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Thursday, 27 September 2007

Blistering Barnacles! A Tintin Superpost!

One of my favourite graphic novels/ cartoon shows while growing up was the Tintin series. Tintin is currently in the news as Steven Moffat (the writer of BBC's new "Dr. Who"and "Jekyll" series) has been recently signed to write the Tintin trilogy. The trilogy will have three different directors for each film: Stephen Speilberg, Peter Jackson and a third director who has yet to be announced. The films will be filmed in motion capture technology very much like Beowulf.

Here are some Tintin links:
Blistering Barnacles! Captain Haddock's Curse Generator
Captain Haddock Curse Count
Cars as seen in the Tintin comics/ real life
Tintin as you've never seen him before

Watch two episodes online:
The Blue Lotus: Part one/ two/ three/ four/ five
Red Rackham's Treasure: Part one/ two/ three/ four

Download links:
Theme Tune (MP3)
Intro Video (WMV)

The Comics:
Hergé's Tintin In The Land Of The Soviets (Black & White)
Hergé's Tintin In The Congo (Black & White)
Tintin In America
Tintin And The Cigars Of The Pharoah
Tintin And The Blue Lotus
Tintin And The Broken Ear
Tintin And The Black Island
Tintin And The Kind Ottokars Sceptre
Tintin And The Crabs With The Golden Claws
Tintin And The Shooting Star
Tintin And The Secret Of The Unicorn
Tintin And The Red Rackhams Treasure
Tintin And The Seven Crystal Balls
Tintin And The Prisoners Of The Sun
Tintin And The Land Of Black Gold
Tintin: Destination Moon
Tintin: The Explorers On The Moon
Tintin And The Calculus Affair
Tintin And The Red Sea Sharks
Tintin In Tibet
Tintin And The Castafiore Emerald
Tintin And The Flight 714
Tintin And The Picaros

Tintin Books by other writers:
Tintin And Alph-Art (Wikipedia entry)
Tintin And The Lake Of Sarks
Tintin In Thailand (Black & White- reportedly awful)
Tintin: The Freelance Reporter
Tintin And The Mysterious Visitor
Tintin: They Explored The Moon
Tintin And The Voice Of The Lagoon
Tintin And The Flute Of The Wendiago


Anonymous said...

OMG! Thank you for the comics! Amazing!

Pedro Monscooch said...

No problem!