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Hergé’s Studio: how long did it persist?

jock123
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#1 · Posted: 28 Jun 2004 07:33 · Edited by: jock123
I know there was a gap of maybe a couple of years between the death of Hergé and the studio folding; does anyone know what they did in that time?

I’m assuming that at least part of it was creating Tintin related material such as adverts and merchandise, but did the studio have any other output? For example, were the new Quick and Flupke strips by Johann de Moor done at this time?

It seems a great pity the team were broken up, and I wonder if it was ever considered that they could have continued to work together as a commercial entity, just not on Tintin.
marsbar
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#2 · Posted: 13 Jul 2004 07:45
jock123 wrote: I know there was a gap of maybe a couple of years between the death of Hergé and the studio folding...

The Studio lasted from 1950 to 1987, so the gap between the Studio's closure and Herge's death would be around 4 years.

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