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 Amazon.com: The Adventures of Tintin in the Congo: Books: Herge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Adventures of Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (Adventures of Tintin) by Herge
Tintin - Tintin and the Lake of Sharks by Herge
The Adventures of Tintin in the Congo by Herge
www.amazon.com /Adventures-Tintin-Congo-Herge/dp/0867199024   (2199 words)

 Tintin Hergé Tintin in Black and White   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
If, nowadays, we discover the adventures of Tintin as 62 pages books in color, we should not forget that the first eight adventures of our hero - in addition to the Soviets - were initially created in fl and white.
Tintin's first two adventures - Tintin in the Land of the Soviets and Tintin in the Congo - were initially published by the rather short-lived Éditions du Petit Vingtième, in a rather limited edition, since Hergé believed that Tintin's success was only a temporary phenomenon.
While The Shooting Star became Tintin's first adventure published in color, Hergé tackled the hard work of redrawing the books of pre-war period, first with the help of Edgar P. Jacobs, then of what was going to become gradually the team of the Hergé Studios.
www.free-tintin.net /english/nsurb.htm   (401 words)

 Madinkbeard » Adventures of Tintin Review
He is always accompanied by his dog Snowy, and in later adventures by his friend Captain Haddock, a gruff former sea captain who loves to drink whiskey, and often Professor Calculus, a kindly mad scientist who is desperately hard of hearing (the source of much verbal humor).
Tintin believes Chang has survived, contrary to the reports of the rescue team, and he braves the harsh snowy mountains to find his friend.
While Tintin is the calm cool-headed type in previous adventures, always doing the right thing and keeping the others in check (Haddock is often impetuous), in this adventure he is feverishly driven to find his friend, spurred on because of a dream he considers prophetic.
madinkbeard.com /blog/archives/adventures-of-tintin-review   (1351 words)

 Adventures of Tintin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Georges Prosper Remi Remi or Herge (for that was his pen-name) spent the rest of his long life writing and drawing the adventures of Tintin, boy reporter, whose courage and ingenuity, good manners and fine sensibilities, were constantly challenged by strokes of great fortune and misfortune, as is often the case with heroes.
At the end, Tintin changed with the times, and wore bell-bottoms, and a peace-pin; but for the most of his excellent career, he was attired in knickers.
Tintin was born, a fully-formed 14-year-old, in 1929, first appearing in the pages of Le Petit Vingtieme, the children's supplement to a Brussels newspaper.
www.tintinologist.org /articles/tintin.html   (827 words)

 Tintin The Boy Reporter
Tintin has been delighting children and adults alike since 1929, when he began his adventures as a boy reporter traveling the world and setting wrongs to right.
Per Herge’s request, no new adventures have been published, however, many volumes of the Adventures of Tintin were compiled into various book publications, and have become treasured family heirlooms.
Collectors or “Tintinologs”(specialists of Tintin’s world) find outlets for their passion in the many publications,animated cartoons, statuettes, games, art pieces, publicity and merchandising items that have been created around the theme of Tintin’s adventures.
www.belgianexperts.com /tintin.php   (322 words)

 Amazon.com: Tintin in Tibet (The Adventures of Tintin): Books: Herge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Tintin in Tibet (The Adventures of Tintin) by Herge
Tintin, convinced his friend is not dead, goes off to the land of the ice and snow to save his friend.
Tintin has a dream of his Chinese friend Chang (from "The Blue Lotus") after hiking on a mountain holiday, and wakes to find that a plane Chang was on has crashed in the Himalayas.
www.amazon.com /Tintin-Tibet-Adventures-Herge/dp/0316358398   (1791 words)

 The Adventures of Tintin - ExampleProblems.com
Tintin was largely based on Hergé's earlier character Totor, a boy-scout with a striking resemblance to Tintin.
The Adventures of Tintin (1991 – 1992), was produced by Ellipse (France), and Nelvana (Canada).
More a thought experiment than a new adventure, Tintin here grows up: he is seduced and falls in love, has a dream about the death of Snowy and caring for an invalid Haddock, and critically examines his life and experiences.
www.exampleproblems.com /wiki/index.php/The_Adventures_of_Tintin   (3446 words)

 Tintin Bookshop
Tintin at the Young Vic : A new show to be performed from November through January 2006.
Tintin hardback have appeared under several different editions, but the current publisher is Egmont, a world leader when it comes to Children's and branded titles.
This very first Tintin Festival both precedes and prolongs the festivities of the Belgian national holiday on July 21st and of the 175th anniversary of the kingdom.
www.tintinbookshop.co.uk   (669 words)

