The creator of TINTIN Georges Remi was born in Brussels Belgium 1907
Georges Remi was not a stand out student rather he would indulge in adventurgame on the street of Brussels. On higher secondary class he joined the boys scouts his Drawing skills caught the attention of is scout teacher and soon he was busy illustrating for scouts magazine and created his first character Totor.
Georges left school at the age of 17 and opted pen name “Hergé,” and started working for children’s page on a local news paper Le Vingtième Siècle. Tintin inspired by scout boy Totor came out in 1929 it was an instant hit by the time of 1950 it has raveled all around the world but herge stayed in Belgium ..he established his own studio.And here with his team of assistant artists he started expand the TINTIN Adventure across all the horizon.
Hergé’s had become a great sensation his story was based on current political scenario of that time. He took his readers to all around the world as TINTIN adventure was about traveling different places around the globe from Japanese-occupied China in The Blue Lotus to the Arctic Ocean in The Shooting Star.
The Black Island takes Tintin and his canine companion to a foreboding island off the coast of Scotland. A mythical beast — based partly on the Scottish Loch Ness monster — haunts the island, and Tintin is determined to get to the bottom of the local legend, once and for all.