Les 100 plus belles planches de la bande dessinée

Les 100 plus belles planches de la bande dessinée


For our greatest pleasure, Vincent Bernière continues his exploration of comic strips and delivers here his 100 most beautiful plates, accompanied by a selection of plastic, graphic or cinematographic works that echo them.
An enjoyable walk through the work of Hugo Pratt, Hergé, Mattotti, Enki Bilal or Milo Manara.

French language
218 pages

Beaux Arts Publishing



Number of pages :
Museum :
Musée des Confluences
Thème :
Comic strip
Dimensions :
25.3 x 32.7 x 2.2 cm
Artiste :
Georges Remi, dit Hergé (1907-1983)
Courant artistique :
20th century
Reference :


Publication :
Novembre 2016

The artist

Georges Remi, dit Hergé (1907-1983)

Georges Remi, commonly known under the pseudonym Hergé is a Belgian comic book author. With Les Aventures de Tintin, he offers a revival to comics. Inspired by current events and using comedy, the comic strip is no longer aimed exclusively at children, but also at adults. Les Aventures de Tintin was first published in 1929 in the weekly supplement of the newspaper Le vingtième Siècle dedicated to youth, Le Petit Vingtième. He is also the author of other series such as Quick et Flupke et Jo, Zette et Jocko. In 1946, he was the editor-in-chief of the Journal de Tintin, of which he was the creator.