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Great snakes!

Afternoon sketch: Tintin the Graffiti artist. Growing up in the UK, I read every one of Hergé’s adventures at the local children’s library, and at WH Smith’s. 17 more words


Destination Moon: A review.

Author: Herge
Rating: 4/5
Pages: 62

Destination moon is the first part of a two part series of tintin’s adventures that will take him to moon. 156 more words

Book Review

Tintin in London

My all time favorite Bande dessinée. Tintin as a gay icon? — he’s as asexual as Shaun the Sheep! Though in many ways it reflects its time, I think it has aged remarkably well (it embodies that timeless and comforting modern-retro style that is now the rage). 52 more words

Bande Dessinée

On Fridays I go painting in The Louvre.

I have something to say and if no one listens that’s ok, it might be preferable.

What best sums up what I am trying to say is this Bun Toon by artist Ty Templeton. 628 more words

Alexandre Dumas

Tintin: Hergé's Masterpiece

At Somerset House. 12 Nov – 31 Jan. Free. No need to say anymore – surely will be amazing.


tintin exhibition

london 4.39pm friday 2015

this drawing epitomises for me the tintin character. hiking with his dog snowy. it is quite  serious story lines in the cartoons now that i am able to browse some of the cartoons that are on sale in the shop. 82 more words


Everyone loves a good comic strip. The witty nature of a comic strip coupled with the colorful illustrations provides for a lighthearted and entertaining read. What better comic strip than the internationally renowned Belgium reporter Tintin with his lovable sidekick dog Snowy. 78 more words