The Art of Hergé, Inventor of Tintin: Volume 1: 1907-1937 by Philippe Goddin is the first in a three-volume series about the author of the famous Tintin comics. Presenting a variety of artwork, the book starts with one of the earliest drawings by George Remi, aka Hergé: a scribble on the back of a postcard. This volume is a lush work of research, chockfull of illustrations and history that gives a detailed overview of this artist's work. It will be well-appreciated by true Tintin fans.
Hardcover, 208 pages. Last Gasp, 2008. $29.16 at Amazon.