the Tintin albums and complete with a bibliography and mini bios for each of the main characters the biography is appropriately drawn in Hergé's iconic clear line style as an homage to the Tin I don t know man I just did NOT connect I read a LOT of Tintin when I was a kid I particularly remember one week in a converted mining town way up in the hills above Lake Chelan reading a million and a half of the awesome adventure comics starring a boy and his dog A friend recently gave me some of the recently published collections of the original comics and I can t wait to revisit them they filled a hole in my comic book shelfBut this I just didn t connect Maybe because where this was origially published the actors in this tale are famous and reuire little introduction Not sure that s true but it seems to be the most logical explanation for why there is so much showing and so little telling about who these people are and what is going on I think it s cool that the style mimics the original Tintin comics but there was no overreaching story or plot It seems to follow the life of the creator of Tintin but there is so little narration and the story jumps from year to year with no explanation I appreciate that this reuires a lot of the reader it reuires us to infer things to a higher degree than some comics I appreciate showing instead of telling and how that helps our brains grow But I needed help hereThere s an Index in the back with the cast of characters but no reference to it in the beginning and I had a hard time remembering who was whoAnd the overall message I got was that he was kind of a cheating asshole to the women he was with and that Tintin was just a cashcow that he was strapped to when he would rather work on high art paintingsSo yeah Didn t work for me Bronze Age Mindset pen name Hergé Meticulously researched with references to many of the Tintin albums and complete with a bibliography and mini bios for each of the main characters the biography is appropriately drawn in Hergé's iconic clear line style as an homage to the Tin I don t know man I just did NOT connect I read a LOT of Tintin when I was a kid I The Freeze-Frame Revolution particularly remember one week in a converted mining town way up in the hills above Lake Chelan reading a million and a half of the awesome adventure comics starring a boy and his dog A friend recently gave me some of the recently The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 published collections of the original comics and I can t wait to revisit them they filled a hole in my comic book shelfBut this I just didn t connect Maybe because where this was origially Mon patron voulait que je tape les seins nus published the actors in this tale are famous and reuire little introduction Not sure that s true but it seems to be the most logical explanation for why there is so much showing and so little telling about who these His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch people are and what is going on I think it s cool that the style mimics the original Tintin comics but there was no overreaching story or The Doctors Dating Bargain plot It seems to follow the life of the creator of Tintin but there is so little narration and the story jumps from year to year with no explanation I appreciate that this reuires a lot of the reader it reuires us to infer things to a higher degree than some comics I appreciate showing instead of telling and how that helps our brains grow But I needed help hereThere s an Index in the back with the cast of characters but no reference to it in the beginning and I had a hard time remembering who was whoAnd the overall message I got was that he was kind of a cheating asshole to the women he was with and that Tintin was just a cashcow that he was strapped to when he would rather work on high art The Collection paintingsSo yeah Didn t work for me

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Sh Tintin in a government sanctioned magazine and he was briefly imprisoned in the aftermath of the war and narrowly escaped execution Also covered are his marriage troubles in the 1950s and subseuent affair with Fanny Vlamynck who went on to become his lifelong partner; his late career in the 1960s as his interest in Tintin waned and he occasionally disappeared for weeks at a time as he contemplated giving up his career to become a fine arts painter; and a recounting of a humorous encounter with Andy Warh I liked the concept and the presentation of this book very Castermanesue but I admit I felt like I was reading some kind of counterfeit Tintin that might at any minute turn into a Tijuana bible It didn t and I was strangely though mildly disappointed but I couldn t get over the feeling that I was doing something dirty It just felt weird Does that make sense Like I was betraying Herge somehow Or to the point betraying Tintin Can you betray a cartoon character One that doesn t even know you I m sure you can I m sure I did But I am not wholly ashamed of doing so Trial of a Feminizer partner; his late career in the 1960s as his interest in Tintin waned and he occasionally disappeared for weeks at a time as he contemplated giving up his career to become a fine arts The Breach of Crowns painter; and a recounting of a humorous encounter with Andy Warh I liked the concept and the Icebergs presentation of this book very Castermanesue but I admit I felt like I was reading some kind of counterfeit Tintin that might at any minute turn into a Tijuana bible It didn t and I was strangely though mildly disappointed but I couldn t get over the feeling that I was doing something dirty It just felt weird Does that make sense Like I was betraying Herge somehow Or to the The Line point betraying Tintin Can you betray a cartoon character One that doesn t even know you I m sure you can I m sure I did But I am not wholly ashamed of doing so

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Tin adventures that have commanded the attention of readers across the world and of many generationsSeven year old Hergé first discovered his love of drawing in 1914 when his mother gave him some crayons to stay out of trouble He continued drawing in school when he fatefully met the editor of XXe Siècle magazine where Tintin first appeared His popularity skyrocketed from the 1930s through post–World War Two Hergé was perceived by some to have aided the Nazi government in Belgium by continuing to publi This comic book biography of the author of the Tintin books was really bad Often I couldn t tell what was happening Even when I could it was told in disjointed snippets identified only by a year and sometimes separated by large gaps of time Then the index at the end that finally identifies all the people and explains why they were included is in alphabetical order rather than chronological so I still don t have a good feel for Remi s life All I learned was that Remi was kind of a dick And that the two bumbling buffoons in the Tintin books were based on his dad and his uncle who were identical twins