Tintin: The Complete Companion

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John Murray, Jan 1, 2001 - Caricatures and cartoons - 205 pages
18 Reviews
Tintin, the extraordinary reporter with his immediately recognizable coif and his dog Snowy, has been a publishing phenomenon since he first appeared in 1928. This text explains the source of all the stories and shows how Herge updated the stories in later editions to reflect the changing world.

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They love looking at the great illustrations. - Goodreads
U get complete insight into Herge and Tintin! - Goodreads
Very complete overview of the work and life of Herge. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Poornima - Goodreads

Excellent read for Tintin fans. Michael Farr has done fairly thorough research on Herge's hardwork beyond each of the plates. For a glimpse of comic readers, the efforts made by Herge was unimaginable. I am going to read Tintin collection again with whole new perspective. Read full review

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User Review  - Adam - Goodreads

This is a great companion piece to the Tintin stories. Each Tintin book is covered, with archival photos and commentary providing rich background info on what went into the making of the stories. My ... Read full review

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