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The Adventures of Tintin is a series of 24 comic albums created by Belgian cartoonist Georges He already had experience creating comic strips. called The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, a tie-in to the movie, of the Tintin book Explorers on the Moon, again in a limited run, this time of 10, The 'Icons' Collection The rocket at lift off After sending Tintin to the four corners of the How Tintin comics' global appeal moved their creator Hergé to tears. The Tintin book series by Hergé includes books Tintin au pays des Soviets, Tintin au Congo, Tintin In America (The The Adventures of Tintin: Cigars of the Pharaoh - Book #4 of the Tintin # The Secret of the Unicorn: Collector's Giant Facsimile Edition - Book #11 of the Land of Black Gold - Book #15 of the Tintin.


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Tintin in Tibet is the twentieth of The Adventures of Tintin, the series of comic albums written The Adventures of The Adventure of Tintin: The Secret of The Unicorn () The Broken Ear (French: L'Oreille cassée) is the sixth of The Adventures of Tintin, the series. The Adventures of Tintin: Land of Black Gold ( ). I'm French, so I basically grew up reading The Adventures of Tintin, Asterix & Obelix, Lucky Luke and other famous comics of that type. This three books were the first published, but you can skip them and came back later. . Flight to Sydney – On their way to Sydney, Tintin and Captain Haddock run. raudone.info: The Complete Adventures of Tintin (): Herge: Tintin is an iconic comic character, who has still managed to garner a huge fan.

She was first introduced in King Ottokar's Sceptre and seems to appear wherever the protagonists travel, along with her maid Irma and pianist Igor Wagner. She is comically foolish, whimsical, absent-minded, and talkative, and seems unaware that her voice is shrill and appallingly loud.

Her speciality is the Jewel Song Ah! My beauty past compare, these jewels bright I wear from Gounod's opera, Faust , which she sings at the least provocation, much to Haddock's dismay.

She is often maternal toward Haddock, of whose dislike she remains ignorant. She often confuses words, especially names, with other words that rhyme with them or of which they remind her; "Haddock" is frequently replaced by malapropisms such as " Paddock ", " Stopcock ", or " Hopscotch ", while Nestor, Haddock's butler, is confused with "Chestor" and "Hector".

Her own name means "white and chaste flower": The settings within Tintin have also added depth to the strips. He set the country in the Balkans , and it is, by his own admission, modelled after Albania. His research for the storyline was noted in New Scientist: The moon rocket is based on the German V-2 rockets.

This is especially noticeable in the seascapes, which are reminiscent of works by Hokusai and Hiroshige. Mills attributed to an attempt to portray "Incas in awe of a latter-day ' Connecticut Yankee '". Tintin first appeared in English in the weekly British children's comic Eagle in with the story King Ottokar's Sceptre. Snowy was called by his French name "Milou". The British translations were also Anglicised to appeal to British customs and values.

Milou, for example, was renamed Snowy at the translators' discretion. When it came time to translate The Black Island , which is set in Great Britain , the opportunity was taken to redraw the entire book. Methuen had decided that the book did not portray Great Britain accurately enough, and had compiled a list of errors of detail, which should be put right, such as ensuring that the British police were unarmed and ensuring scenes of the British countryside were more accurate for discerning British readers.

Unlike in most of Western Europe , the Tintin books have had limited popularity in the United States. The works were first adapted for the American English market by Golden Books , a branch of the Western Publishing Company in the s. The albums were translated from French into American English with some artwork panels blanked except for the speech balloons. This was done to remove content considered to be inappropriate for children, such as drunkenness and free mixing of races.

These serialisations served to increase Tintin's popularity, introducing him to many thousands of new readers in the United States. Atlantic Monthly Press , in cooperation with Little, Brown and Company beginning in the s, republished the albums based on the British translations.

Alterations were made to vocabulary not well known to an American audience such as gaol , tyre , saloon , and spanner. Moulinsart 's official Tintin app in Apple 's App Store , launched with the release of the online version of Tintin in the Congo on 5 June , features brand new English language translations by journalist, writer and Tintin expert Michael Farr. The English-language Adventures of Tintin books were originally published with handwritten lettering created by cartographer Neil Hyslop.

The work was subsequently published with the correct translation of the title. The study of Tintin, sometimes referred to as "Tintinology", has become the life work of some literary critics in Belgium, France and England. The first English-language work of literary criticism devoted to the series was Tintin and the Secret of Literature , written by the novelist Tom McCarthy and published in The earliest stories in The Adventures of Tintin have been criticised [91] for displaying racial stereotypes, animal cruelty , colonialism , violence, and even fascist leanings, including ethnocentric caricatured portrayals of non-Europeans.

In Tintin in the Land of the Soviets , the Bolsheviks were presented as villains. Tintin discovers, buried, "the hideout where Lenin , Trotsky , and Stalin have collected together wealth stolen from the people". However, concerns over the number of dead animals led Tintin ' s Scandinavian publishers to request changes.

