Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Hergé 100! By Lezah Williamson

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Had he still been alive today, the late Hergé (Georges Remi) creator of the fabulous Tintin, would have been 100 this year.

Sadly, he is no longer of this world, and yet we cannot seem to forget him. His work has influenced and affected so many people that all over the world, from Paris to Tokyo, there will be exhibits, celebrations and retrospectives of his work.

Belgium is putting out a commemorative stamp, and a 50 metre high replica of the rocket from Destination Moon has been made.

Go, Tintin! Go, Snowy!

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