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…I kind of like the idea of Tintin as a psychopath…kind of…

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The Search for Red Rackham's Treasure

The Lego Car Blog’s offices don’t have a classy desk area with those little brass plaques and fancy green desk lights. We do have a… 103 more words

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Tintin The Lovecraftian

Growing up I was a huge Tintin and Asterix fan. So when I saw this article on artist Muzski’s take on Tintin I just had to share it.

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"Tintin" at Indigenous Ambiguities

After six months of relative non-production, I’ve updated the long-silent Indigenous Ambiguities blog with a post about Tintin in America, addressing colonialism and comic books. 34 more words

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"Tintin" and Colonialism

After six months of relative non-production, I’ve updated the long-silent Indigenous Ambiguities blog with a post about Tintin in America, addressing colonialism and comic books. 60 more words

On Page 29 of "Tintin in America"

Tintin comics are both a symbol of colonialism and a pastime of francophone culture. The casual racism and stereotyping of cartoons, especially those produced in World War II—as active or passive propaganda—combined patriotic xenophobia with old-school whitewashing of colonial occupations as boy’s adventure stories. 1,086 more words

"Maps codify the miracle of existence"*...

Cartography has been close to National Geographic’s heart from the beginning. And over the magazine’s 130-year history, maps have been an integral part of its mission.

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