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
In fact, the museum is not in Brussels, but in the new university city of Leuven, almost 30 kilometers away. It takes about 50 minutes to take a train from the center of Brussels. There is still a lot of content in the museum, even if you look at it roughly, it takes an hour. But the exhibition in the museum cannot be photographed.
Once the "Blue Lotus" created by Hergé was published, it caused a sensation in the West. Many Western readers learned more about China through this work, and even many foreign explorers and travelers who later came to China were inspired by this cartoon. Influenced the idea of going to the mysterious China in the East. To this day, many readers believe that "Blue Lotus" is the most successful work in the Tintin comic series. More than twenty years later, because of this strong Chinese complex, Hergé once again created Tintin in Tibet with China as the background. In the new story, he still uses Zhang as the protagonist of the story, continuing the previous story clues. As he expected, Tintin in Tibet was once again successful. What people talk about is that more than half a century later, the Chinese painter Zhang Chongren and Hergé, a long-apart friend, met again in Belgium. When the two hands are held together, the two youths are gray-haired, one has become a famous cartoon master and the other has become a sculptor of a generation. At the end of the story of "Blue Lotus", the scene of seeing off Tintin on the Huangpu River is always a complex that Hergé can't give up. How much he hopes to swim on the Huangpu River in person and experience China...