Jo-El Azara visits the Hergé Museum

News ~ Tuesday 27th May 2014

Here are some photos of Jo-El Azara, who was overjoyed to pay a visit to the Hergé Museum on Wednesday this week.

Jo-El Azara, real name Joseph Franz Hedwig Loeckx (born 4 May 1937) is a Belgian comic strip author, the creator of stories including “Clifton” and “Taka Takata”. He joined the Studios Hergé in 1954, staying for seven years and working on “The Calculus Affair” and “The Castafiore Emerald”. Throughout the rest of his career Jo-El Azara worked with the top names and magazines, collaborating with writers such as René Goscinny and Yves Duval, and drawing for “Spirou”, “Caravane”, “Le Soir Illustré” and, of course, “Tintin” magazine.

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