Studios Hergé

The Studios Hergé were, between 1950 and 1986, a SARL grouping comics creator Hergé and his collaborators, who assisted him with the creation of The Adventures of Tintin and derived products. Over the years, the studios had between 12 and 50 employees, including some prestigious artists like Jacques Martin, Bob de Moor and Roger Leloup.

Every creation produced by the studios was attributed to Hergé only, except for three albums of Quick & Flupke which are attributed to the Studios on the cover.

In 1987, the Studios were disbanded and transformed into the Hergé Foundation by Fanny Rodwell, Hergé’s widow.

Read more about Studios Hergé:  History, Works of The Studios