This article is about the real world. Hergé
Studio Hergé was, between 1950 and 1986, a grouping of comic author Hergé and his assistants, who helped him with the creation of The Adventures of Tintin, Quick & Flupke and their derived products. During its existence, the studio had between 12 and 50 employees, including some prestigious artists like Jacques Martin, Bob de Moor and Roger Leloup.

All creations produced by the studio were attributed to Hergé only, with the exception of three albums of Quick & Flupke created after his death which are credited to the Studio as a whole on the cover. After 1986 , the Studio was disbanded and absorbed into the Hergé Foundation.

Members of the Studios

This non exhaustive list features the principal members only.

  • Hergé
  • Steven Spielberg
  • Peter Jackson


  • Bob de Moor (1950–1983)
  • Jacques Martin (1947-1972)
  • Roger Leloup (1953–1969)
  • Michel Demarets (1953–1986)
  • Jo-El Azara (1954–1961)
  • Guy Dessicy (1950–1953)
  • Johan De Moor


  • Josette Baujot
  • Monique Laurent
  • France Ferrari
  • Nicole Thenen
  • Fanny Vlamynck


  • Marcel Dehaye
  • Baudouin van den Branden

Works of the Studios

Every work released under the name of Hergé since 1950 can be considered to be works of the Studio. Studio Hergé played a major role, either by colouring, drawing of backgrounds, or by completely replacing Hergé. However, it is difficult to correctly judge the role of the contributors, as Hergé and, later, his rights-holders.

There is a debate over several albums, mainly Tintin and the Picaros and the third version of The Black Island, where some believe that Bob De Moor completely drew the entire book. With the Jo, Zette and Jocko adventure The Valley of the Cobras, Jacques Martin is sometimes said to have drawn the whole of the album.


The Adventures of Tintin

  1. Destination Moon (1953)
  2. Explorers on the Moon (1954)
  3. The Calculus Affair (1956)
  4. The Red Sea Sharks (1958)
  5. Tintin in Tibet (1960)
  6. The Castafiore Emerald (1963)
  7. Flight 714 (1968)
  8. Tintin and the Picaros (1976)
Reformatting and colouring of old albums
Additional publications
  • Six pop-up books Pop-Hop published by Hallmark between 1969 and 1971.
  • Tintin and the Lake of Sharks (1972), adaptation of the animated movie.
    Two versions were created, one with images from the movie, the other one as a redrawn comic strip. The first was published as a book by Casterman, the second was published in a number of Belgian and French newspapers.
  • Two books Jouons avec Tintin (1974).

Quick & Flupke

Adaptation of old gags by Hergé
  • Jeux interdits (1985)
  • Tout va bien (1985)
New gags created after the death of Hergé
  • Haute tension (1985)

Jo, Zette and Jocko

  • The Valley of the Cobras (1956)

Animated movies

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