Michael Farr is a British Tintinologist, or expert on the comic series Tintin and its creator Hergé. He is the author of Tintin: The Complete Companion among other titles. He has also worked as a reporter for Reuters and travelled the world as a foreign correspondent for The Daily Telegraph
Interviews with Michael Farr
The adventures of Tintin are some of the bestselling books of all time, translated from French into languages across the globe, and still in bookshops nearly a century since they first started being published. Their stories, their humour, their characters continue to delight. Here, Tintinologist Michael Farr explains why the Tintin books have such enduring appeal and how their creator, Hergé, came to write them.