The Adventures of Tintin there are a remarkably few female characters, and fewer still have major roles. This is a list of the female characters featured in the series. Hergé had been accused of sexism, though he adimantly denied being a misogynist, saying that "...for me, women have nothing to do in a world like Tintin's, which is the realm of male friendship".
- ↑ Numa Sadoul, Entretiens avec Herge, Casterman, 1989, p. 93
Pages in category "Female Characters"
“ Ernestine is a minor character seen in The Broken Ear. She works as a housekeeper and cleaner...