Real Name: Rork

Identity/Class: Extra-dimensional humanoid

Occupation: Wizard

Affiliations: Raffington Event, Capricorn, Deliah Darkthorne, Sy-Ra, Yosta

Enemies: Pharass, Dahmaloch

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unknown

First Appearance: Tintin (1978)

Powers/Abilities: Unknown

History: Rork is a white-haired "wizard" from another dimension who solves supernatural mysteries, before embarking on a quest to discover his origins. During his quest, he is assisted by a cast of characters including occult detective Raffington Event, astrologer Capricorn, the psychic Deliah Darkthorne (aka "Low Valley") and her daughter Sy-Ra, the immortal Yosta, and others. His enemies are the mysterious Pharass and the demon Dahmaloch.

Comments: Created by Andreas ( Andreas Martens).

The first two Rork stories were originally serialized in "Tintin" in 1978., before being collected in the graphic novel format. The other volumes were directly released as graphic novels.

The first five Rork stories were translated by Randy & Jean-Marc Lofficier. They were first serialized in b&w in Dark Horse's "Cheval Noir" comic, then published as graphic novels by NBM.

  1. Fragments (Lom., 1984)

  2. Passages (Lom., 1984)

  3. Le Cimetière des Cathédrales (The Graveyard of Cathedrals) (Lom., 1988)

  4. Lumière d'Etoile (Starlight) (Lom., 1988)

  5. Capricorne (Capricorn) (Lom., 1990)

  6. Descente (Descent) (Lom., 1992)

  7. Retour (Return) (Lom., 1993)

Though published in France, Rork's creator and writer Andreas is apparently German, so I've listed Rork in both the French and German sections.

Much of the information on this page comes verbatim from Cool French Comics, used with permission. Likewise the images. Thanks to David Fradin for corrections.

The official Rork website


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