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List by JustASimpleMe posted over a year ago
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Here are the list of characters that has an account and their names:

Tintin ~ @CuriousTintin (me)
Chang Chong-Chen ~ @GoofyChineseBoy
Captain Haddock ~ @BBlueBarnacles
Professor Calculus ~ @notactingagoat
Abdullah ~ @PrincePrankster
Sakharine (movie version) ~ @IvanSakharine
Piotr Skut ~ @PiotrSkut
The Yeti (the yeti from "Tintin in Tibet") ~ @GentleYeti

Open spots for characters (wanted)

Bianca Castafiore
General Alcazar
and Allan

Please contact @CuriousTintin or comment below for more info
List by bakerychaz posted over a year ago
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1: Tintin
2: Snowy
3: Captain Haddock
4: Thompson and Thomson
5: Professor Calculus
6: Abdullah
7: Enaddine Akass
8: General Alcazar
9: Professor Hector Alembick
10: Alonso and Ramon
11: Barnaby
12: Mr Baxter
13: Big Chief Keen-Eyed Mole
14: Bill
15: The Bird Brothers
16: Mr Bohlwinkel
17: Mr Bolt
18: Colonel Boris
19: Borschtisov
20: Rascar Capac
21: Al Capone
22: Chang
23: Captain Chester
24: Dawson
25: Lieutenant Doctor
26: Corporal Diaz
27: Didi
28: The Director of Kidnap Inc.
29: Emir Ben Kalish Ezab
30: The Fakir
31: Henri Fourcart
32: Mr Gibbons
33: The Grand Abbot
34: Sir Francis Haddock
35: Huascar
36: Irma
37: Ivan
38: Colonel Jorgen
39: Mik Kanrokitoff
40: Dr Krollspell
41: Lazlo Carreidas
42: Bianca Castafiore
43: Bunji Kuraki
Article by madforstuff posted over a year ago
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I have great news! Today (december 1st 2010) I was looking at the magazines and spotted one called the Empire. its some magazine about new movies or something... anyway the top scoop was about the latest Tintin movie! Yes! A new Movie!

The article said it is being mde my the two biggest names in movie history. Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson.

As some of you might be aware, Steven made the Tintin cartoons in the 90's and Peter has been a huge Tintin fan since he was a little boy. So this Directing Duo should do Herge proud.

The movie is going to be in 3D which is a vast improvement from the movie "Tintin and the lake of sharks" which was... well... how to put this kindly... a bit off? Never mind.

What intersets me is that they are using performance capture suits to make the movie.Doing that insted of the classic hand drawn fotage means the animation will look real and can be seen in 3D. But there is a problem, a big one, in doing so it wouldnt look like Herge's signeter style. Will they get away with it?
List by bakerychaz posted over a year ago
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#1: Tintin in the land of the Soviets

#2: Tintin in the Congo

#3: Tintin in America

#4: Cigars of the Pharaoh

#5: The Blue Lotus

#6: The Broken Ear

#7: The Black Island

#8: King Ottokar's Sceptre

#9: The Crab with the Golden Claws

#10: The Shooting Star

#11: The Secret of the Unicorn

#12: Red Rackham's Treasure

#13: The Seven Crystal Balls

#14: Prisoners of the Sun

#15: Land of Black Gold

#16: The Calculus Affair

#17: Destination Moon

#18: Explorers on the Moon

#19: The Red Sea Sharks

#20: Tintin in Tibet

#21: The Castafiore Emerald

#22: Flight 714

#23: Tintin and the Picaros

#24: Tintin and Alph-Art

Review by warunamereword posted over a year ago
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Do you have kids? Do they have any Tintin books? If not, they're missing out on something special. Next birthday or Christmas, pick them up a couple of Tintin books and watch them lose themselves in these fantastic adventures. (Some adventures are spread over two books - make sure you get both parts unless you want a quick trip to the bookstore!) If you can't buy the books, check out your local library. Most carry some of the adventures, and I've seen them in school libraries as well. I don't care where they get them - I just don't want to keep meeting people who haven't even heard of them, let alone read them! So, this page is my 'Read Tintin Now' effort, whether you're a big kid or a little one. (Yes, adults can enjoy Tintin too. There's sophisticated humour and plotlines in some of these tales.)

The earliest Tintin books were written in an era when only the incredibly wealthy could afford to travel widely, and long before TVs hit every home. They bring far shores to the reader with a level of detail and authenticity you rarely see these days, and Herge is famous for his meticulous research.