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  • Les aventures d'Hergé
  • José-Louis Bocquet
  • English
  • 09 May 2020
  • 9781770460591

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Download Les aventures d'Hergé 109 José-Louis Bocquet á 9 Download Read & Download Ý E-book, or Kindle E-pub á José-Louis Bocquet 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. 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 adventures His cartoon work is done in the claire ligne clean line style with no shading and bright colours which matches the light and elegantly told adventure stories of the boy adventurerThis is comic biography done in the style and form of a Tintin album with the same length and format which is both its selling point and fatal flawWhile Tintin s adventures are straight forward uncomplicated adventures Remi s life was anything but Tintin was born out of the complex and nasty stew of right wing extremism of 30 s Europe Remi ended up working for a Nazi controled newpaper during World War II and was branded a traitor and collaborator by many of his fellow Beligians though was let off perhaps mostly because of the inoffensive nature of his work on comics like Tintin I won t try and pick apart what a lot of people in Europe did to survive under Nazi rule though Remi appears to have supported many of his fellow collaborators post war and even considered emmigrating to Argentina Remi appears to have been a neurotic unpleasant man who is often made all the unlikeable by this book that tries to depict him as just a poor guy who keeps on getting picked on by this puzzling angry people Whether it is those de Nazifying Europe or the artists and writers whom he mistreats later in his careerTo be fair I really took against Remi as he is portrayed in the book it might not be the actual man Because the book is so short and uses the flat Tintin story telling method rather than layering information like other non fiction graphic novels I ve read it skips post card like through Remi s life never able to stop and truly explicate or even properly dramatize the man s life Its worst sin is not giving him his due as an artist or storyteller the reason why anyone would want to read about him now In the end I needed to resort to Wikipedia to give myself some sort of context to understand this book It should have sent me back to my Tintin albums for another read but it didn tThe book is hamstrung by its conceit George Remi in no way resembles his creation and it was a mistake to try and cram him into Tintin s world Chip Kidd did a book that was half a collection and half a biography of the tragic life of Jack Cole the creator of Plastic Man The end of that work breaks down and gets very messy and weird and touching In contrast The Adventures of Herge stays respectfully in the clean line style and as a result misses and even misrepresents the thorny and complex man behind the boy reporter The Invisible College What a Group of Scientists Has Discovered About UFO Influences on the Human Race popularity skyrocketed from the 1930s through Transforming Church Bringing Out the Good to Get to Great Blank post–World War Two Hergé was Sembilan Mata Hati perceived by some to have aided the Nazi government in Belgium by continuing to Dr Hook and Me publi. 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Download Les aventures d'Hergé 109 José-Louis Bocquet á 9 Download Read & Download Ý E-book, or Kindle E-pub á José-Louis Bocquet 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. The Adventures of Herge is a brief autobiographical comic of Herge s or Georges Prosper Remi to give his real name life and at 60 pages it s a whistle stop tour of the highlights of the Tintin creator s life From childhood where there were rumours of him being a descendant of the Belgian Royal Family and where we meet his twin uncles who would later serve as inspiration for the ThompsonThomson twins to success with Tintin in the Land of the Soviets when he was in his twenties It continues from there revealing Herge s sexual promiscuousness to his pride that excluded any other artist as being credited on the front of the Tintin books to his futile efforts to break free of Tintin s shadow and eventual acceptance of his legacy as being the creator of one of the 20th century s best loved cartoon characters The book is drawn in the style of Herge s clear line and the events in his life mirror events Tintin himself would undertake in the books While the art is wonderful the limited number of pages makes for only the briefest of acuaintances with the important people in Herge s life as well as many important events only being mentioned in passing The Adventures of Herge is an interesting book for those wishing to know about TIntin s creator and not wanting to spend too long finding out but anyone expecting a in depth look into his life should try elsewhere Source Book of Medical History 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. The Adventures of Herge is a brief autobiographical comic of Herge s or Georges Prosper Remi to give his real name life and at 60 Get Your Lump on with Lumpy Space Princess pages it s a whistle stop tour of the highlights of the Tintin creator s life From childhood where there were rumours of him being a descendant of the Belgian Royal Family and where we meet his twin uncles who would later serve as inspiration for the ThompsonThomson twins to success with Tintin in the Land of the Soviets when he was in his twenties It continues from there revealing Herge s sexual The Cordax Mondotta The Adventures of Avery Avedaan #1 promiscuousness to his Domingo Franco Patriot and Martyr of the Philippine Revolution pride that excluded any other artist as being credited on the front of the Tintin books to his futile efforts to break free of Tintin s shadow and eventual acceptance of his legacy as being the creator of one of the 20th century s best loved cartoon characters The book is drawn in the style of Herge s clear line and the events in his life mirror events Tintin himself would undertake in the books While the art is wonderful the limited number of RecitatifTo Room Nineteen pages makes for only the briefest of acuaintances with the important In Service people in Herge s life as well as many important events only being mentioned in Saving Place passing The Adventures of Herge is an interesting book for those wishing to know about TIntin s creator and not wanting to spend too long finding out but anyone expecting a in depth look into his life should try elsewhere

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Download Les aventures d'Hergé 109 José-Louis Bocquet á 9 Download Read & Download Ý E-book, or Kindle E-pub á José-Louis Bocquet 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