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Welcome to the charming and colorful world of Tintin! Hergé’s classic comic book characters leap to the silver screen in two spirited adventures starring the intrepid boy-reporter and his faithful dog Snowy. In Tintin’s first-ever live-action adaptation, Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece, Captain Haddock sets sail to Istanbul, accompanied by our cow-licked hero and his cohorts. There they collect a strange bounty from the late Captain Paparanic: a rusty old ship called the Golden Fleece. But the real treasure lies in a chest under the sea, as they discover a map with an “X” on it—marking the spot of Paparanic’s gold. For his next escapade, Tintin and the Blue Oranges, Tintin tries to crack the riddle of an oddly hued citrus that can be grown in the desert—and possibly solve world hunger.
A new exhibition in Shanghai is centered around "Hergé, Tintin and the Americans," a book published last year by Tintin scholar Philippe Goddin.
The second adventure of the little reporter, Tintin in the Congo, is the subject of a new digital edition, closer to the line of Hergé, starting from the original boards completely restored and colorised according to the techniques of the 21st century.
This fascinating documentary delves into the archives of
Studios Hergé and Moulinsart. The fi lm also features personal
accounts from experts and artists including Philippe Goddin,
Joost Swarte, François Schuiten and Frederik Peeters.
The Adventures of Tintin
An official site for the recent movie and for Tintin's comics adventures. Includes information about the strip's history and characters, plus news and a product store.
Tintinologist: The Cult of Tintin
A long-running fansite for Tintin enthusiasts. Includes news, articles and forums.
The Tintin Blog
Another extensive fansite.
The official site of the Brussels museum dedicated to the art of Tintin's creator, Herge.
Herge was known for his use, and fastidious depiction, of real vehicles in the Tintin stories. This site catalogs appearances by different trucks and cars in the Tintin books, comparing Herge's drawing with photographs of the real things.
Tintin in the Congo
Wikipedia's detailed and balanced look at the controversy surrounding this early Tintin release, which contains stereotypical and offense depictions of Africans.
TY Beanie Babies - The Adventures of Tin Tin Set of 3 (TIN TIN, SNOWY the Dog and CAPTAIN HADDOCK)
TINTIN SITTING FIGURINE FROM THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
TINTIN STANDING KEY RING FROM THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
PROFESSOR CALCULUS WITH HIS SUITCASE FIGURINE FROM THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
CAPTAIN HADDOCK AT THE CAR RALLY FIGURINE FROM THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
THOMSON WITH HIS CANE FIGURINE FROM THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
RED RACKHAM FIGURINE FROM THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
TINTIN HOLDING THE UNICORN BOX SCENE FROM THE TINTIN COLLECTIBLE SERIES
SNOWY STANDING CUDDLY PLUSH STUFFED ANIMAL - MEDIUM (20 CM)
15 CM RESIN ROCKET FROM THE MYTHICAL IMAGES TINTIN COLLECTIBLE SERIES
Lujex(TM) The Adventures of Tintin Resin Figure Shark Submarine
COWBOY BOX SCENE FROM THE TINTIN COLLECTIBLE SERIES
TINTIN DIVING-SUIT BOX SCENE FROM THE TINTIN COLLECTIBLE SERIES
TINTIN AT THE FLEA MARKET BOX SCENE FROM THE TINTIN COLLECTIBLE SERIES
TINTIN MEETS CAPTAIN HADDOCK FROM THE "COURANT D'AIR" TINTIN COLLECTIBLE SERIES
TINTIN AND SNOWY WALKING FROM THE TINTIN COLLECTIBLE SERIES
Tintin and the Blue Oranges Poster Movie French 27x40
Tintin en Amerique, c.1932 Art Poster Print by Hergé (Georges Rémi) , 20x28
Tintin au Tibet, c.1960 Art Poster Print by Hergé (Georges Rémi) , 20x28
8x11" Inches Poster. "Las Aventuras de Tintin".
Tintin and the Condor Art Poster Print by Hergé (Georges Rémi) , 28x20
TinTin Coffee Pot - Wicker Handle - Nick Munro