Friday, October 01, 2004

Honoring Hergé: Writing for icWales, David Williamson offers an ode to Tintin and Hergé (which appears as "Herg" in the article, apparently because of a coding problem):

"Hergé ranks alongside CS Lewis and JK Rowling as a storyteller who could approach a child's imagination not with condescension but with respect and excitement. His readers are rewarded for their lack of cynicism by being taken on a journey into a grown-up yet fantastical world."