If you happen to travel to Europe and Paris between now and February 19 pay a visit to Hergé, a tribute to the creator of Tintin, Quick et Flupke and other cartoon characters I have been fond of since childhood.
The exhibition at the Centre Pompidou opens today. It is Free and celebrates the Centennial of the birth of Hergé. He died in 1983 and would have turned 100 in May 2007.
Erica Wagner tells us more about Hergé the man, the show and its curator with Tintin at the top in The Times Online.
I wrote about Tintin on DVD in April 2005.