The latest edition of EAGLE Times, the magazine of the Eagle Society, devoted to Eagle comic and its many creators, is out nowContinue reading New Eagle Times highlights Tintin’s lunar adventure and rare British custom comic, The Shell
The very first original cover art featuring the beloved comic character Tintin, Hergé’s The Adventures of Tintin Volume 1: Tintin in the Land of the Soviets, sold for more than $1.12 million by Heritage Auctions on Saturday, 8th June, in a sale of European Comic Art held in Dallas, Texas. The remarkable discovery is oneContinue reading Tintin in the Land of the Soviets cover art sells for $1.12 million
Art director Nicolas Amiard has taken a creative approach to highlight the plight of abandoned animals in his native France, borrowing some globally-recognised comic characters for awareness-raising non-profit project he’s called “Summer Adventures“. It’s estimated more than 100,000 pets are abandoned annually in France, with numbers rising in the summer months, in part the resultContinue reading French “Summer Adventures” comics campaign highlights plight of abandoned pets
The first cover appearance of Hergé‘s Tintin, arguably the most popular comic character worldwide, as well as a pair of lots by Osama Tezuka, the artist who has been called “the Japanese equivalent of Walt Disney” and a group of more than 50 lots of Walt Disney animation art, come to auction 8th – 9thContinue reading First ever Tintin cover looks set for one million dollar plus sale in June
Let’s celebrate the birthday of birth of Belgian author Hergé, born this day 22nd May 1907, the creator of The Adventures of Tintin, with a little tour of just some of his work – and news on a new collection of Tintin’s lunar adventures… July will see the release of a new hardcover collection, TintinContinue reading As Tintin’s lunar adventures get set to be re-published we say Happy Birthday, Hergé!