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Hergé: too obstinate to pass the series to an apprentice?

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#11 · Posted: 24 Nov 2010 11:58
I think that yes, it may be possible that he was too arrogant to pass the flame on, but I do have another way of seeing things...

Consider this for a moment, you are a young aspiring comic strip artist/writer, you come up with a series that is not only popular but also quite adult yet it still has a childlike appeal.

Then come along a load of TV and film makers who destroy it by making overly simplistic and childish productions cos they think that as it's 'just for kids' that they can put out any out rubbish they like.

No wonder he did not like the idea of others continuing his work!

So really you can blame Belvision for this, not Hergé!

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