Public prosecutors investigated, and a criminal case was initiated, although the matter was transferred to a civil court. For example, at the instigation of his American publishers, many of the African characters in Tintin in America were re-coloured to make their race Caucasian or ambiguous. This proved controversial, as the character exhibited exaggerated, stereotypically Jewish characteristics. The Adventures of Tintin has been adapted in a variety of media besides the original comic strip and its collections.

The Adventures of Tintin Les aventures de Tintin —92 was the more successful Tintin television series.

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The series adhered closely to the albums to such an extent that panels from the original were often transposed directly to the screen. The Adventures of Tintin were also released as radio dramas on LP and compact cassette recordings in French language versions in Belgium, France and Canada, German language versions in West Germany, Swedish language versions in Sweden, Danish language versions in Denmark and Norwegian language versions in Norway.

The Crab with the Golden Claws Le crabe aux pinces d'or was the first successful attempt to adapt one of the comics into a feature film. Whilst in the city however, Tintin and Haddock discover that a group of villains also want possession of the ship, believing that it would lead them to a hidden treasure. Tintin and the Blue Oranges Tintin et les oranges bleues , the second live action Tintin film, was released due to the success of the first.

An emir whose interests are threatened by the invention of the blue orange proceeds to kidnap both Zalamea and Calculus, and Tintin and Haddock travel to Spain in order to rescue them. The adaptation is mostly faithful, although the Seven Crystal Balls portion of the story was heavily condensed. Tintin and the Lake of Sharks Tintin et le lac aux requins , the second traditional animation Tintin film and the last Tintin release for nearly 40 years, it was based on an original script by Greg and directed by Raymond Leblanc.

While the look of the film is richer, the story is less convincing. The Adventures of Tintin: The movie's reception was positive. Sur les traces de Tintin On the trail of Tintin was a five-part documentary television series which recaps several albums of the book series by combining comic panels motionless or otherwise with live-action imagery, with commentary provided.

Tintin in the Indies: The Mystery of the Blue Diamond covers much of the second half of Cigars of the Pharaoh as Tintin attempts to rescue a stolen blue diamond.

Boullock's Disappearance — has Tintin, Snowy, and Thomson and Thompson travel around the world and back to Brussels again to unmask an impostor trying to lay claim to a missing millionaire's fortune. The scripts of the plays are unfortunately lost. Tintin began appearing in video games when Infogrames Entertainment, SA , a French game company, released the side scroller Tintin on the Moon in In , Tintin became 3D in a game called Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn , a tie-in to the movie, was released by Ubisoft in October Images from the series have long been licensed for use on merchandise , the success of Tintin magazine helping to create a market for such items.

Tintin's image has been used to sell a wide variety of products, from alarm clocks to underpants. Countless separate items related to the character have been available, with some becoming collectors' items in their own right. Speaking in , Peter Horemans, the then director general at Moulinsart, noted this control: We don't take lightly any potential partners and we have to be very selective Tintin memorabilia and merchandise has allowed a chain of stores based solely on the character to become viable.

The first shop was launched in in Covent Garden , London. In , a Tintin shop opened in Taguig, the Philippines, only the second of its kind in Southeast Asia. The first Tintin shop in Southeast Asia opened in Singapore in Tintin's image has been used on postage stamps on numerous occasions. The first Tintin postage stamp was an eight-franc stamp issued by Belgian Post for the 50th anniversary of the publication of Tintin's first adventure on 29 September , featuring Tintin and Snowy looking through a magnifying glass at several stamps.

Tintin in a pith helmet and a souvenir sheet with a single stamp in the center.

The stamps were jointly issued in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Tintin has also been commemorated by coin several times. In , the Monnaie de Paris Paris Mint issued a set of twelve gold medallions , available in a limited edition of It quickly sold out. The book began circulating in December , but in , Belgian police arrested those responsible and confiscated copies for copyright violation.

Other parodies have been produced for political reasons: When first published in Britain, it caused an outrage in the mainstream press, with one paper issuing the headline that "Commie nutters turn Tintin into picket yob!

Other comic creators have chosen to create artistic stories that are more like fan fiction than parody. The Swiss artist Exem created the irreverent comic adventures of Zinzin, what The Guardian calls "the most beautifully produced of the pastiches. The response to these parodies has been mixed in the Tintinological community. If they were, they would respect his wishes that no one but him draw Tintin's adventures. The first major Tintin exhibition in London was Tintin: If he's now recognised as a modern artist, that's very important.

In , Charles de Gaulle said, "In the end, you know, my only international rival is Tintin! We are the small ones, who do not let themselves be had by the great ones. Tintin has become a symbol of Belgium and so was used in a variety of visual responses to the Brussels bombings. Following are the twenty-four canonical Tintin comic albums, with their English titles. Publication dates are for the original French-language versions.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the comics. For the film, see The Adventures of Tintin film. For other uses, see The Adventures of Tintin disambiguation. The main characters of The Adventures of Tintin from left to right: Casterman Le Lombard Egmont Group. Bob de Moor Edgar P.

