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This article is about the comics series. For the city in India, see Bareilly. For the Italian politician and swimmer, see Paolo Barelli.

Barelli is a comics series featuring an eponymous character, created by Bob de Moor, which first appeared in the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Tintin on July 27, 1950.[1] Barelli made sporadic serial runs throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s while 8 albums in the series were released by Lombard and Bédescope.

Cover of the album publication
L'enigmatique monsieur Barelli (1956)


Barelli is a theatre actor who often finds himself caught up in dangerous adventures.


Serialised stories[edit]

  1. L'enigmatique monsieur Barelli (Tintin, 30/1950 - 9/1951)
  2. Barelli a nusa penida (Tintin, 10/1951 - 20/1952. Later Bob de Moor added pages to this adventure)
  3. Barelli et les agents secrets (Tintin, 1964)
  4. Barelli et le Bouddha boudant (Tintin, 1972)
  5. Bonne mine à la mer (Tintin, 1974)
  6. Barelli et le seigneur de Gonobutz (Tintin, 1976)
  7. Barelli et la mort de Richard II (1980)

Album publications[edit]

  1. L'énigmatique Mr Barelli, (1956) Lombard
  2. Barelli et les agents secrets, (1973), Lombard
  3. Barelli et le bouddha boudant, (1974), Lombard
  4. Bonne mine à la mer, (1975), Lombard
  5. Barelli à Nusa Penida T1, (1980), Bédescope
  6. Barelli à Nusa Penida T2, (1980), Bédescope
  7. Le seigneur de Gonobutz, (1980), Bedescope
  8. Barelli et la mort de Richard II, (1980), Bedescope
  • Bruxelles Bouillonne (1990) Promotional comic book for the city of Brussels.


  1. ^ BDoubliées. "Tintin année 1950" (in French).