From comics to an immersive adventure - this is the leap taken by Tintin, the popular character by Hergé who, since the 1930s, has never ceased to win over readers of all ages. His experiences are now to be lived fully at the Atelier des Lumières, the first centre for digital art in Paris which, starting on the 21st of October, invites us to dive into the wondrous reality of one of the greatest comic book writers of the XX Century. Awaited by fans young and old, the show was born from a collaboration between Moulinsart, which holds the exclusive rights to the work by Hergé, and Culturespaces, pioneer in creating immersive exhibitions. The most stunning covers created for the comic books of this rebel reporter with his trademark lock of hair come to life in giant form, showing the evolution of the drawings of Hergé from black-and-white to colour. And then he’s off, on an adventure that will bring this young hero to every corner of the globe. From the “land of the Soviets” to the Egypt of the Pharaohs or to the tropical jungle of the “Picaros”, and even on a rocket to the Moon, accompanied by a lively and colourful crew - his faithful dog Snowy and Captain Haddock, with his fiery temper and extravagant swear words, the genius Professor Tornasole, the clumsy twin detectives Dupond and Dupont, the imposing soprano Bianca Castafiore, and, naturally, the necessary bad-guys, headed by the shady Rastapopoulos, thanks to whom, the adventures of Tintin are that much more fun.