Jacobs Jacques Martin Roger Leloup. Edgar P. Jacobs Josette Baujot Fanny Rodwell. Although it's possible that as a child I imagined myself in the role of a sort of Tintin. Main articles: Tintin character and Snowy character. Main article: Captain Haddock.

Professor Calculus. List of The Adventures of Tintin characters. In a world of Rastapopouloses , Tricklers and Carreidases —or, more prosaically, Jolyon Waggs and Bolt-the-builders —Tintin represents an unattainable ideal of goodness, cleanness, authenticity.

Settings in The Adventures of Tintin. List of books about Tintin. Tintin books, films, and media. Tintin postage stamps and Tintin coins. List of Tintin parodies and pastiches. La Belgique. Series 1: Two books, twelve episodes, were adapted in black and white as a test of the studio's abilities; these were actually faithful to the original albums. Series 2: Eight books, 91 episodes, were adapted in colour; these were often unfaithful to the original albums.

The animation quality of the series was very limited. Nous sommes les petits qui ne se laissent pas avoir par les grands. Retrieved 29 November Hyslop's Handlettering vs.

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Retrieved 15 January Current Fellows ; Cadambi Website: Asia City Online Ltd. Retrieved 18 July Exhibitions The Metamorphoses of Tintin, or Tintin for Adults.

Jocelyn Hoy translator. Stanford University Press. Assouline, Pierre []. The Man Who Created Tintin.

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Charles Ruas translator. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. Farr, Michael The Complete Companion. John Murray. John Murray Publishers Ltd. Farr, Michael a.

Creator of Tintin Re-release ed. San Francisco: Goddin, Philippe Michael Farr translator. Last Gasp. Gravett, Paul Graphic Novels: Stories to Change Your Life. Aurum Press.

Horeau, Yves The Adventures of Tintin at Sea. Horn, Maurice World Encyclopedia of Comics 2nd Revised ed. New York City: Chelsea House. Lofficier, Jean-Marc ; Lofficier, Randy The Pocket Essential Tintin. Harpenden, Hertfordshire: Pocket Essentials. McCarthy, Tom Milou, for example, was renamed Snowy at the translators' discretion. Methuen had decided that the book did not portray Great Britain accurately enough, and had compiled a list of errors of detail which should be put right, such as ensuring that the British police were unarmed and ensuring scenes of the British countryside were more accurate for discerning British readers.

The albums were translated from French into American English with some artwork panels blanked except for the speech balloons. This was done to remove content considered to be inappropriate for children, such as drunkenness and free mixing of races. These serialisations served to increase Tintin's popularity, introducing him to many thousands of new readers in the United States. Alterations were made to vocabulary not well known to an American audience such as gaol , tyre , saloon , and spanner.

The work was subsequently published with the correct translation of the title. Tintin discovers, buried, "the hideout where Lenin , Trotsky , and Stalin have collected together wealth stolen from the people". However, concerns over the number of dead animals led Tintin's Scandinavian publishers to request changes.

To further the realism and continuity, characters would recur throughout the series. They are extremely clumsy, thoroughly incompetent, and usually bent on arresting the wrong character.

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The detectives usually wear bowler hats and carry walking sticks except when sent abroad; during those missions they attempt the national costume of the locality they are visiting, but instead dress in conspicuously stereotypical folkloric attire which makes them stand apart.

Bianca Castafiore is an opera singer of whom Haddock is terrified. She was first introduced in King Ottokar's Sceptre and seems to appear wherever the protagonists travel, along with her maid Irma and pianist Igor Wagner.

She is comically foolish, whimsical, absent-minded, and talkative, and seems unaware that her voice is shrill and appallingly loud. Her specialty is the Jewel Song Ah! My beauty past compare, these jewels bright I wear from Gounod's opera, Faust , which she sings at the least provocation, much to Haddock's dismay. She is often maternal toward Haddock, of whose dislike she remains ignorant.Tintin discovers, buried, "the hideout where Lenin , Trotsky , and Stalin have collected together wealth stolen from the people".

Editions Aubier-Montaigne. There he reveals the machinations of Japanese spies and uncovers a drug-smuggling ring. Tintin, with Thompson and Thompson at his side, sails on an oil tanker to the Middle East to track down the source of the faulty oil.

Prisoners of the Sun. Archived from the original on 27 March In ,The Black Island was coloured and re-drawn in Herg? While the look of the film is richer, the story is less convincing. Visit two museums in Louvain-la-Neuve. From a comic book perspective, Tintin had a number of important firsts: Tintin was the first successful comic book series in Belgium and led directly to the beginning of the comic book industry there.

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