 Ersatz Info-Rama: Tintin
But, as with any serial, the adventures of Tintin are bound by their circularity, by the demand to return t o equilibrium on the final page.
His terrier Snowy senses trouble: "Seldom hear Tintin talk so much." Soon, Tintin, Snowy, and Had dock are off to Peru, where they quickly fall in with a small party who, on the surface, resemble acquaintances from past adventures -- aristocratic types, hotel-dwellers, far from their native Europe.
For readers who, as children, voraciously consumed all of Tintin's adventures, the novel is a blessing.
www.well.com /user/biscuit/ir/tintin.html   (817 words)

 P.O.V. - Tintin and I . Film Synopsis | PBS
Tintin was the determined and resilient hero of a comic book series that took him on thrilling adventures around the world — and on some voyages not quite of this world.
Actually, though Tintin is not as well known in the U.S. as in Europe, his distinctive tuft of ginger hair and Hergé's no less distinctive drawing style will ring a bell with many Americans.
Tintin was literally and emblematically a Boy Scout who always lived up to the Boy Scout code, no matter how dire, dark, strange or adult the situation.
www.pbs.org /pov/pov2006/tintinandi/about.html   (1550 words)

 BBC - h2g2 - Herge's Adventures of Tintin - A743131
After the publication of the third Tintin story, 'Tintin in America', in which our hero takes on Gangsters and witnesses American Indians being driven from their land, each Tintin story was published as an "album" after it had finished its run in the newspaper.
Tintin is a reporter, and an all round do-gooder, and has often been compared to a boy scout.
Tintin encountered Alcazar after barely escaping from a firing squad in one of the many civil wars in San Theodoros.
www.bbc.co.uk /dna/h2g2/classic/A743131   (2710 words)

Tintin fought his way through 50 episodes based on the original Hergé books, 5 of which were adapted for the small screen, The Crab With The Golden Claws, Star of Mystery, Red Rakham's Treasure, Black Island, Objective Moon and The Calculus Affair.
A whole host of characters accompanied Tintin on his adventures, including the grog-swilling Captain Haddock, two inept Scotland Yard detectives -The Thompson Twins (who gave their name to a 1980's pop group), and the audibly challenged Professor Cuthbert Calculus.
In 1986 Tintin and Alpha-Art, the last and unfinished adventure of Tintin was published, three years after the death of Georges Rémi.
www.televisionheaven.co.uk /tintin.htm   (327 words)

 Amazon.ca: Adventures Of Tintin Volume 3: Books: Herge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Tintin in the Land of the Soviets by Herge
Tintin & the Cigars of the Pharaoh by Herge
While there is much laughter at Haddock's expense in the Tintin books (he bears the brunt of the numerous pratfalls portrayed in the adventures), he is, in essence, a functional alcoholic, a man with his own vices but also possessing a kind of heroism.
www.amazon.ca /Adventures-Tintin-3-Herge/dp/0416178626   (894 words)

 The Adventures of Tintin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Adventures of Tintin (Les Aventures de Tintin) is a series of comic books created by Belgian artist Hergé (real name: Georges Remi - whose initials, when reversed to RG and pronounced in French, sound like "Hergé").
Tintin and I (Tintin et Moi) By Danish director Anders Høgsbro Østergaard in 2003 and was a co-production of companies from Denmark, Belgium, France, and Switzerland.
The documentary was broadcast in the United States as "Tintin and I" on the PBS channel, July 11, 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Adventures_of_Tintin   (6486 words)

 TINTIN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Tintin is a young European reporter who goes on all sorts of adventures.
Tintin has always been easily recognized by his tuft of hair that sticks up, his eyes, simple little dots and the little curve of a nose.
These two detectives/twins often join Tintin in his adventures, or they were given a false lead planted by one of Tintin's enemies so they are forced to arrest him.
members.aol.com /willmclean/tintin/tintin.htm   (560 words)

 Jedi Council Forums - The Adventures of Tintin -"The Broken Ear"
In fact, people from Congo were proud because t that time, Tintin was an icon and he visited their country and never visited some richer like Japan, Italy, Nederlands…They also found it quite funny that the silly Westerners tought that they looked like that.
As Tintin himself, who spends much of his time tuning into illicit radio signals and entering cryptic underworlds, could tell you, this is exactly the type of space that secrets of all kinds - including, perhaps, those of literature itself - make their own.
There are several great typical adventure sequences - scaling the wall after the baddie, being abducted in a car with locked doors, planting a fake body to be shot at...
boards.theforce.net /the_amphitheatre/b10382/22707927/p15/?225   (2282 words)

