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Anton Kannemeyer:

Does resurrecting racist imagery to condemn racism also serve to feed prejudices further? More...
Posted: August 30, 2009

Explorers On The Moon:
Nemo, Tintin, Jeff Hawke & Sky Masters

Comics reached the moon long before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took that one small step. More...
Posted: July 26, 2009

Hergé & The Clear Line:
Part 2

The influence of Hergé's clarity of drawing, composition and narrative shows no sign of fading. More...
Posted: May 11, 2008

Hergé & The Clear Line:
Part 1

In Tintin, Hergé developed his Clear Line approach to comics, which continues to influence cartoonists today. More...
Posted: April 20, 2008

Hergé - One Hundred:
The Father Of Tintin

100 years after he was born, Hergé remains a figure who inspires devotion and controversy. More...
Posted: May 20, 2007

Hergé & Tintin:
Discover A World Of Tintinology

No comic creator or character has inspired so many books to be written as these two Belgian institutions. More...
Posted: January 15, 2006

Tintin At The Barbican:
A Theatre Review

Paul Gravett reviews the Young Vic's stage adaptation of Hergé's favourite Tintin story, Tintin In Tibet. More...
Posted: January 15, 2006

Tintin & Snowy:
A Boy & His Dog

While America has its costumed musclemen, Belgium has a spunky youngster in plus-four trousers. More...
Posted: January 8, 2006

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1001 Comics  You Must Read Before You Die edited by Paul Gravett

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