Tintin (and Hergé) should be judged not for the early comics, but by the fact that they nudged many a child into the wonderful world of books
The 1930 debut adventure of fictional young Belgian reporter Tintin and his dog Snowy was republished on Monday, showing his trip to the Soviet Union for the first time in colour
A double-page Tintin comic strip by the renowned Belgian cartoonist Herge has fetched a record 1.56 million euros ($1.72 million) at an auction
The “only original“ drawing remianing from the Tintin classic The Blue Lotus sold for a record breaking 9.6 million Hong Kong dollars ($1.2m) at an auction in Hong Kong.
Brussels has long been defined by trade. Once it was a crossroads where silk and tapestries changed hands. Now it's the capital of Europe for the exchange of ideas and extremely tough negotiations, especially of late.
In a world that has shrunk immeasurably, where social media connects us effortlessly across time zones, does adventure even mean the same thing? Do we even need Tintin anymore?