 Powell's Books - Tintin 3in1 Volume 1 Adventures of Tintin by Herge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Whether he's trolling the high seas for treasure or blasting off for the moon, young reporter-sleuth Tintin and his faithful dog, Snowy, have delighted readers everywhere for generations with their timeless adventures.
Join Tintin and Snowy as they tackle the toughest mysteries around the world in The Castafiore Emerald, Flight 714, and Tintin and the Picaros.
Tintin in America — Cigars of the Pharaoh —; The Blue lotus.
www.powells.com /biblio?isbn=0316359408   (139 words)

 KidsArt Art Education Supplies On-Line Catalog- The Adventures of Tintin
Tintin the boy reporter and his faithful dog Snowy have pleased generations of youngsters.
Tintin and Snowy travel the world along with a colorful cast of good guys and bad guys.
But my daughter didn't seem to mind...she discovered Tintin the summer between 1st and 2nd grade, and fell so in love with the adventures that she collected the entire set and read them again and again over the years.
www.kidsart.com /store/tintin.html   (323 words)

Picking up where he left off in the Egyptian adventure Cigars of the Pharaoh, Tintin travels to China in The Blue Lotus, a tale which is generally considered Herge's first masterpiece.
The Adventures of Tintin in the Land of the Soviets followed shortly thereafter.
www.lastgasp.com /d/28616   (277 words)

Tintin is joined by the Professor (who is usually a bit out of it).
Each DVD has two Tintin episodes on it, making 10 DVDs in all, and there are also two boxsets of DVDs (Volumes 1-5 and Volumes 6-10).
Now watch Tintin and his dog Snowy on video, as they ski through the Himalayas, visit opium dens in Hong Kong, explore ancient Aztec temples, and more.
www.multilingualbooks.com /tintin.html   (812 words)

 Tintin Webring   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Tintin is the young reporter you travels around the world with his faithful dog Snowy.
Tintin is a Belgian cartoon, now with a following around the world.
"Tintin 60 languages" offers you an overview of all languages in which Tintin is translated, the translated albums and a short description of each language.
o.webring.com /hub?ring=tintinring   (578 words)

 Essentials: Online Store: Tintin Figurines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Essentials has all the Tintin family figurines, including the young reporter.
Your Tintin collection is not complete without the ONLY female character in the Herge series.
Captain Haddock is a true friend and faithful confidant to Tintin.
www.shopessentials.net /shop/tintin01.htm   (212 words)

 The Adventures of Tintin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Adventures of Tintin first appeared in French in a children's supplement to the Belgian newspaper Le Vingtième Siècle in 1929.
The hero of the series is the eponymous character, Tintin, a young reporter and traveller.
Boy scout with strange dreams - "Tintin et moi".
en.wikipedia.org.cob-web.org:8888 /wiki/The_Adventures_of_Tintin   (6485 words)

 About the Tintin Trivia Quiz
Tintin, an adventurous young reporter, has delighted young and old alike since the 1930s.
Nearly all of the answers can be found in American editions of The Adventures of Tintin.
The Tintin Trivia Quiz is a volunteer project.
tintin.eugraph.com /tqsect/index.html   (450 words)

 The Adventures of Tintin by Herge, a RebeccasReads.com Book Review by Narayan Radhakrishnan
Tintin and The Blue Lotus and The Black Island -- Herge's ever-popular The Adventures of Tintin republished for a whole new generation to enjoy.
I have already reviewed for this wonderful site, Tintin: The Complete Companion and the two classic albums The Land of Soviets and the Land of Congo -- the first Tintin comics ever to be published.
The Adventures of Tintin: The Black Island is a quaint English-style mystery, with Herge putting to best use the fears the people of the world-over had about the Yeti, Sasquatch, Loch Ness Monster, et al.
rebeccasreads.com /reviews/03chi/03herg33_nr.html   (553 words)

 Barbican - Hergé’s Adventures of Tintin
Join Tintin, his loyal dog Snowy, and the curmudgeonly Captain Haddock as they battle to rescue their friend Chang lost in a plane crash in the high Himalayas.
With time running out, and rumours of the abominable Snowman prowling the peaks, this will be the most testing adventure yet for our fearless young reporter and his friends.
All of Tintin's 24 adventures are published in the UK by Egmont.
www.barbican.org.uk /theatre/event-detail.asp?ID=3408   (219 words)

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