Herge - Tintin Et Les Trains - French
How many of Tintin's adventures begin in a train station? When Hergé began his career as a cartoonist a little over a century ago, the train had revolutionized everyday life and had become part of the landscape. Hergé drew locomotives of astonishing realism with perfect environments. Steam, diesel or electric, they are directly inspired by legendary engines that trace the history and development of railroads around the world. This extensively documented book is now published to coincide with the opening, on September 24, of Train World in Brussels (Schaerbeek station).
Inside format: 22 x 29,3 cm.
64 pages with flyleaves.
4-color printing on 135gr. paper.
Sewn with linen thread.