This is a museum in memory of Herge, a famous Belgian cartoonist, with a wealth of relevant materials and exhibits of his famous comic book The Adventures of Tintin, a must for Tintin fans
The Hergé Museum in Brussels is a famous Belgian comic museum. There are many manuscripts of Tintin’s Adventures, which are very precious. The painter is really good, and it feels like alive, definitely not lost to some master painters, very exciting.
The Herge Museum, which has many valuable manuscripts.
Much better than the comic museum in central Brussels
The museum is not in Brussels, but in New ruven, about 30 kilometers away, and it takes about 50 minutes to change trains from the center of Brussels. It's still quite a lot, even at first glance, an hour. But the museum exhibits are not photographable.
"Blue Lotus" by Erge has caused a sensation in the West, and many Western readers have learned more about China through the work, and even many foreign explorers who later traveled to China have been influenced by the cartoon. The idea of going to China in the East has been born. Until now, many readers have considered Blue Lotus the most successful of the Tintin series. More than 20 years later, due to the strong Chinese complex, Erge wrote Tintin in Tibet, which he still uses as the main character of the story, continuing the previous story line. As he had expected, “Tintin in Tibet” has once again succeeded. It is much to be hoped that, more than half a century later, the Chinese painter Zhang Chongren met again in Belgium with long-dead friends of Erge. When two hands together, two young men of beauty have white hair, one became a famous cartoonist, one became a generation of sculptor. At the end of the story of Blue Lotus, the scene of Zhang's farewell to Tintin on the Huangpu River is always a complex of Erge's inextricable feelings. How he hoped to swim in the Huangpu River and feel China.