The first of Tintin s full length adventures4 February 2012 This is the story where Tintin comes on his own While it was still written in a serialised form when it first appeared back in 1934, this story has a proper story arc where Tintin stumbles on a sophisticated drug smuggling ring that stretches across the entire Eurasian continent It is here that Tintin s companions begin to be developed namely the Thompson twins and we also begin to see Tintin going on real adventures and chasing after a singular bad guy Where Tintin in America seemed to be a hodge podge of different stories thrown together, here we begin to see a well constructed adventure Tintin is on a Mediterranean cruise much to Snowy s annoyance and here we begin to see the character of Snowy, the loyal and faithful companion, developed as well when he runs into the first of Herge s many absent minded professors, Dr S Qu Il Est En Croisi Re Sur Un Paquebot, Toujours Accompagn De Son Fid Le Chien Milou, Tintin Fait La Connaissance Du Lunatique Phil Mon Cyclone Egyptologue, Celui Ci Propose Tintin De L Aider Rechercher Le Tombeau Du Pharaon Khi OskhUne Fois Terre, Tintin Est Arr T Par Deux D Tectives, Dupond Et Dupont, Qui D Couvrent Sur Lui Un Paquet Rempli De Cocaine Contre Toute Attente, Tintin S Chappe Et Rejoint L EgyptologueUn Fois Le Tombeau Ouvert, Tintin Perd La Trace Du Professeur Cyclone, ✓ Les Cigares du Pharaon ↠´ Download by ☆ Hergé Avant D Tre Lui M Me Victime D Un Gaz Soporiphique Avant De Tomber Dans Un Profond Sommeil, Il D Couvre Une Trange Bo Te De Cigare Dans Le Tombeau You know you want to It s Tintin The guy every kid wants to be The guy you grow up to be I even had the same dog. The guy in my corner shop was the absent minded professor and my dad s mate was Captain Haddock. The artwork is awesome and the stories are intriguing and full of mystery I confess I ve read the whole series and loved every minute of them This was a time before social media when a kid could let his imagination run away with him. And if you love the book there are also cartoon versions of them Nothingto say other than simply BRILLIANT. Ñ Les Cigares du Pharaon Ù , , , , , , , , , , Written in 1936 , The Blue Lotus is the sequel to the colourful Cigars of the Pharaoh In the Cigars of the Pharaoh , Tintin has almost succeeded in smashing an international gang of drug traffickers , managing to capture all of them except the leader who mysteriously crashes over a ravine. His further investigations lead him to China , then under threat from Japanese agression. Tintin comes up against a madman infected with a dart that sends the recipient insane , enraged British colonists out for revenge after having been humiliated by Tintin and the Japanese army , with the chief villain of the piece being Japanese businessman Mitsuhirato. This album drew protest form the Japanese government of the time , and was praised by Chiang Kai Shek , President of the Republic of China. However, it was banned by China Well This is course not the first time I read Tintin But when I was looking at the obscure school of experimental comic book artists called Oubapo recently, Tintin appeared again on my radar screen and I decided to re read this early story, published first in the early 30s. And I ended up disappointed And surprised that I was disappointed Because I think Tintin is one of the best BD bandes dessinnees ever written Usually, the plot is well sequenced and the characters well drawn , both metaphorically as protagonists with idiosyncratic traits, and literally as cartoon figures with sharp poignancy of expression. Usually, but not here This episode appears to have been written for a much younger readership than many of the other stories Humour is never subtle, but remains slapstick at all times Dupont and Dupond, the two inept Pinkerton style police detectives, excel at
Here s a well done constructed Tintin s adventure Full of rhythm, we visit many places, including India Egypt And unlike previous volumes, the adventure has a real interest. We are no longer at Tintin au Congo Here, we re plunged into the heart of a large scale drug trafficking So, as always it is approached with lots of humour, some facilities at times, but we find all that we love in The Adventures of Tintin and even if it still lacks some cult figures, the optics of the adventurer as we know him already appears. .